Romantic Retreat...

Discover the Spring & Autumn Colours of North Devon and the wonderful walks that our beautiful region has to offer...

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Late Availability

2 night breaks in March from £200. Come and enjoy this dramatic coastline and then relax in front of a roaring fire.

Hot tub is on and awaiting to aid your aching bones after a bracing cliff top walk

Please call 01237 441621 or e-mail


Special Easter offers

Roseland barn is available for 1st-8th April and 15th-22nd for £480 (normally £556)

Week St Mary barn and Clovelly barn (both sleep 2 plus cot) - Normally £390 - now £350

Call Chris or Lydia on 01237 441621 to book these special offers

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Owners Chris and Lydia Underwood, Maisy and Rufus, welcome you to come and enjoy the peace and tranquillity of this fabulous part of the Devon/Cornish coastline.


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  Tel: (01237) 441621 or from abroad +44 1237 441621

Tucked away on the coastline in north-west of Devon and close to the borders of Cornwall, Southole Barns is a haven of peace and tranquility. Nestling in a secluded south facing valley in a designated Coastal Preservation Area, an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a Nature Conservancy Zone, the Barns enjoy amazing views amidst the timeless beauty of the North Devon countryside & coastline.

With the South West Coastal Path on your doorstep Southole Barns is an ideal retreat for nature lovers and walkers. To the south the path leads down to unspoilt Welcombe Mouth Beach, to the north the drama of the Hartland Peninsula unfolds before you... Here, high open moorland and ancient woodland give way to breathtaking seascapes, rugged coastline and coastal waterfalls tumbling from hanging valleys onto rocky shores.

The landscape and coastline are simply spectacular and at night, it is truly dark with the stars shining with an unfamiliar brilliance and if you're lucky you'll also see the Milky Way...

A place like no other...

The Barns

Southole Barns were built over 150 years ago by Hartland monks and recently painstakingly & beautifully refurbished to form a courtyard of high quality, tastefully appointed and comfortable self-catering barn conversions. The courtyard is a magnificent cobbled and paved centre piece, filled with flower beds and borders.

The property stands within acres of gardens & meadowland with a beautiful stream-fed pond attracting amazing wildlife. The Communal Garden with alfresco dining area is the ideal place to unwind to the sounds & sights of nature and watch the sun set.

We also have our new Tabernacle, based on a Victorian mobile church, situated in our paddock overlooking the Welcombe valley for some 'posh' camping.

This hideaway stands out as a sanctuary surrounded by unspoilt wilderness.

An oasis of peace and tranquility...