A luxurious barn conversion set in beautiful countryside

Stone Barn is a luxurious barn conversion that retains all the character and integrity of the original farm building, with its ragslate roof, slate floors, original timbers and exposed stonework. Standing in its own large garden, Stone Barn is located at the heart of Beer Mill Conservation Project.

Escape busy everyday life, explore the countryside

Hidden in the north west corner of Devon, close to the Cornwall border and fabulous beaches, our traditional Victorian farm buildings have been converted into one large luxury eco cottage and wildlife/games room – escape busy everyday life, explore the countryside and get closer to wildlife at the heart of the Beer Mill Conservation Project. Ideal for family holidays, celebrations and great escapes all year round.

Sleeps 10 +2

Across five bedrooms

Groups & Families

Suitable for groups / families

Eco Friendly

Located on a Conservation Project

Country & Coast

A short drive to Devon & Cornwall’s north coasts

A living area that's cosy yet spacious

The open plan kitchen and dining area of Stone Barn feels spacious and yet retains the barn’s traditional charm with its reclaimed oak table and beech chairs. The lounge is arranged around a large double sided stone fireplace with a two sided log burner, ideal for getting cosy on those long evenings. Underfloor heating throughout the ground and lower floor add to that cosy feeling.

Get a good night's sleep in absolute luxury

Stone Barn has five bedrooms in total, each designed for a great night’s sleep; the two upstairs king size bedrooms each have an en-suite shower room, while on the lower ground floor corridor you’ll find one king size bedroom with a double sofa bed for two more guests, plus two twin rooms each with two full size single beds. 

An area renowned for its wildlife and beauty

Beer Mill Farm is a private wildlife conservation project run by Elaine and Dick Green. Beginning in 2000 when they planted over 10 acres of native broadleaf trees, the site includes 130 of land for conservation and nature trails. The farm is close to the Devon/Cornwall border and is well placed for exploring the north coast, going for walks near the farm and seeing the best of the South West’s natural beauty and wildlife.

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