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Webbery Barton Barn

Everything you need to get the most out of your stay


Where We Are

Webbery Barton Barn
near Stoney Cross, Bideford
EX39 4PU

Check-in & Check-out

Check-in 4pm
Check-out 10am
Check-out for Sundays 4pm
Check-in contact, Sarah-Jane 01769 560 473 or 07966 252 417

Please note that Sarah-Jane will meet you at the property, so you will need to contact her 1 hour prior to your arrival.



Bideford is a 10-minute drive away and has a range of banks.

Post Office

Bideford Post Office
The Quay, Bideford, EX39 2EX (10-minute drive)

Petrol Station

Clovelly Rd, Bideford EX39 3ET (15-minute drive)

Getting To Us

Best postcode to use for satnavs EX39 4PU
Nearest train station Barnstaple (20-minute drive)
Nearest airport Exeter (1-hour-20-minute drive)
Taxis Mr & Mrs Taxis 01237 424294 | A1 Taxis 01237 66 60 60


• From the M5 southbound at Junction 27 take the 3rd exit signposted A361, Tiverton and Barnstaple
• At the roundabout, continue straight on heading for Barnstaple A361
• At the next two roundabouts, continue straight on heading for Barnstaple A361
• At the next roundabout (Barnstaple), take the 1st exit signposted A39, Bideford and Bude
• Go straight across the next roundabout
• At the Roundswell roundabout (Services), take the first exit onto B3232 signposted Torrington
• Continue through St Johns Chapel and Newton Tracey and into Alverdiscott
• Take the first right at the Chapel signposted Alverdiscott Village Hall and Bideford
Follow this road for exactly 1.5 miles through Stoney Cross, go past a tall white farmhouse on your left called Webbery Barton and an Entrance to Webbery on your right do not go into this property. Webbery Barton Barn is then situated on the left hand side just round the bend and is clearly marked by a signpost opposite. Go in there and the entrance to the barn is straight in front of you through the gate.

The postcode will take you to the bottom of the driveway; not directly to the house. Please do not go up the driveway with the stone pillar as this will take you to a neighbouring house. Carry on a little way and look for the farmhouse and barns on your left.

On The Map

Click on the map to see our recommendations for eating, drinking and things to do in the area.

Cooking & Dining

Chef & Catering Services

West Country Caterers
One of the leading Devon catering companies. They are a family-run business employing a number of efficient and friendly staff who endeavour to assist in all requirements. They can cater for all your needs and requirements whatever the occasion. Example menus are shown on their website, however these can be tailored to meet every individual’s special requirements. If you are interested in this exclusive service, please contact Sarah-Jane ahead of your stay.
01769 560473 or 07966 252417 | info@west-country-caterers.co.uk | www.west-country-caterers.co.uk

Great Places to Eat & Drink

Nearest Pub

The Thatched Inn Abbotsham
The Thatched Inn is a traditional historic pub in a 15th century stone thatched roof building situated just outside of Bideford in the small village of Abbotsham.
01237 471321 | www.thethatchedinn.com


The Chichester Arms Bishops Tawnton
Just outside Barnstaple, serves good English food in a friendly thatched pub setting.
01271 343945

The New Inn Roborough
Located in the pretty village of Roborough, this quaint and friendly pub, it the perfect place for a real ale.
01805 603 247


Lathwells Bideford
Pride themselves on using the freshest, local produce – every dish is hand-made from scratch, many of their vegetables are grown by local gardeners and they serve fish caught by local fishermen wherever possible. Offers a private dining room for celebration groups.
01237 476447 | www.lathwells.com

Squires Fish Restaurant Braunton
Devon’s only Rick Stein recommended fish and chip restaurant is a legendary family run place in the heart of the village. Eat in the modern 120 seater restaurant or simply enjoy a take away.
01271 815533 | www.squiresfishrestaurant.co.uk

Soyer’s Restaurant
Imaginative food from a daily changing menu that incorporates fresh fish, meat and vegetables from the locality, prepared by proprietor-chef Brian Steele.
01237 474400 | www.yeoldonhousehotel.co.uk/restaurant.html

Seagate Appledore
Located on the Appledore Quay, Seagate is a hidden gem, serving excellent hearty food, using locally sourced produce.
01237 472 589 | www.theseagate.co.uk

