Andrew and Jill

There is evidence of habitation on the site as far back as 1351 but we moved to Ramstorland over fifteen years ago because we just loved the valley it is in. A typical Devonshire view, bathed in sun from the south facing aspect.  Stoodleigh village is a short walk away, boasting St Margret's 15th Century church and the Inn, but you will need to get used to our hills. We also love the central Devon location, so much is available within a short drive. We have brought up our daughter here which has helped us amass a collection ​of favourite haunts.

We were able to expand our farm with these new cottages so that we can share our experience with you. Below are a few photos that  we have taken of the surrounding areas and below that a longer list of recommendations. There are more in the cottages and we are on hand if you need any more advice. Our daughter also runs our Information Chalk Board with regular updates of local activities and all important tide times for the North Devon beaches. We do hope that you enjoy Ramstorland barns as much as we do.

 

 

 

 

 

 

House rules

  • No parties: hen, stag or otherwise

  • Sorry no pets

  • No visitors beyond those on the booking without agreement with the owners

  • One car per property without agreement with the owners

COVID-19 Update

We updated our cleaning regime and reviewed our facilities to minimise any risk of COVID-19 transmission and infection. We will keep these in place throughout 2021. We have always prided ourselves in cleanliness but please be assured that we have taken expert advice from a number of trade and government bodies and updated out practices accordingly. We take risk very seriously and update our risk assessment every year. Sadly this does mean that we have had to remove high risk items from the cottages: specifically the board games, books and scatter cushions.  We have also had to close shared areas, so we cannot offer clothes washing facilities at the moment. You can however hand wash and every cottage has its own clothes airer. 

Book extract showing site reference from 1351