|Sherrill Farm Holiday Cottages comprises of the original farmhouse and 12 cottages converted from 300-year old Devon barns. Located on a 16-acre estate Sherrill Farm has excellent leisure facilities, wildlife walks and fishing lakes. Our three largest cottages also have their own 8-seat outdoor hot tubs.
Clustered around the central courtyard, each cottage has been thoughtfully converted, retaining original features such as inglenooks and oak beams, and then equipped with high standard facilities from en suite bathrooms to free WiFi, thus making your holiday as relaxing and entertaining as possible.
Sherrill Farm is surrounded by the peace and tranquillity of beautiful countryside between Tavistock and the River Tamar on the Cornish border. Whether you want a holiday cottage in which to unwind, or as a base for exploring this part of Devon and Cornwall, Sherrill Farm is the perfect place.
Sherrill Farm boasts many leisure facilities for guests, including exclusive use of the indoor heated swimming pool, sauna, jacuzzi, indoor games barn, outdoor play area, tennis court and fishing lake (with rods for hire) and a wildlife pond. The farm estate is so quiet that birdsong is responsible for most of the noise, while badgers and foxes can be seen playing in the fields on summer evenings.
There is also a picnic area and summerhouse along the banks of the ponds. All in all a beautiful area offering peace, tranquillity and pleasure for adults and children alike.
If you don’t plan to spend your entire holiday at Sherrill Farm, there are plenty of attractions and places to discover within easy reach. The beautiful Tamar Valley dividing Devon and Cornwall, has many picturesque and historical riverside villages such as Morewellham, while to the east is the Dartmoor National Park with miles of wild rugged open moorland to explore. The area is ideal for those who enjoy cycling, horse riding and walking. ‘Must See’ places to visit include Morwellham Quay with its underground railway, The Eden Project, National Trust properties at Cotehele, Buckland Abbey and Lydford George with its White Lady Waterfall. Bring your buckets and spades as it’s also an easy drive to some superb beaches on two coasts – South Devon and North Cornwall. |