Sherrill Farm Holiday Cottages
Sherrill Farm lies on the edge of Dartmoor and midway between Tavistock and Launceston on the Devon/Cornwall border. It offers the perfect place to relax and unwind in the countryside or to use as a base to go off exploring this beautiful part of the world in all seasons.
All cottages at Sherrill Farm are equipped with facilities including one or more en suite bathrooms, some with underfloor heating, flat screen DTV with Freeview and DVD player, free WiFi, music system, board games, dishwasher, oven, microwave, washing machine, dishwasher, fridge-freezer, picnic table and BBQ. Travel cots, high chairs, stair gates and child Z-beds are available on request. Guests in our three largest cottages, The Farmhouse, Elderberry and Chestnut also have their own outdoor 8-seat hot tubs.
Prices are varied depending on the season and size of the cottage. The Farmhouse sleeping 22 for example costs from £1740 in the winter to £3650 in July and August. Bed linen is included in the price but not towels.
Sherrill Farm boasts many leisure facilities for guests’ exclusive use including an indoor heated swimming pool, sauna, jacuzzi, indoor games barn, outdoor play area, tennis court, two fishing lakes (with rods for hire) and a wildlife pond. The farm estate is so quiet that birdsong is responsible for most of the noise, while badgers and foxes can be discovered playing in the fields on summer evenings. All in all a beautiful area offering peace, tranquillity and pleasure for adults and children alike.
If you don’t plan to spend your entire holiday without leaving Sherrill Farm, there are plenty of attractions and places to discover within easy reach. The beautiful Tamar Valley dividing Devon and Cornwall, has many picturesque and historical riverside villages such as Morewellham, while to the east is the Dartmoor National Park with miles of wild rugged open moorland to explore.
The area is ideal for those who enjoy cycling, horse riding and walking. ‘Must See’ places to visit include Morwellham Quay with its underground railway, The Eden Project, National Trust properties at Cotehele, Buckland Abbey and Lydford George with its White Lady Waterfall. Bring buckets and spades: It’s also an easy drive to superb beaches on two coasts – South Devon and North Cornwall.
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This page was last updated: 19 November 2015