A very warm welcome to our self-catering holiday accommodation in Devon!
Set in peaceful farming countryside in deepest Devon, equidistant between Dartmoor and the North Cornish Coast, The Milking Parlour & The Threshing Barn at Hole provide high quality self-catering accommodation in 2 units, (sleeps up to 6) in a beautifully converted historic Grade II* Listed 16th Century thatched barn.
'Hole' (Old English: Cut into a hillside) is a Grade II* Listed medieval farmstead, centred around a traditional thatched cob and stone Devon longhouse. Records date back to 1330 when it was owned by one 'William de Hole', and throughout later history, Hole Farm has been a Yeoman farmer's home.
The Milking Parlour, forms part of the barn and is located next to the farmhouse and therefore is also listed as Grade II*, being of 'High Status' , and although constructed later than the house (probably 16th Century), is also built of cob (earth and straw) and shale rubble stone. The Milking Parlour sleeps up to 4, in 2 bedroom accommodation.
Adjoining The Milking Parlour is The Threshing Barn, a single storey 1 bedroom (sleeps up to 2) self-catering holiday accommodation. Contact us for more details and availability.
The barn's huge walls are some 2-3 feet thick and has massive beams, giving an internal feel of solidity and great age.
We have carefully selected complementary contemporary modern fittings and fixtures, with authentic original materials to produce a high quality end product, which we believe shows the barn off to its best and creates a restful environment.