Opening in Spring 2021, Glebe is a unique Georgian house and former family home with beautiful architectural qualities and thoughtful design.
With 5 bedrooms and a self contained annexe, the house is spacious enough for guests to find their own little nook within the house. There’s plenty of opportunity to relax with two inviting living areas with fireplaces perfect for reading or playing a game.
There are three comfortable separate dining areas suitable for both small and larger groups, with glorious views and unique original art. Guests enter through the garden room at the front of the house which stays warm all year round and has uninterrupted views down the spectacular Coly Valley.
Set in 15 acres / 7 hectares, with a large mature garden and kitchen garden and growing area. The gardens, outdoor heated swimming pool, and tennis court are available for your enjoyment. We are lucky enough to be situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty and Glebe is in a unique position overlooking the rolling hills of the Coly Valley and just 3 miles from the sea.
- Children by Arrangement
- Dinner by Arrangement
- Dogs by Arrangement
- Free off-street parking
- Free Wifi
- Swimming Pool
- Bird Watching
- Nature Reserve, Wildlife Park/Area
- Water Activities
- Wild Swimming
- Price Range: from £129
Price per room, per night, based on two sharing including breakfast (please enquire for single occupancy rate).
Characterful and cosy with a comfortable French antique double bed, Ottoline de Vries tulip wallpaper and original art. The Tulip Room has a view to the west and surrounding hills, with an en suite rainfall shower bathroom. £129 per night.
Aptly named the Morning Room with its spectacular morning views over the Coly Valley and Morning Cover. The Morning Room is joyful with a yellow ceiling, original artwork, period fireplace with a king size or twin beds and an en suite bathroom with a rainfall shower. £145 per night.
Nestled in the centre of the house with beautiful views over the Coly valley, The Old Boys Room has a warm feel to it with desert rose colored walls, a period fireplace and a king size or twin beds. The en suite is situated one meter across the corridor with a freestanding bath and a walk-in rainfall shower. £150 per night.
With a large bay window overlooking the garden and the beautiful copper beech tree, this room is light and spacious with a period fireplace, a generously sized en suite with a freestanding bath and walk-in rainfall shower. £190 per night.
The Rose Room is the largest room in the house boasting two excellent views onto the Coly valley framed by the climbing La Follette pink rose. The room has a comfortable super king canopy bed, a period fireplace, a freestanding bath in the bedroom and a very large walk-in rainfall shower room. With a breakfast seating area, breakfast service is available on request. £220 per night.
A spacious, self-contained annexe, The Old Kitchen is situated in the oldest part of the house with distinctive design features such as an old wash basin and a working wood burner. The Old Kitchen has a super king bed, a comfortable sofa, a freestanding bath in the bedroom and a walk-in shower room. With a breakfast seating area, breakfast service is available on request. £220 per night.
A 4-course dining option is available from Thursday - Sunday which is a fixed menu for £48 per head and a more casual 'simple supper' offering available every day for £15 per head.
We also offer picnic backpack with a selection of bread, cured meats and pickles from the charcuterie room and bakery at £15 per head.
Situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty, Glebe is lucky enough to have both hilltops and headlands on her doorstep. Step outside and you will be pleasantly rewarded by the richly diverse East Devon countryside, an area largely unspoiled and off the well trodden track.
Only 3 miles down the road is the Jurassic Coast, a World Heritage Site with its terracotta and cream colored cliffs that give way to remote under-cliff beaches on a long untamed coastline. From here you can take a picnic and explore sections of the famous South West Coastal Path. If you’re feeling adventurous, take a boat out and try mackerel fishing or snorkel low reefs and rock pools to see crabs and starfish off picturesque fishing villages Beer and Branscombe.
Inland, roam through the ancient woodlands and marvel at medieval hill-forts. Find the largest tree in the southwest in Shute woods and explore majestic forests in the Iron Age hillfort Blackbury Camp.
On a rainy day, have a potter around seaside town of Lyme Regis, with excellent restaurants, galleries and independent craft shops to while away an afternoon.
There is a reason that they say ‘Devon is heaven’ and we look forward to showing you why.
"We stayed for 3 nights. The location is fantastic with stunning views. The hosts were very friendly and extremely helpful. We had dinner on one evening which was delicious and regretted not having dinner on each of our three evenings."
Kathleen L, Hereford
5 star Tripadvisor 2020
Olive and Hugo Guest
- Bio : Olive and Hugo Guest welcome you to their guest house, restaurant and 15 acre smallholding set in the heart of East Devon, an area of outstanding natural beauty. With far reaching views over the rolling hills of the Coly Valley, and a short drive from the Jurassic coast, Glebe House is a unique food and experience retreat in the beautiful English countryside.