7 The Grove

  • 7 the grove

Overview

7, The Grove is an old Totnes farmhouse which is now part of a terrace of houses close to the centre of town. Despite being in the middle of Totnes, it is a peaceful and ,on a fine day, a sunny place to stay. Guests have a bedroom, with a large double bed, inter-connecting sitting- room and a bathroom to themselves. A spare bedroom is available for children or extra adults. Through the house and up some steps there is a surprisingly large and open garden. From the guest rooms there are good views of both the garden and of the town and surrounding hills.

Guests are served with a delicious breakfast which includes freshly made bread, fruit and homemade jams.
There is parking at the front of the house.

Sleeps

2 x double twin
1 x cot


Rates

£45pppn
Single person £55


Facilities

  • Children Welcome

    Children Welcome

  • Garden for guest

    Garden for guest

  • non-smoking

    Non-smoking

  • on site parking

    On-site Parking

  • open all year

    Open all year

  • tea coddee facilities

    Tea/Coffee Facilities

  • Wifi Access

    WiFi


Location


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