A REAL DEVONIAN EXPERIENCE
The farm estate, owned by the Harvey family since the beginning of the 1900’s was built by Robert Hole in 1780, who built the home for his wife Susanna and later built Parke estate in Bovey Tracey which is now home to the Dartmoor National Park authority. Staying at Stickwick you can be assured of a spectacular countryside holiday and a real Devonian experience, from real Devonians.
The stunning Manor with its sunny aspect has classic Georgian styling with grand reception rooms and seven spacious bedrooms, perfect for large groups and families as it can comfortably accommodate up to twelve.
The adjoining character Farmhouse sleeps seven/eight and features original doors and window shutters along with an inglenook fireplace (can interconnect with the Manor to sleep 19).
The Country Cottage (adjoins the Manor) sleeps five and provides real country style accommodation. An exclusive site booking of Stickwick can sleep and dine a total of 24, plus cots, across 12 bedrooms with 10 bathrooms (6 ensuite).
There’s fun and relaxation for all ages at Stickwick. Enjoy long walks around or fish at the nearby Hennock reservoir, visit the coast just 20 mins drive away or discover Dartmoor on your doorstep. Or just have fun around the estate in the large play area, rustic play barn, toasting shack (outdoor kitchen, gas BBQ, fire pit) and picnic area; with delicious local goodies available from the larder farm shop or get close to nature by exploring the woodland walk and meeting the Stickwick friendly animals ducks, hens, goats, rabbits and donkeys.