The Pier House Westward Ho!
A fantastic bar and restaurant with stunning sea views. The atmosphere is relaxed, the are staff friendly and the Sunday roast is delicious.
01237 477777 | www.thepier-house.co.uk

Morans Westward Ho!
Straightforward Thai and English dishes in a family-run venue with sea views, plus cocktails.
01237 472070 | www.moransrestaurant.co.uk

Best Places to Eat Out with Children

The Waterfront Inn Bideford
Located only yards from the beach and exceptionally family friendly. Sunny patios to the front and rear of the pub alongside a large child friendly garden. There is a large indoor all weather playzone incorporating a multi level adventure play area with spiral and normal slides, ball pool and climbing zones, parents can sit and watch their children play in an enclosed area and simply relax!
01237 474737 | www.waterfrontinn.co.uk

Best Takeaways

Squires Fish Restaurant Braunton

Harcourt Chinese Takeaway and Restaurant
01271 373 865

Fullham Restaurant and Takeaway Barnstaple
01271 328 882

Mr Chips Bideford
01237 472 709

Shopping for Food

Best Local Supermarkets

The following supermarkets are all located in Bideford, a 10-minute drive away.

www.tesco.co.uk | 0345 026 9622

www.sainsburys.co.uk | 01271 325 498

www.morrisons.co.uk | 01237 422337

Butcher & Online Food Store

Burgess Farm Butchers Bideford
01237 473957

Wine Merchant

Bray Valley Wines Bideford
01769 575946

Major Supermarket Online Orders

Waitrose www.waitrose.com

Things to Do

Quad Biking

North Devon Quads Yarnscombe
The South West’s biggest Quad Bike circuit for adults and children, with a 1.6km multi-course track deep in the heart of North Devon within easy reach of Bideford. A family owned business.
www.northdevonquads.co.uk | 01271 858791

Clay-Pigeon Shooting

North Devon Field Sports Yarnscombe
Clay pigeon shooting for novices and experienced shooters in beautiful countryside.
www.devonfieldsports.co.uk | 01271 858791

Horse Riding

Kingsland Stables Bideford
A family run stable with horses and ponies for all sizes, ages and abilities.

Adventure Sports

Ultimate Adventure Centre Bideford
For the ultimate high. Everything from coasteering, mountain boarding, mountain biking, high ropes, wall climbing, kayaking, surfing – and even water zorbing!
www.theultimatehigh.com | 01237 880028

Point Breaks
Coasteering, wakeboarding and water skiing and much more are on offer from Point Breaks. Learn to surf at Devon’s Croyde and Putsborough beaches, two of the UK’s top surfing spots. Go coasteering around beautiful and rugged coastlines, or kayaking through coves and past hidden beaches. Or try the new and exciting activity of Stand-Up Paddleboarding.
www.pointbreaks.com | 01271 813344

Skern Lodge Bideford
A professional outdoor activity centre offering a huge choice of activities for families and friends from bodyboarding, surf skiing and kayaking to tackling an assault course, bridge jumping and abseiling.
www.skernlodge.co.uk | 01237 475992


There are lots of choices available if you’re keen on fishing!


Saunton Sands Golf Club
Widely regarded as one of the top links courses in the country. The magnificent course follows the dramatic UNESCO protected Burrows site along the shoreline.

Royal North Devon Golf Club Westward Ho!
Founded in 1864, Royal North Devon Golf Club is the oldest golf course in the country and is regarded as the St Andrews of England.


www.theultimatehigh.com | 01237 880028
www.pointbreaks.com | 01271 813344
www.skernlodge.co.uk | 01237 475992


Cycling – over 30 miles of Tarka Trail for cyclists and walkers between Braunton and Meeth using the old
railways of North Devon. Cycles for hire from Tarka Bikes.
www.tarkabikes.co.uk | www.northdevonbiosphere.org.uk/the-tarka-trail


Sail Cats Instow
Offer day sails, sailing adventures and experiences on the Taw and Torridge Estuary in a hobie pacific 18 racing catamaran. All equipment provided.
www.sailcats.co.uk | 07540 122721


Surf South West Croyde
Croyde beach holds a coveted Blue Flag and has been the location of the British Surfing Championships on three occasions.

