About the home
Haywain Barn has been sympathetically converted with large south facing windows in the upstairs lounge and downstairs dining room, the property has exposed stone work, timbers, beams and vaulted ceilings.
The accommodation is arranged over two floors, the ground floor being: the Round House kitchen with large farmhouse table, gas and electric hobs, electric oven, microwave, American style fridge freezer and dishwasher, patio doors leading to patio with furniture, leading from the kitchen are the walk in pantry and utility room with washing machine and tumble dryer with stable door leading to covered patio and six seat hot tub.
From the Kitchen there are double doors that lead to the dining room with flexible dining arrangements, log burning stove, entrance vestibule with reclaimed church doors - leading to front courtyard, there is a wide feature staircase leading to upstairs galleried lounge and two steps leading to the downstairs lounge with cream leather furniture, Colour TV and burning stove, leading from the lounge is the downstairs bedroom with super king size zip-n-link bed that can be split into two 3ft singles and a sofa bed.
Upstairs the accommodation is: a central galleried south facing lounge with floor to ceiling windows, colour TV, and log burning stove. The two main wings and the roundhouse master suite lead from the lounge, each wing comprises of double doors leading to an enclosed hall leading to two bedrooms and a bathroom at the west and east elevations of the property.
The East wing has one bedroom with a craftmatic double bed and a single bed, the other bedroom has a super king size zip-n-link bed which can be split into two 3ft singles and a further single bed. the bathroom has a shower cubicle, bath, basin with mirror over, low level WC and bidet.
The West wing has one bedroom with super king size zip-n-link bed which can be split into two 3ft singles, the other bedroom has a super king size zip-n-link bed which can be split into two 3ft singles and a further single bed along with an infrared sauna. the bathroom has a shower cubicle, bath, basin with mirror over, low level wc and bidet.
The round house has views over the back garden and has two super king size zip-n-link beds which can be split into 3ft single beds, a walk in dressing area and en-suite comprising of shower cubicle, bath, basin with mirror over, low level WC and bidet.
Haywain Barn is part of the Barton Court Complex of five - 5* properties along with the on-site SPA complex Comprising or: Indoor swimming pool, hydrotherapy pool, changing rooms, sauna, relaxation room, Gym and two treatment rooms.
Barton Court offers a wide range of complementary and holistic beauty treatments.
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|Size:||Sleeps up to 18, 6 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach:||Westward Ho!, 10km|
|Will consider:||Corporate lets|
Hen and stag parties
Nearest amenities: 10km
|Family friendly?||Suitable for children of all ages|
Suitable for people with restricted mobility
No smoking at this property
|Luxuries:||Jacuzzi / Hot tub, Gym, Sauna, Log fire, Internet access, DVD player|
|Pool:||Shared indoor Pool|
|General:||Central heating, TV, CD player, Wi-fi available|
|Standard:||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities:||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms:||6 Bedrooms, 3 bathrooms of which 2 family bathrooms and 1 en suite|
|Furniture:||Sofabeds (1), Single beds (8), Double beds (5), Cots (1), Dining seating for 18, Lounge seating for 18|
|Other:||Linen and towels provided|
|Outdoors:||Private garden, BBQ|
Further details indoors:
Haywain Barn is a very large property that comfortable sleeps eighteen people, with an elevated position being some five hundred feet above sea level there are stunning views over the Devon countryside.
There are many many unique touches, like part plastered walls showing exposed stonework below, hand painted tiles in the bathrooms, hand painted motifes on some of the floor ltiles of mice, gecco and starfish and Reclaimed wooden beams above the fireplaces along with church doors leading into the vestibule and dining room. Haywain Barn has a homely feel about it making it a perfect place to relax and chill out.
Further details outdoors:
Haywain Barn part of Barton Court, is on the outskirts of Buckland Brewer and has stunning views over the Devon countryside towards Dartmoor. Just six miles from the ancient port town of Bideford, sandy beaches of Westward Ho! and Instow, we are ideally located for many of the South West’s attractions.
Relax, unwind, de-stress at Haywain Barn - Barton Court, Devon.
Barton Court is a sympathetically renovated development of 13th century farm buildings. Much of the original timber and stonework have been retained giving a very authentic feel to the cottages and barns. The estate stands in some six acres of peaceful landscaped gardens with an orchard, a woodland area with a spring-fed stream.
Haywain Barn normally has a Friday change over day, however out of main holiday season we are very flexible.
We offer three and four night breaks as well as week bookings.
The West Country / Devon region
North Devon is well know for its lush green unspoilt countryside and for the long sandy beeches at Westward Ho! and Saunton Sands and Woolacombe, there is also Croyde bay which is renown for surfing.
Hawyain Barn is approximately six miles from the port town of Bideford and Great Torrington and about eleven miles from the market town of Barnstaple.
The Bideford / Buckland Brewer area
Bideford is a working port with substantial throughput of aggregates, raw materials and clay extracts. Bideford has a thriving fishing industry as well as a regular ferry service to Lundy Island along with pleasure cruises throughout the season.
