Exeter EX2 9UJ
Four star accredited Yeos farmhouse is a 16th Century Devon longhouse nestling in its own 241 acres situated in a beautiful valley surrounded by wonderful scenery. The farmhouse is believed to be early 16th Century with rooms added on during the next 200-300 years. In the roof some of the timbers are large branches still with the bark on. The farmhouse has been extensively modernised to the highest standards with guests own entrance and stairs. br / br / br / br / Previously we were a dairy farm but now have built up an extensive beef suckler herd producing quality cattle for the beef market and are proud to carry the Little Red Tractor logo as well as Farm Assured certificates ensuring our cattle are kept to a high standard . br / br / The farm was once part of the Haldon Estate some 12000 acres belonging to the Palk family. br / br / br / br / We have two guest rooms both en suite. The front room has the views up to the Belvadere Castle a king size bed plus a small single put you up. Digital tv/dvd hospitality tray Ipod/clock radio hair dryer a small shower/wc/sink bathroom. The back bedroom has a kingsize bed which can be split to a twin with the same facilities as the front bedroom. br / br / Breakfast is cooked to order with sausages from home produced pigs eggs from the hens out in front field bacon from the local butchers called Oinkers and locally purchased tomatoes and mushrooms. Also fresh fruit cereals juice toast and preserves laid out. br / br / br / br / This is a great place to explore Devon and Exeter Cathedral City (4 miles). We are ideally located for beautiful Devon beaches and Dartmoor (4 miles) is on our doorstep. Exeter International Airport is about 20 minutes drive away. On site there is a small fishing lake and you are welcome to bring your rod. br / br / br / br / On site we have ample free parking available. We welcome walkers and cyclists and can offer wash down and secure storage for bikes. Whatever your reason to visit we will try to ensure that your stay is relaxing and enjoyable.
Directions to Yeos Farm Exeter
Exeter Airport - Air: Take A30 towards Exeter. Take M5 South to Plymouth. M5 becomes A38. Leave A38 at Kennford services and use the road directions previously on directions from M5. Sat Nav gets you to us - EX2 9UJ br/ br/ M5 Heading South - Road: Stay on M5 heading south to Plymouth. It becomes the A38. Leave the A38 at Kennford &Services.You are now about 2 1/2 miles away. Turn immediately left into Kennford village. Continue through Kennford past bicycle shop past farm shop towards Clapham (1 1/2 miles) In Clapham take 2nd left on a sharp right hand bend signposted Clapham/Dunchideock (picket fence white cottagesroad narrow sign) continue 1/2 mile past Yeos Bungalow the farm is the next turning on your left down a short lane. br/ br/ Exeter Racecourse - Road: Leave racecourse bearing left. Continue for 2 miles through the forest then down a long steep hill into Dunchideock continue to the bottom of the hill over stone bridge and as you start to climb look out for a small turning to your right signposted Clapham. Take this it follows a high cob wall. Continue for 1/2 mile and the farm is on your right down a lane. br/ br/ A30 North - Road: Driving up from Oakhampton leave A30 at the first Exeter/Marsh Barton exit. At roundabout take last exit to Ide. Drive 1/2 mile turn left into Ide up through village and continue into the countryside for 2 miles. When you see Dunchideock - please drive carefully sign on a cob wall turn left immediately in front of this sign. Continue 1/2 mile and Yeos farm is on your right down a short lane.
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