Hartland, North Devon
A stunning, grade II listed house with 16th century origins much altered and added to in the 18th century, only 100m or so from the cliffs and quay at Hartland, on the hills above Hartland Abbey.
The farm house had fallen into disrepair with holes in the roofs and water running through the centre of the building. A substantial repair programme started in January 2006 and finished in October 2007 Other barns and outbuildings are to be converted into three holiday units of 2,6 and 12 beds and smaller shippons and stables used for ancillary parking and storage. A new, modern swimming pool is also to be created.