Here are links to some other websites you may find useful.
Blue flag beaches at Dawlish, Meadfoot, Oddicombe, Broadsands, Breakwater, Blackpool Sands and Bigbury on Sea
Cockington Court & Country Park
Craft studios, Woodland walks and a cream tea to follow!
Dartmouth Royal Regatta
Detailed information about the weeks events in Dartmouth
The best Devon has to offer - resturants, accommodation, family days out, shopping, home & garden, sports activities and more
Nearest airport half an hour drive from Long Barn Holiday Cottages. Rapidly expanding with new UK/overseas routes.
Fishing, Sailing, Watersports, Beaches
Deep sea fishing from Torquay harbour, Sailing and watersports from Torquay, Paignton, Salcombe, Teignmouth and Shaldon
Where to play golf in Devon. Dainton, Teignmouth, Torquay, Newton Abbot.
Great Western Trains
Stations at Exeter, Torquay, Newton Abbot
Horse Racing at Newton Abbot
National Hunt Racing at its best. Racing also at Exeter Racecourse
Coastal Zoo located in Torquay Harbour, focusing on conservation of costal and marine life. Developed by Paignton Zoo.
My Personal Sanctuary
My Personal Sanctuary is a Relaxation Company that provides Relaxing Therapies to Guests.
National Express Coaches
National Trust Properties
Nearby properties include: Compton Castle, Coleton Fishacre, Castle Drogo and famous beauty spots such as Lydford Gorge, areas of Dartmoor National Park and the River Dart
South West Tourism
The offical site for tourists to southwest. including Exeter, Plymouth, Dartmoor, Dartmouth, Torbay,as well as Exmoor and North Devon
The Bickley Mill
The Bickley Mill is our nearest pub/bar/restaurant. Just half a mile away - 2 minute drive or 10 minutes walk. Child friendly. Delightful decking area for relaxing summer evenings and cosy log fires in the winter Lovely food. Booking advisable for the restaurant especially in the summer months and weekends out of season
The English Riviera
All you need to know about whats on Torquay, Paignton, Brixham, and South Devons events and attractions
to Exeter, Teignmouth and Newton Abbot