The Wheel House

Sleeps 8 people plus a cot with ample seating round a large kitchen table for up to 14. Perfect for a family get-together if using the two cottages. <more>

The Leat House

Sleep 4 +1 people plus a cot comfortably with two en-suite bedrooms. <more>

The Apple Loft

A loving conversion from the Apple Loft and Cellar to a contemporary home sleeping 4 with a cot. <more>

Farwood Barton Holiday Cottages Facilities

The lake on the farmThe spacious cottages, set in a Victorian Court Yard, are just 4 miles from the coast, with panoramic views and snug underfloor heating. Luxury Percale Ivory bed linen is provided, together with luxury Turkish soft, fluffy white sheet, bath and hand towels.

They cottages are superbly situated for fantastic walks in the Coly Valley - and there is a walking guide book of short walks in each cottage.Tennis Court

Free wifi is available.

Fishing is available on the small farm lake which is bubbling with carp.

There is a tennis court on site for all the budding stars of Wimbledon.

For those youngsters (of all ages!) with too much energy at the end of the day, or if the weather is wet, we have the Games Barn.Game Barn Outside


Inside there is a huge range of games and entertainments, including table football, table tennis, snooker / billiards, darts and even a skittle alley!


Explore East Devon

Farwood Barton Holiday cottages are ideally placed between coast and countryside, three miles from the picturesque town of Colyton with itsGames Barn quiet winding streets and tramway running to the coast at Seaton through the bird-rich Axe Marshes.

A 10 minute journey into the Blackdown Hills takes you to Honiton, famous for its lace-making, where there is a friendly market on Tuesdays and Saturdays.

To the south lies the fossil-rich Jurassic coast, a World Heritage Site. Branscombe has steep-sided valleys and a long beach, while Beer offers a sheltered harbour, fishing trips which canmore games be arranged from the beach and the Beer Quarry caves with an area of 50 football pitches!

Drifting west, there is the regency town of Sidmouth with its imposing sea front, high red cliffs, safe beaches and the pretty Connaught Gardens. Then Budleigh Salterton and Exmouth with the longest sandiest beach on this part of the Jurassic coast line.

To the East lies Lyme Regis with the famous Cobb Harbour and then Skittle AlleyCharmouth, famous for its fossil beach.

Further afield but still within reach are the cathedral city of Exeter with its underground passages, the county towns of Taunton and Dorchester with Maiden Castle close by.

Then of course there is Colyton and Seaton and trams and beaches and so much more to explore!Colyton Tramway


For exploring by click, try some of these:

The Jurassic Coast


Beer Quarry Caves


Haldon Forest cycling

Bicton Park

Escot Park

SeatonSeaton Tram