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Erth Barton
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Reviewed 21 April 2010

We arrived at this wonderful old house down winding lanes with beautiful views of the Tamar. Nick and Jenny and the dogs greeted us with tea in the garden in the sunshine. We found Nick collecting eggs from the hens who peck about the grounds overseen by their lorder and master, a beautfiul white cockerel.
As it was Sunday, Jenny wasn't cooking but Nick gave us information about local pubs, one of which we went to where we had a great meal. We arrived back just in time to see the badgers on the lawn who come each night to eat peanuts.
Our room was delightful with a view across field to the Tamar. We slept blissfully in a really comfortable bed after a bath in the spacious bathroom with choice of toiletries.
Nick is very well informed about the many National Trust and other places of interest in the area and we set off to visit one , reluctant to leave,after a great breakfast. We shall definitely return.

  • Stayed: April 2010, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank jandg20
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Reviewed 21 February 2010

What a delightful treat! We found Erth Barton after a few wrong turns but, boy, was it worth the wait? The house is set in glorously peaceful surroundings. Nick and Jenny are superbly welcoming, and it was great that Mollie, our dog, was given the same treatment. The house is grand, but not ostentatious or pretentious. To get to our room, we walked through the lounge, past the huge fireplace and the roaring log burner. Nick and Jenny were attentive hosts - their recommendations for local places to eat and dog walks were spot on. Our breakfasts and evening meal were delicious - loved the homemade jam. We will definitely return.

  • Stayed: February 2010, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 4 June 2009

Erth Barton is a hidden gem in every way. Located west of Saltash amidst the beautiful scenery of the Tamar Estuary, this gorgeous manor house is reached via a succession of ever-narrowing lanes running south from the A38. Apart from a stunning setting, what you find when you get there is a fabulous hospitality in surroundings which date from c.1400 (complete with an adjacent chapel that’s a listed building). This is the stuff of expensive country hotels, yet Jenny and Nick Foster have decided instead to opt for an air of complete informality, throwing their magnificent house and its gardens open to their guests and charging only B&B prices. We had booked for one night only, our time being limited, and came away really regretting our stay was so short. We’d have loved to stay on for days more, exploring the many estuary walks, relaxing in the garden, chatting to Nick and Jenny, watching them feed the badgers that arrive on their lawn at twilight, and sampling Jenny’s excellent cooking (dinners – and even lunches, I believe – are available on request, with wine thrown in). Our room was very spacious and beautifully furnished, with a super-comfortable bed. Downstairs is a huge lounge, with a splendid stone-framed, leaded window looking out onto the front lawn.
For anyone who enjoys peace and quiet, beautiful English (sorry, Cornish!) countryside, a real sense of history and intelligent conversation I can’t recommend Erth Barton highly enough. It feels just like staying at a country manor with friends.

  • Stayed: May 2009, travelled as a couple
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