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Cairns, Australia
Reviewed 1 June 2016

We had a fabulous few days staying at this very peaceful and homely bed and breakfast. We loved the Devon countryside with its beautiful little villages and being so close to many attractions. Great hosts in a wonderful setting.

Thank MurrayandDenise
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 9 October 2014

Stayed here for a week self catering and had a fabulous time. I loved walking through the woods and fields and waking up to the spectacular view. It was so peaceful and quiet (just what you need when you live in a city). i stayed for a week and wish I'd stayed longer. I really didn't want to leave. I...

Thank eleanorlavish
Reviewed 3 October 2013

We booked this property through Unique Homestays for the solar 'heated' pool. The pool was colder than the Atlantic Ocean during our stay through the hottest heat wave in 30 years! Unique Homestays were unapologetic and defensive in their response. Unacceptable at £2500 for a week's stay. The property itself is lovely if marketed realistically so you know what to...

4Thank JaneyLove
Stratford-upon-Avon, United Kingdom
Reviewed 19 April 2013

A great place to escape to and unwind. Catsheys is down a picturesque Devon lane, as i approached the B&B a beautiful Deer stood at entrance to Catsheys. Rosie and David are the perfect hosts, i was made very welcome, the rooms have a contemporary feel and are spotless. Breakfast was a real treat, organic homemade granola, home made conserves...

Thank Richard B
Home counties
Reviewed 23 January 2012

Having been a B&B guest at Catsheys several times over past years, we couldn't resist the temptation of having the place all to ourselves in the autumn! Although I admit having to cook our own breakfast was a bit of bore, we had a fabulous stay relaxing in the lovely warm embrace of the place. What we had enjoyed in...

Thank troubador7
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 8 September 2011

Catsheys is normally a B&B which has been let out for this summer as an entire "luxury" house through Unique Home Stays- we paid £2800 for last week in August with elderly parent and our 3 boys. Not warned about it's remoteness and the main line phone unplugged by owner and taken away - we had 4 mobiles between us...

3Thank Katkitbit
Cape Town Central, South Africa
Reviewed 30 September 2010

This is our second stay at Catsheys and we'll keep coming back! Rosie and David have created a very comfortable, homely atmosphere at the end of a very narrow Devonshire lane where it is very peaceful. Breakfasts are great with most ingredients coming from their much nurtured organice veggie garden. Fresh eggs every day adds to the 'farmy' feel. Beds...

Thank Eensgevonden
Reviewed 6 July 2010

Stayed two nights as a birthday treat for my partner. The house is at the end of little road in the middle of the propper north devon countryside. Living in london but from the country originally this was exactly what I was looking for. Propper peace and quiet and some downtime in beautiful surroundings Rosie our host has a beautiful...

Thank CountryBoyJim
maradadirose, Owner at Catsheys, responded to this review

What a lovely generous review of Catsheys - thankyou! I'd just like to point out to anyone reading that the pool is SOLAR heated and therefore susceptible to weather changes. But it does raise the water temperature enough to make it a comfortable swim most of the time!

Reviewed 25 May 2010

My husband and I wanted a plush B&B experience and we got it in droves. The location is remote but perfect by virtue of being well away from noise and other distractions. With plenty of nearby pubs and restaurants in the nearby villages and the coast not far away too, you are prefectly located to enjoy all apsects of Devon....

Thank VideoMedia
Reviewed 18 May 2010

This was my second stay with David and Rosie Ames and my wife's first. As expected, this vist exceeded our expectations of warmth and friendship with sumptuous breakfasts, forest walks, feeding the animals, learning about the nature - in a totally relaxed atmosphere. We look forward to visiting again to chill and be ONE with this beautiful area of the...

Thank adamur

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“One exclusive very comfortable room with en ensuite”
  • View from lane to Catsheys across to the village of Romansleigh
MurrayandDenise, 1 Jun 2016 | Read review
“We seem unusual in preferring the downstairs room - seems somehow "snugger"”
troubador7, 23 Jan 2012 | Read review
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