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Great Huish Farm (The Furrows & The Yoke) Tedburn St Mary.

Stoke-on-Trent...
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Great Huish Farm (The Furrows & The Yoke) Tedburn St Mary.

Just wondered does anyone knew of this place or has stayed here. What's it like etc as I can't find any reviews or info on this property apart from westcountrycottages website.

Any info please people!

Thanks

Exeter, UK
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897 posts
35 reviews
1. Re: Great Huish Farm (The Furrows & The Yoke) Tedburn St Mary.

Looks brand new to me, which should explain lack of reviews (and indeed lack of own website). If that worries you, play safe by picking one from top of this list (select 'Specialist Lodging') tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotels-g186250-Devon_Engla…

Exeter, United...
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59 reviews
2. Re: Great Huish Farm (The Furrows & The Yoke) Tedburn St Mary.

Although I have not stayed there, as someone who lives in the village I can say it is a lovely area. There are two village pubs and our position near the A30 makes it great for a base to Dartmoor and further afield.

In case you are wondering I have no link to the property.

In the village pub ( the Red Lion) we have many people who pop in who are staying in the vicinity or who are passing through and I never hear any complaints about any of the local properties.

3. Re: Great Huish Farm (The Furrows & The Yoke) Tedburn St Mary.

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