- £1,397 per week
- £200 per night
- 8 Guests
- 4 Bedrooms
- 3 Bathrooms
- No Pets
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 3 king/super-king beds
- 2 single beds
- Washing machine
- Tumble dryer
- 3 WCs
- Towels provided
- En-suite bathroom
- Open fire or woodburner
- Hot tub
- Welcome pack
- Sea or coastal views
- Travel cot
- Garden or courtyard
- Enclosed garden or courtyard
- Private parking
- Pony trekking/horse riding
- Walk-in shower
Important - Please Note
- Please note, family only bookings at this property.
- Check in: 4:00pm
- Check out: 9:00am
To give our cleaners enough time to complete the additional cleaning and sanitising that is currently needed to keep our guests safe, check-in and check-out times at the majority of our properties have been temporarily revised. The revised times for this property are reflected above.
Bliss. It could be a lot closer to home than you ever thought possible. In a hot tub, for example. With a glass of bubbly in hand. And sweeping views over National Trust hills and cliffs, towards the azure sea.
Space designed for living
Floor-to-ceiling windows frame the classic colours of the lounge. Its rich burgundy tones and the roaring log burner make this a cosy place to enjoy dramatic weather from pink-hued summer sunsets to windy winter mornings. Step into the kitchen, meanwhile, and be greeted by a space designed from the ground up for entertaining – so pop on some records and have a little fun. Polished obsidian-black worktops and the ample dining space are flooded with light by the patio doors, which marry the indoors with your striking raised decking area.
Next, wander through the spacious hallway to the sleeping accommodation. Here you’ll discover sumptuous rooms decorated with the discipline of bright, white sheets, pared-back pops of colour for maximum impact and sea views on the north aspect.
Not to mention the outdoor space would be to do this fabulous holiday home a disservice. On endless summer days, recline on sun loungers on the decked terrace as the cool breeze blows in from the Atlantic. Glass partitions allow for uninterrupted views, while the pretty bistro furniture is perfect for breakfasts of coffee and croissants or evening drinks. On the lower level, the lawn is private, secure and lined with established hedges and palm fronds.
Step outside and Ilfracombe's High Street is just half a mile’s saunter down the hill. The fabulous architecture of this Victorian resort town is today populated by independent businesses including sustainable retailers, fabulous food producers and bijou cafés. Wander over to the harbour, where brightly-coloured boats bob in the impossibly-blue waters. Indulge yourself in beach days that rejuvenate the senses, or explore the fascinating silhouettes of Ilfracombe’s famous Tunnel Beaches.
Bedrooms and bathrooms
The Farthings is fully-equipped for larger groups, with four bedrooms and three bathrooms. There are two spacious master bedrooms with sumptuous super-king beds and en suites (both with showers, one with a bath), a third bedroom with king-size bed and a twin room with one fixed single bed and one trundle bed. The family bathroom is kitted-out with a bath and walk-in shower. There are heated towel rails and clever features like smart TVs and Bluetooth mirrors throughout.
Special note: Please note, family only bookings at this property.
Thank you Steph and Mick for a fantastic stay at the Farthings. It was lovely and clean when we arrived, and the house was very well equipped despite covid restrictions. The fresh flowers, coffee, tea and cake were a lovely touch. We had the use of the Farthings Nest too, but didn’t use the kitchen or living room down there at all because the upstairs was so spacious. The beds were very comfortable and we loved the enormous TV on rainy afternoons - the children thought it was like going to the cinema! The children also loved rolling and running down the hill in the garden, and the adults were spoilt for choice with different places to sit outside. The thing I hadn’t appreciated from the photos was how fantastic the views are from almost all of the house. The owners have really made the most of this with huge floor to ceiling windows in the master bedroom and the living room. It meant that even on wet, windy days, we didn’t feel cooped up and could enjoy the view of the sea. Thank you again, and I’m sure we’ll be back!
We loved our stay at The Farthings. The size and quality of the property far exceeded our expectations and we wouldn’t hesitate to recommend it to others. It’s worth noting that Ilfracombe is very hilly so whilst it isn’t far from the beach, the walk back is very steep! ( taxi’s are very reasonable tho) It’s the perfect property for a family holiday and the views from the hot tub are amazing! The hosts were in contact with us in case we had any problems (we didn’t!) and left us a little hamper and some milk which were well received when we arrived after a long drive. We will definitely be back. Thank you The Farthings!
As we visited during the pandemic we did not venture out as much as we would normally. We had an online food delivery which was prompt. The beach/coast was not in walking distance but there were plenty of coastal places to visit and the beaches were not crowded. The property was very well maintained with plenty of living space and very well equipped.
The house is perfect and the photos really don’t do it justice. Has everything you need, lots of space, fabulous views and the hot tub was loved by all!
Lovely house with everything we needed.
I would like to say that this is a superb property, the layout of the building is excellent and attention to detail inside and out is impeccable, I doff my hat to the owners for having fine taste in furnishings and garden skills.
Fabulous property, excellent location, good quality fixtures and fittings. Deck and hot tub have great views. Highly recommended for family groups.