Starre House - 16th century manor in the centre of this historic fishing village. Restored to a high standard, steeped in history and full of original features. House was part of the dowery from King Henry VIII to Cathrine Parr.

Features:
Enclosed GardenOpen FireLocal PubInternet AccessDigital TvWashing MachineTumble DryerBedding ProvidedParking
Rating:
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Beds: 5
Location: Beer, Devon. Sleeps: 10
 


  • Location:
    The property is conveniently situated on Causeway the main street into Beer, with Beer Brook running down the street to the pebbled beach. Which is less than a 5 minute easy walk away.

  • Accomodation:
    Starre House is a superbly restored and presented C16 Grade II Listed attached house offering spacious and light accommodation with the added benefit of an excellent one bedroom cottage, Starre Barn, currently used as a holiday let. The property is built of stone under a mainly slate roof with Tudor features including arched stone doorframes, mullion windows, many with window seats, an oak screen and moulded intersecting ceiling beams and four Beerstone fireplaces. The rooms are well proportioned and with very good ceiling height. There are three receptions, all with fireplaces, plus a large entrance hall and excellent kitchen breakfast room with fine painted units under an oak worktop with oak topped island unit and Rayburn providing hot water as well as cooking. French doors lead from the kitchen to the courtyard where planning permission is in place for an orangery. There are four double bedrooms in the main house, the principle with en suite bathroom and dressing room, and family bathroom If additional accomodation is required, Starre Barn is also available for rent separately, with it;s own entrance and parking.

  • Outside:
    Starre house is situated in a walled garden.

  • Facilities:

    Parking for 4 cars

    Gas B-B-Q

    Front and rear Patio area, and extensive garden to front

  • Restrictions:

    No Smoking or Pets

  • Change Over Day: Saturday


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DATE RANGE P
4 Jan-29 March 2014£815
5 -19 Apr - (Easter)£1025
26 Apr- 3 May£910
10 - 17 May£1410
24 May (HT)£1065
31 May -14 June£1210
21 June - 28 June£1210
5 Jul - 19 July£1210
26 July- 6 Sept£1545
13 Sep - 27 Sep£1285
4 Oct - 11 Oct£815
18 - 25 Oct (HT)£1000
1 Nov -13 Dec£815
XMAS/NEW YEAR£1285

Short Breaks of 3/4 days are normally available off season at 80-85% of the weekly prices.


PLEASE NOTE.:

The availibility calendar is up-to-date and bookings are taken on a first come basis.
If you wish to book please complete the form below and we will contact you to complete the booking.
If you require a short break cost are usually 80-85% of weekly charge.




Devon (pronounced /ˈdɛvən/) is a large county in the South West of England.
Devon (pronounced /ˈdɛvən/) is a large county in the South West of England.

Also referred to as Devonshire, but that is an entirely unofficial name, often indicating a traditional or historical context. The county shares borders with Cornwall to the west and Dorset and Somerset to the east. Its coastline follows the English Channel to the south and the Bristol Channel to the north. It is the only county in England with two separate coastlines.

Crealy Great Adventure Parks in Devon and Cornwall are the South West's favourite family attractions! Enjoy life's biggest adventures with slides, rides and huge all weather play areas.
Crealy Great Adventure Parks in Devon and Cornwall are the South West's favourite family attractions! Enjoy life's biggest adventures with slides, rides and huge all weather play area

Enjoy a great family day out at Crealy Adventure Parks; the South West's leading visitor attraction. With lots of things to do at Crealy Great Adventure Theme Parks in Devon and Cornwall, you will be assured of a great family day out.

Website: [crealy.co.uk]

The Donkey Sanctuary is a UK based charity working worldwide to improve conditions for donkeys and mules.
The Donkey Sanctuary is a UK based charity working worldwide to improve conditions for donkeys and mules.

Dr Elisabeth Svendsen MBE, who founded The Donkey Sanctuary, was born in Yorkshire and, although her love of donkeys started at a very early age, it was not until she was married, with a family, and helping her husband to run the Salston Hotel at Ottery St Mary in Devon that she was able to own her first donkey.

Naughty Face joined the family in 1969, quickly followed by a donkey named Angelina. Becoming more and more interested in donkeys, Dr Svendsen joined the Donkey Breed Society and became their Area Representative. Visiting the Exeter Market one day she saw something that changed her life - seven poor little donkeys crammed in a small pen. She tried to buy the donkey in the worst condition, without success, and from that moment on, she decided that instead of breeding donkeys she would try and save them.

Website: [www.thedonkeysanctuary.org.uk]
Pecorama is one of Devons leading visitor attractions located high on the hillside above the picturesque fishing village of Beer.
Pecorama is one of Devons leading visitor attractions located high on the hillside above the picturesque fishing village of Beer.

PECORAMA is home to the famous PECO Model Railway Exhibition and the Beer Heights Light Railway. The Exhibition hall displays wonderful detailed layouts in many different scales, some with push button controls enabling children to operate the trains.

The Gardens are also home to the 7" narrow gauge passenger carrying line, powered by a fleet of miniature steam and diesel locomotives. The route winds its way along exciting cuttings and embankments, through a long purpose built tunnel, at the same time giving wonderful views of the village of Beer and Lyme Bay.



Beer, East Devon
Beer, East Devon

A pretty seaside village built around a small cove on the south coast of East Devon once famous for smuggling, and once reliant on fishing, and quarrying. The harbour is a natural cove, a suntrap sheltered from the prevailing coastal winds.

We have selected some of the finest eating establishments in this east devon coastal hamlet to recommend to you.



Steamers Restaurant and Wine Bar
Steamers Restaurant and Wine Bar

Steamers is an informal local eatery with friendly service and fresh food prepared to order. A selection of Devon's finest produce including fish, crab and lobster from Beer and meats from local farms. Home made breads are freshly baked on the premesis.

The Anchor Inn
The Anchor Inn

The restaurant at The Anchor Inn specialises in freshly caught and prepared local seafood and a comprehensive wine list is available for the connoisseur . The anchor has a cliff-top beer garden which proves popular in the summer. Open fires keep the bars cosy in the winter months.

The Dolphin
The Dolphin

Offering traditional pub food for lunchtime snacks with innovative specials and a comprehensive la carte menu and stunning deserts. The food is on an extreme high quality and reflects the selection of fresh produce used, including a variety of fish caught daily by local Beer fishermen. Locally produced produce, meat, cheeses, fruit and vegetables are used where possible and when in season.




Booking / Contact Owner / Enquiry

Please Note:
The availibility calendar is up-to-date and bookings are taken on a first come basis.
If you wish to book please complete the form below and we will contact you to complete the booking.
If you require a short break cost are usually 80-85% of weekly charge.