Lower Thornton Farm

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Kenn
Exeter
Devon
England
EX6 7XH

Lower Thornton Farm, Exeter

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Family run mixed farm with panoramic views, close to Exeter, Dartmoor, forest walks, racecourse and beach, with an excellent pub 1 mile away for evening meals. Warm and spacious with guest lounge.

A warm welcome awaits you at our family run Bed and Breakfast accommodation. Nestling under the Haldon Hills near the historic Cathedral City of Exeter, Devon. Lower Thornton is a livestock and arable farm where you can relax, unwind and enjoy the Devon wildlife and rural environment.

Surrounded by outstanding countryside yet only 2 miles from the A38/M5, Lower Thornton Farm B & B makes an ideal base to visit Dartmoor, Torbay, National Trust properties, Devon and Exeter racecourse and the South Devon coast. Warm and spacious with guest lounge with colour TV and wood burning fire. Hearty Aga breakfasts and ground floor bedrooms.

Guests have their own access to rooms with a key and so can come and go as they please.

 4 star rating

From: £45.00

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