North Devon Surf School Westward Ho!
Learn to surf with the North Devon Surf School, one of the top surfing schools in the UK – they have been running surfing lessons in North Devon for over 20 years.
www.northdevonsurfschool.co.uk | 01237 474663

Surf South West Saunton
Saunton, a three mile stretch of sand backed by dunes (awarded Unesco Heritage Biosphere status).


Back to Beauty
A luxurious range of beauty and pamper treatments including massages, facials, manicures, pedicures (including CND Shellac), waxing, eye treatments and professional make-up for parties, events and more.
07895 431784 | www.backtobeauty.co.uk

Glo Pamper
For pampering in the comfort of your property, there is a range of treatments available from a local therapist including massage, pedicure, manicure, etc.
To book please use the contact details below and remember to quote ‘kate & tom’s’. Guests are advised to book well in advance.
0207 096 0385 | www.glo-pamper.co.uk

Top Things to Do for Children

Tarka Trail

The Tarka Trail is a pedestrian and cycle way that runs in a 180 mile figure-of-eight through landscapes little changed from those described by Henry Williamson in his classic 1927 novel Tarka the Otter.

The Big Sheep Adventure Park

Devoted entirely to sheep! With outdoor and indoor activities.

The Milky Way Adventure Park

Attractions to suit all ages, whatever the weather.

Ultimate Adventure Centre Bideford

For the ultimate high! Coasteering, mountain boarding, mountain biking, high ropes, zip wires, wall climbing, kayaking, surfing – and even water zorbing!
www.theultimatehigh.com | 01237 880028

Top Places to Visit


Putsborough Beach
This beach has clear water, great surf and a gentler away-from-it-all feel. There’s a beach shop and café, a small caravan park, award-winning toilets and nothing else apart from rock pools and spectacular sunsets.

Saunton Sands
One of Devon’s most memorable beaches, Saunton Sands is an impressive expanse of flat sand stretching for three miles backed by massive sand dunes and very popular with families and surfers.

Croyde Bay
Try out a few watersports at Croyde Bay, part of the beautiful heritage coastline of North Devon and one of the UK’s favourite surfing beaches. Croyde village is a charming hamlet of thatched cottages with many places to eat, buy gifts and great for hiring beach equipment and wetsuits. Why not try a little surfing too – the surf schools here are some of the best in the country. Just put your wetsuit on and enjoy the water all year round at this beach.

Westward Ho!
With two miles of wonderful sandy beach known as the Golden Bay you can enjoy swimming, surfing, canoeing and kite surfing at Westward Ho! The sand dunes are a haven for birds, insects and wild flowers and Northam Burrows Country Park is tucked behind the village. The South West Coastal Path and the Tarka Trail are close by – a must for cyclists and walkers.

Towns and Villages to Explore

The lovely village of Instow is less than five miles away and has a superb beach and colourful Regency styled terraced houses. There are inns, cafes and restaurants, a supermarket, a post office, gift shops and galleries. Home to the North Devon Yacht Club, this seaside village has a quiet promenade, a level sandy beach, grassy dunes and sheltered waters. The beach is popular but not crowded, a splendid place for children to play on the dunes or in the sea and in the winter it is a beautiful place for walks.

Appledore is a lovely coastal village, a holiday home hotspot with higgledy-piggledy streets of brightly painted fishermen’s cottages, craft shops and tea rooms. Central to the village is the quay where you can view the two rivers, the Taw and the Torridge meeeting the Atlantic.

The cobbled, traffic-free high street of this world famous fishing village is built into a cliff and tumbles its way down past 16th Century whitewashed cottages festooned with flowers, to the tiny working port. This historic village has links with Turner, Charles Kingsley, Dickens and the Spanish Armada and people remark on the maritime atmosphere, stunning views and peaceful tranquility.

Bideford is a small picturesque pastel-coloured port town on the estuary of the River Torridge with many shops, cafes and two handy supermarkets. In the 16th Century Bideford was Britain’s third largest port and it is said that Sir Walter Raleigh landed the first shipment of tobacco there.

Barnstaple is the historic capital of North Devon with lots of shops and excellent dining choices. For shopping there is the Barnstaple Pannier Market with its local produce, crafts and antiques and for day to day shopping there are supermarkets and Marks and Spencer. Barnstaple is just six miles from Webbery Barton Barn so handy for all your shopping requirements.

