Beera FarmhouseBrochure Page. 28
With views of the Tamar Valley and rolling Devon countryside, this imposing Victorian farmhouse luxury B&B, in the parish of Milton Abbot, near Tavistock was built in 1856 by the Duke of Bedford and is situated on the border of Devon and Cornwall in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
With gardens (complete with ‘ha ha’) surrounded by their own farmland and grazing livestock, there are orchards, picnic tables, swing and slide for Wolsey Lodge B&B guests’ children to enjoy. This is a farmhouse family B&B par excellence – a real Devon delight Wolsey Lodge according to guests.
Inside, many original features remain, and this comfortable family home has a guest sitting room, with television and DVD player, wood burning stove, piano, local information, maps and reading material. On arrival, experience a traditional cream tea here, or in the garden.
Legendary farmhouse B&B breakfasts with homemade preserves, and dinners (by prior arrangement) will feature home reared meats and locally grown produce.
Light and airy B&B guest bedrooms (one with four poster) all en suite, have great showers and contemporary furnishings, offering everything guests might want (including homemade biscuits and local fudge on the hospitality tray!).
Your B&B Hosts
Robert grew up on this farm and Hilary, too, is from a local farming family. A professionally trained chef, she produces excellent breakfasts and evening meals for her Wolsey Lodge B&B guests and, with sufficient notice, even packed lunches. The Tuckers have three young sons who enjoy meeting guests. Families staying on the farm love to watch the lambs and the farm in action. Very involved in their community, Robert and Hilary are fonts of local knowledge and always happy to book local restaurants and hostelries for Wolsey Lodge guests.
Located in the parish of Milton Abbot, near Tavistock and situated on the border of Devon and Cornwall in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Everything for a family day out including numerous National Trust properties, beaches, moors, coastal walks, gardens, cycle routes, museums and glorious tea rooms and pubs await.
Attractions Near Beera Farmhouse
Cotehele, Llanhydrock, Morwellham Quay, The Eden Project, Buckland Abbey, Lydford Gorge, Tamar Trails (Off road, high wires, woodland walks, archery), Route 27 of National Cycle Network, Dartmoor National Park, Dingles Steam Village, and Trethorne Golf Club and Leisure Farm.
Launceston Show - July
Liskeard Show - July
Tavistock Goose Fair- October.