Woodhayes Country House

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Woodhayes Country House, Whimple

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Woodhayes Country House is an 18th Century Georgian Villa nestled in a tranquil rural setting on the outskirts of the village of Whimple in East Devon and within easy reach of the bustling Cathedral City of Exeter and the spectacular World Heritage Jurassic Coastline. Guest accommodation comprising a luxury boutique B&B in the main house with very spacious rooms stylish interiors and elegant period features as well as two private luxury self catering holiday cottages all of which are set within five acres of formal gardens and paddocks. Whether you re on business and in need of a quiet pit-stop or looking to get away from it all for a few days leisure at Woodhayes you will enjoy exceptional comfort warm and friendly hospitality and plenty of space to unwind and relax.

Simply the greatest luxury bed and breakfast in Devon.

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