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Just back from a second stay in one of the self-catering cottages in West Hollowcombe farm and can't recommend the cottages and the area too highly! The cottages are provided with every comfort - the welcoming cream tea with home-made scones is a particular delight!...More
We spent a week in Kiri cottage with 2 excitable puppies and 4 even more excitable children - the cottage was cosy and very well presented, and never felt cramped. The grounds and play area were great for the kids to blow off steam, and...More
My husband, daughter, 2 grandchildren and I stayed at West Hollocombe Farm last August (2017) and had a warm and friendly welcome from Peter & Irene. The cottage was equipped with just about everything you could ever want for self catering, the beds were comfortable...More
Two couples and one dog spent a long weekend in Norton.As normal the cottage was spotless and we had a very warm welcome from Peter and Irene.The weather was rather foggy but not too cold,so we managed some good walks.
We had an amazing family weekend,we booked all the cottages which were outstanding and Peter and Irene's hospitality was 2nd to none,I can't rate the whole experience high enough.Thank you and we will be back
Response from Tonystanleyjones | Reviewed this property |
I am not sure if I have answered this twice or not. Anyway, we stay here once or twice a year and love the place so you need to direct your enquiry to the owners. Peter and Irene are not only very approachable but they go... More
I am not sure if I have answered this twice or not. Anyway, we stay here once or twice a year and love the place so you need to direct your enquiry to the owners. Peter and Irene are not only very approachable but they go out of their way to make a stay enjoyable. I do know Christmas is very popular but it would be a wonderful place to stay and we have often thought about it. Why don't you ring the, direct? Good luck!