Useful Information

Bedrooms and Bathrooms
• Sleeps up to 18
• 6 bedrooms, four of which have en-suite bathrooms
• Two Double sofa beds (one in dining room and one in living room)
• One family bathroom upstairs
• Downstairs WC
• Downstairs bedroom

Bedrooms Sleeps Beds Features
Bedroom 1 4 Double + 2 Singles En-suite with shower
Bedroom 2 2 Double En-suite with shower
Bedroom 3 2 Twin
Bedroom 4 2 Twin En-suite with shower
Bedroom 5 4 Double + 2 Singles En-suite with shower
Downstairs Study 2 Twin

Cooking and Dining
• Dining table seats 16 comfortably
• Fantastic chef available for a special meal or throughout the weekend
• Drop-off meals available
• Two double ovens, hobs
• Tables and chairs on terrace
• Great dining nearby
• Online deliveries

Where We Are
• The postcode is EX39 4PU
• The nearest village is Bideford, 3 miles from the house
• The nearest station is Barnstaple, 9 miles from the house
• The nearest airport is Exeter
• Taxis available
• Parking for eight to ten cars

Things to Do Inside
• Games room with pool table and table football
• Widescreen TV
• Wi-fi
• DVD player

Things to Do Outside
• South-West-facing private gardens and grounds
• Hot tub

Children Welcome
• Games room
• Travel cot available (linen not provided)
• Two high chairs available

Payment Process
• We take a one third deposit at the time of booking
• The balance is due three months before the date booked

Cautionary Deposit
• £1,000 refundable deposit

House Restrictions
• 3 well-behaved dogs allowed at the discretion of the owner, and dogs must be announced at the booking stage (£25 per dog for the first 2 dogs, after that £30 per dog; max 3 dogs. Dogs are only allowed in the play room which has a door out to the garden)
• Noise policy in place
• No fireworks please
• Not suitable for stag parties

Arrival and Departure
• Check in 4pm
• Check out 4pm on a Sunday
• Check out 10am on other days

What’s Included
• Linen, towels and essentials

Hot Tub Use

We hope you’ll enjoy using the hot tub. We want to make sure it is as safe as possible for everyone, so we ask all guests to ensure that the following guidelines are respected. These guidelines are designed to meet basic health and safety regulations, so ensure that all members of your party have read the rules regarding the use of the hot tub.

1. Swimming costumes are obligatory and you will need to bring your own towels
2. You must shower before entering the hot tub to remove any skin oils, make-up, hair products etc. This is vital to ensure a clean and healthy hot tub. If this rule is abused the hot tub may need to be closed for several days so that the water can be thoroughly refreshed.
3. Outdoor shoes and coats must be taken off around the hot tub area.
4. No alcohol or smoking is allowed in the hot tub.
5. Do not bring any form of glass into the hot tub area.
6. Do not bring in any electrical equipment into the hot tub area where you could be in contact with water.
7. Do not over-occupy the hot tub as this will lead to water spillage and will cause the hot tub to stop working. This is because the filter needs to be covered with water to work.
8. Children must be supervised in and around the hot tub and must not use it without an adult present. Some children can overheat; please seek medical advice if this occurs.
9. Please keep noise levels to an acceptable level. The hot tub is a place of peace and relaxation – be mindful that there are neighbouring properties in close proximity.
10. It is safer and more enjoyable to use the hot tub with another person. We advise against using the hot tub alone without a member of your group knowing of your whereabouts.
11. On leaving the hot tub please switch off all jets and lights and make sure that the hot tub is sealed with the cover provided.
12. Please note you must not use the hot tub if you are suffering from an infectious disease or you have an open wound or sore that cannot be covered by a waterproof plaster.
13. You must not use the hot tub within 48 hours of suffering any stomach illness.
14. Certain medical conditions can be affected by the hot tub, particularly those involving extremes of temperature. You are advised to consult your doctor if you are pregnant, or suffer from any of the following: heart disease; circulatory problems; high or low blood pressure; diabetes; or any other condition that affects your body’s ability to react to heat.
15. Prevent taking any medication which may affect your circulation or your ability to react to heat.

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