It is believed that Sir Walter Raleigh brought his first cargo of tobacco to Bideford and the town soon became one of the largest tobacco trading centres of that period.
Bideford Long Bridge
One of Bideford's most notable features is the Long Bridge with its 24 Arches, all of the arches have different spans, this depended upon the profitability of the local traders who contributed to the construction of the bridge. First constructed in 1280 out of wood as a pack horse bridge; the long bridge was reconstructed in its current stone form in the 16th Century. To ease the burden on the Long Bridge the Torridge Bridge was constructed in 1987, carrying traffic on the A39 you get a spectacular view of Bideford from the bridge.
Burton Art Gallery
The Burton Art Gallery in Victoria Park, Bideford, houses a permanent collection of Paintings, Porcelain and Pewter bequeathed to the town by the artist Hubert Coop. there is a Museum above the art gallery which features a section of the ancient oak from the original Long Bridge.
So named to commemorate the reign of Queen Victoria was opened in 1912. On the entrance gates there is the old Bideford Seal some 400 years old. Nine cannon, believed to be captured from the Spaniards in the Armada, surround the bandstand. The park has an open-air pool for young children and a multipurpose skateboard Park along with other recreational facilities.
The Village of Buckland Brewer is surrounded by a diverse landscape of rolling-meadows, woodland, moor and forestry plantations. The Tower of the church of St. Mary is 75feet high and houses six bells which are rung regularly. The tower can be seen and heard for miles around.
Buckland Brewer is truly a farming community with many isolated farms spread out around the village. Today you can experience life in a traditional country setting and be within easy reach of the main port of Bideford and the pretty coastal villages of Appledore, Buck Mills, Clovelly, Hartland and Instow.
How to get there
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From the M5 leave at junction 27 A361 North Devon Link Road, sign-posted Tiverton and Barnstaple.
Continue along the A361 (please note that the A361 has speed cameras to enforce the 60MPH speed limit)
to the outskirts of Barnstaple.
Take the A39 sign-posted Bideford.
As you approach Bideford, there are two exits that you can take:
Sign-posted Torridge, Okehampton, Instow and East-The-Water. This route bi-passes the main town centre
and is ideal during periods of heavy traffic.
Pass down to the roundabout and follow the signs to East-The-Water
At East-The-Water follow round to the right and pass over the Long Bridge to the town centre
At the mini roundabout turn left onto the A386 [Go to *]
Continue along the A39 and pass over the Torridge river bridge
At the roundabout take the A386 to Bideford, this road takes you down into the town centre passing the
football ground and a supermarket.
Continue past Victoria Park and Bideford Quay to the town centre
At the mini roundabout by the Long bridge pass straight over on the A386 [Go to *]
From the mini roundabout at the Long Bridge continue along the A386
Then take the left hand turn A388 sign-posted Great Torrington, the A388 follows the River Torridge upstream
At Landcross turn right sign-posted Bradworthy and Buckland Brewer (and the Gnome Reserve)
Follow the signs to Buckland Brewer
When you see the phone box on the right hand side of the road, there is a sharp bend to the left
Take the next left turn sign-posted Buckland Brewer
Follow this road into the Village
Once in the village pass the Parish Church on the left-hand side and turn right into Barton Road
The drive into Barton Court is a short distance along Barton Road.
Activities near Bideford
Tennis in town
Golf within 30 mins drive
Rural / countryside retreats
Beach or lakeside relaxation
|Rental prices originally quoted in: British £||Convert to:|
|Prices for group size 18|
|Period||From||To||Weekly||Nightly rate|| Minimum |
|1 Mar 13||22 Mar 13||£ 1450||-||-||2 Nights|
|12 Apr 13||19 Apr 13||£ 1550||-||-||2 Nights|
|19 Apr 13||23 May 13||£ 1680||-||-||2 Nights|
|31 May 13||21 Jun 13||£ 2200||-||-||2 Nights|
|21 Jun 13||28 Jun 13||£ 2500||-||-||2 Nights|
|28 Jun 13||5 Jul 13||£ 2800||-||-||2 Nights|
|5 Jul 13||19 Jul 13||£ 2900||-||-||2 Nights|
|19 Jul 13||26 Jul 13||£ 3000||-||-||2 Nights|
|26 Jul 13||22 Aug 13||£ 3150||-||-||2 Nights|
|30 Aug 13||13 Sep 13||£ 1700||-||-||2 Nights|
|13 Sep 13||27 Sep 13||£ 1600||-||-||2 Nights|
|27 Sep 13||10 Oct 13||£ 1450||-||-||2 Nights|
|18 Oct 13||24 Oct 13||£ 2400||-||-||2 Nights|
|1 Nov 13||20 Dec 13||£ 1450||-||-||2 Nights|
|20 Dec 13||5 Jan 14||£ 3500||-||-||2 Nights|
The property's weekend rates apply to: Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights
NB: Prices may be subject to change at the advertiser's discretion.
Due to the increasing costs of heating oil a Fuel Surcharge is applied from 1st October to 31st March
Weekend £ 20.00
Mid Week £28.00
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