Reviews

We had such a perfect stay. Caroline is the perfect host. Attentive, kind relaxed and intuitively understands what you want in a top notch B&B. The house is understated gorgeous - stylish, gardens you can get lost in (we loved the hammock and views). The breakfast menu would stand up to some of London’s hipster restaurant brunches. Delicious variety. The room was stylish, bright, spotless and super comfy beds. Great tip to find the Beach House at South Milton. I was travelling with my son and Caroline made us feel so welcome. I can’t recommend highly enough. It reminded me of stays in the Inns of Cape Cod and Martha’s Vineyard. We had stunning weather but it would be just as wonderful in autumn or winter. We will definitely be returning.

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We have just returned from a weekend stay at this beautiful farmhouse. Caroline went out of her way to ensure everything was just perfect for us. As soon as we arrived we were greeted with the cutest doggies, Willow and Daisy, and the prettiest of gardens. From the warm welcome to the little touches of afternoon tea and Salcombe Gin, it really made our stay memorable. The beds and linen are of the highest quality and we could have slept all day. The farmhouse is full of pretty charming touches from the napkins to the fabulous China tea sets... one thing I'm adding onto my Christmas list this year. We look forward to returning to Salcombe and would recommend Beadon Farmhouse to everyone... you won't be disappointed! Oh and the breakfast is to die for! Thank you Caroline.

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Caroline is an amazing host, cooks a fantastic breakfast and the Salcombe Gin and tonic at 6pm is a lovely treat. Extremely comfortable bed. Room and house decorated to an extremely high standard and set in wonderful countryside. Very relaxing stay. Thank you.

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Caroline is a fabulous host and we really enjoyed our stay which included afternoon tea, G&Ts and a wonderful breakfast! Caroline's house is also in a great location - it's a quick walk from the beach and the centre of Salcombe. Our stay was extremely comfortable and everything was made very easy. Loved it.

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Caroline's B&B is an excellent place to stay. The farmhouse itself is beautiful, the rooms are spacious and stylish. The location was wonderful, ten minutes walk to Salcombe or to North Sands. Caroline's cooking and menu is of the highest quality. Caroline (the host) was outstanding - friendly, kind and always helpful with local knowledge and tips - you couldn't ask for more. I would highly recommend this place to anyone who wants to visit the area and we will definitely be back soon. I would say this is one of the best Airbnbs we have ever stayed at.

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Caroline's place was absolutely perfect in every way for us. Lovely room with beautiful gardens and views in a great position for exploring Salcombe and the surrounding area. Really easy to connect with the SW coastal path via the rear entrance to the garden which takes you straight down to the North Sands. Caroline was unbelievably warm and very kind to us during our stay for which we are very grateful. Breakfast was delicious and the evening Salcombe G&T was most appreciated. A perfect place with the perfect host.

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WE ARE FULLY BOOKED FOR 2020 AND WILL OPEN FOR ENQUIRIES FOR NEXT YEAR IN JANUARY 2021  

Travel

 

By Car

London to Salcombe takes approximately 4.5 hours.

After passing the Salcombe town signs, turn first right into Beadon Road.  Take what appears to be the second right, but is actually still Beadon Road.  The drive for Beadon Farmhouse is on the right before the tarmac road turns into a track.

 

By Train

It takes just over 3 hours to travel from London Paddington or London Waterloo to Totnes. Taxi from to Totnes to Salcombe takes 40 minutes and costs around £40.

 

By Air

Exeter is the closest airport.

 

Taxi

There are plenty of taxi companies in the area.  Would advise to book once you know your travel arrangements particularly during the summer months. 

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