Manor Farm Cottage

16th century oak-beamed cottage with a large and secluded garden

Manor Farm
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Manor Farm Cottage

  • Grade II listed holiday home in Putsborough
  • Well-equipped kitchen and charming lounge and dining area
  • Peaceful garden with gas BBQ, seating, and children’s play area
  • Additional amenities include a spa bath, free Wi-Fi, and parking for two cars.
Key Detail
SleepsNot specified, but accommodates two bedrooms with a super king-size bed and a single bed each.
BedroomsTwo cozy bedrooms overlooking the gardens.
Pet FriendlyYes, the cottage is dog-friendly.

Manor Farm Cottage is a Grade II listed holiday home in Putsborough. With modern amenities and a blend of country style, it offers a charming lounge and dining area, a well-equipped kitchen, and two cozy bedrooms.

Enjoy a peaceful garden with a gas BBQ, seating, and a children’s play area next to the private tennis court. Additional amenities include a spa bath, free Wi-Fi, and parking for two cars.

Bed and kitchen linen and towels are provided, and short breaks are available off-peak season. Ideal for families or couples exploring Putsborough.


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Putsborough Sands Caravan Park Reviews

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Address: Vention Ln, Croyde, Braunton EX33 1LB, UK

LM Allen avatarLM Allen
a year ago
Just had a fabulous week at Putsborough Sands caravan park. Can’t fault this location at all, so handy to be able to pop down to the beach whenever you want and not have to take the car. Yes the showers are on the farm campsite but it’s just a 10 minute walk away. Site is small and quiet, perfect for relaxing. Only recommendation would be a card/sticker that you could put in the car so you didn’t have to tell the gatehouse each time you drive in that you are staying in the campsite.
Leanne avatarLeanne
3 months ago
Great little caravan site! Quiet with stunning views. Ball games, bikes, scooters etc. Are not allowed, as this keeps things calm and quiet, but as the beach is right next to you this isn't a problem. Coastle path for a lovely walk to baggy point/croyde. Dogs are also allowed. We have two children and they just spend the whole time playing with the other kids on the site, they love it. As it's so small and safe you're not worried, and most people are happy to keep an eye on each other's children. There is a toilet block on site and showers and laundry facilities up at the farm. So nice to be able to sit up away from the masses when it's busy, but still have the view. And just pop down to the beach as and when without having to take your kitchen sink with you.
Jim Wright avatarJim Wright
a month ago
Disappointed with this place as we (2 adults)arrived after teatime the guy at the gate wanted £50.00 to stay in the site and refused us access to the public car park which was blocked by traffic cones. The guy seemed to be an OK fellow but stood between our van and the public carpark as if I was going to try and force my way in. Lovely area to be fair and we stayed at the other end of the beach without any issue..
Graham Thomlinson avatarGraham Thomlinson
10 months ago
A wonderful caravan site. We have stayed twice and will do so again. Rob really looks after you, he even pitched our van for us. The views are second to none of the best beach in England.
Ian Wood avatarIan Wood
2 years ago
One of, if not The most expensive places to park at the beach in north Devon. However its also arguably the prettiest beach in north Devon too. Steps or a slope down to the golden sands. A well known spot for surfing and often more sheltered with waves that are less hard breaking than nearby Croyde, and which break closer to the shore than Saunton. A massive beach as the tide drops out, means there is always space to be found. The beach cafe perched halfway down the cliff can become overwhelmed on busy days, but that's not surprising. There is now a resident surf school on site.
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