Devon Holiday Cottages
Three Gates is a converted 17th Century farm, with five high quality holiday cottages, set in the beautiful East Devon countryside, only 15 minutes drive from the M5 (J27). We have a large, warm, indoor swimming pool (33 ft), sauna, fitness room, children’s play areas, 12 ft trampoline (available from March to October), laundry facilities, enclosed pond area with ducks and friendly chickens and two acres of grounds. All cottages are well equipped with central heating, dishwashers, flat screen TVs with freeview, DVD players and free WiFi Internet access. They are supplied with natural filtered spring water and all cottages, except the Granary, are single storey.
Relax and enjoy the rural tranquillity at Three Gates Farm or explore the north and south coasts, Exmoor, Dartmoor and all that Devon and Somerset have to offer from our ideal location in the Devonshire Heartland.
The Smithy has a fully-fitted kitchen, conservatory and enclosed private garden with stunning views.
The Long Barn is a spacious country cottage. Single storey with three bedrooms, kitchen, sheltered patio and countryside views.
Two attractive bedrooms, log burner, kitchen and patio area. Perfect for a family retreat and base to explore the area.
A bright, single storey, two-bedroomed cottag with supererb views over the rolling countryside.
Nuthatch is a romantic one-bedroomed cottage with pretty four-poster bed and ensuite bathroom.
Three Gates Farm has a large, indoor, heated swimming pool and sauna. Open from 9.00am until 8.00pm daily!
A fun filled family day out in Devon in a beautiful woodland park with wild animals, indoor soft play, nature trails and more.
Lyme Regis boasts breath-taking scenery and a special mystique, making it a sparkling resort for all seasons
The Donkey Sanctuary give lifelong care to over 6000 donkeys and mules around the UK and Europe.
The National Trust’s Knightshayes, Devon, is a Victorian country house surrounded by acres of glorious gardens and parkland.
The Hunts – Hampton Hargate, Peterborough
The Peacocks – Woking, Surrey
Lynn Palethorpe and Jonathan Ball
Three Gates Farm