Lime Court Barn, Sheepwash (Pet Friendly Barn)

Explore the tranquility of Sheepwash village at Lime Court Barn, a cozy three-bedroom home with a welcoming open-plan living area.

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Lime Court Barn, Sheepwash (Pet Friendly Barn)

  • Three bedroom house located in Sheepwash, Devon
  • Spacious open-plan living space with kitchen, dining and sitting area
  • Electric central heating and woodburning stove, TVs and WiFi included
  • Enclosed gardens and parking, pets welcome
  • Conveniently located near shops, pub, and River Torridge
Key Details
Pet Friendly:✔️ Yes

Discover Lime Court Barn, a beautiful three-bedroom home situated on the outskirts of the charming village of Sheepwash in Devon. This inviting location offers a host of amenities nearby and is surrounded by enclosed gardens.

Follow the front garden into the home’s warm and welcoming open-plan living area. Adorned with comfortable furnishings, there are books and games perfect for entertaining five guests and two four-legged friends, as well as a fully-equipped kitchen for delicious family meals.

Step outside to the rear garden for some fresh air or head indoors to the bathroom for a refreshing splash. Three off-road parking spaces are provided. Choose from three tastefully-appointed TV-equipped bedrooms – a king-size with an ensuite, a double, and a single – to ensure a restful night’s sleep.


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Lime Court Barn, Sheepwash

About the Local Area (Sheepwash)

Sheepwash is a captivating hamlet settled in the heart of Devon’s countryside. Despite its small size, it boasts a rich history, stunning scenery, and a warm community that makes visitors feel right at home.

If you’re looking for a peaceful retreat in a beautiful setting, Sheepwash is the place for you.

What is Sheepwash Famous For?

Sheepwash may be a small village, but it’s certainly not short on character.

Here are some of the things that make this quaint hamlet famous:

  • A historic bridge
    Sheepwash is home to an ancient stone bridge that dates back to the 16th century. It’s one of the few remaining examples of a medieval bridge in the country and is an impressive sight to behold.
  • Quirky street names
    Sheepwash’s streets are named after local tradespeople and residents, giving the village a unique and homely feel. Look out for names such as Blacksmith’s Lane, Orchard Close, and Spinster’s Lane.

Things to Do in Sheepwash

Sheepwash may be a small village, but there’s plenty to see and do.

Here are a few suggestions:

  • Explore the countryside
    Sheepwash is surrounded by rolling hills, fields, and woodlands that are perfect for walking, cycling, and horse riding. Take a stroll along the banks of the River Torridge or hike up to nearby Hatherleigh Moor for breathtaking views.
  • Visit the local pub
    The Half Moon Inn is a traditional country pub that serves up delicious food and drink. Sit outside in the beer garden and soak up the sunshine or cosy up inside by the fire on a chilly day.
  • Attend a village event
    Sheepwash is a tight-knit community that loves to come together to celebrate. Look out for events such as the annual Sheepwash Duck Race or the Sheepwash Summer Fete for a taste of village life.

Things Near Sheepwash

There are plenty of other attractions and activities to enjoy near Sheepwash.

Here are some of our top picks:

  • RHS Garden Rosemoor
    Just a 20-minute drive from Sheepwash, this stunning garden is a must-visit for any green-fingered enthusiasts. With over 65 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds and a range of events and exhibitions, there’s always something to see and do.
  • Dartmoor National Park
    The rugged and wild Dartmoor National Park is a short drive from Sheepwash and is a paradise for hikers, climbers, and outdoor adventurers. Explore the moors, tors, and valleys that inspired the works of famous authors such as Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Agatha Christie.
  • Tarka Trail
    This 180-mile trail follows the route taken by the fictional character Tarka the Otter in the classic novel of the same name. Whether you choose to cycle, walk, or ride, the Tarka Trail offers stunning scenery and plenty of wildlife-spotting opportunities.

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