This lovely property is beautifully set overlooking the Coly Valley and the idyllic Devon village of Southleigh. Built in Georgian days as a vicarage, it has been beautifully restored and decorated, with a fantastic conservatory where breakfast is served and generous living areas for guests to relax.
There are three guest bedrooms here, all en-suite and superbly comfortable. There’s a large family room with space to sleep four, a further room that can be a king-sized double or twin, and a twin room.
Step out into the grounds and Glebe House comes into its own. There are fifteen acres. The heated swimming pool and the tennis court are obvious attractions, but many guests find themselves more interested in the two pygmy goats and the wildlife that lives beyond the ha-ha. With the coast a hike away, this is a beautiful place to stay, with Dorset and Somerset within easy reach.
- Children by Arrangement
- Dinner by Arrangement
- Free Wifi
- Swimming Pool
- Bird Watching
- Nature Reserve, Wildlife Park/Area
- Water Activities
- Wild Swimming
- Price Range: from £90
Price per room, per night, based on two sharing including breakfast
Double room - £90
Family Room (double occupancy) - £100
+ 1 child - £120
+ 2 children - £130
Twin room - £90
Single occupancy (by arrangement) - £60
Supper (two courses) - £20pp
Dinner (three courses) - £30pp
From the 1st June to the 15th September no single night bookings will be taken for Friday or Saturday
The village of Southleigh is beautifully located ten minutes drive from the fishing villages of Branscombe and Beer on the Jurassic Coast. There are walks galore, starting at the door with the East Devon Way down to Colyton. Lyme Regis is twenty minutes away, as is Sidmouth with its shrimping pools.
"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
Chuck and Emma Guest
- Bio : Your hosts here are Chuck and Emma Guest. Both honed their skills in hospitality at sea; Chuck as a master mariner, Emma as a chef. They are superbly easy and are more than happy to introduce you to their grounds and goats. Glebe House has been their home for 35 years so if you need local knowledge they have it.