Frequently Asked Questions......

Q.Is the Log Cabin suitable for a person who has difficulty walking?

A. Yes, there are no steps in or outside the Log Cabin. the entrance doorway is approached down a ramp. See the picture gallery for a view of the entrance doorway.

Q. Is there plenty of parking?

A. There is parking for one car next to the Log Cabin, two or three more can be parked just out side the gateway. Please take care not to obstruct any access to fields, farm vehicle come and go, sometime at uncivilised times of the day.

Q. Is there a cot and a highchair for a baby?

A. No, so please bring any special items your child needs.

Q. Are there laundry facilities?

A. Yes, there is a Laundry room with a washer-dryer, there is also an iron with ironing board and a small warmed airing cupboard. Outside, clothing can be dryed on a whirlygig clothes line.

Q. Are the single beds ‘zip and link’?

A. No. The beds are standard 3ft wide beds.

Q. What are the cooking facilities?

A. Due to building regulations and space restrictions, there is only room for a two burner gas hob on the work surface and a combination Microwave/Grill/Oven which will do a mixture of all three cooking methods. There is also an electric slow cooker which is excellent if you want to go out for the afternoon and return later to a delicious casserole ready to eat. Outside there is a gas powered BBQ which can be fired up in minutes.

Q. Is the garden safe for children and dogs?

A. There are field gates across the entrances to the fields and the road. There is a fence surrounding the garden area.  Do remember there is livestock in the surrounding fields, so please make sure your dog is under your control. Children will not come to much harm but this is a rural environment and has its own hazards which may be unfamiliar. The surrounding roads are single track country lanes where most traffic is considerate.

Q. Are dogs allowed on local beaches?

A. In summer, there are one or two beaches that don't allow dogs: Blackpool Sands and the nearest half of Bantham. But plenty that do: Slapton Sands, Mattiscombe, Lannacombe, Mill Bay and the far end of Bantham beach, which is one of our favourites. There are also plenty of rural walks including the South West Coastal Path and of course there is Dartmoor.