Beautiful Barley Close Farm Bed & Breakfast Hawkchurch Axminster East Devon B&B

One of the rooms. view larger
Double bedroom. view larger
Private bathroom.
View from Abbotsbury looking along Chesil beach
this is the is the river feeding into Charmouth just off of the beach
Barley Close in the winter, we can't promise it will snow, but will promise spectacular views if it does.
Lyme Regis is only a short drive from the farm, famous for it's sandy beach and sheltered swimming.
View from the garden up over a blanket of snow to an old oak on the horizon.
View down the valley


Our warm and comfortable rooms are avialable all year round. They have TV, tea and coffee making facilities and free wireless internet.

We have two rooms to offer you;

  • One double/twin room ensuite
  • One double room with private bathroom.


double twin room from £56 to £70 *
single room from £28 to £35 *
packed lunches 6.50 per person
evening meals from 10.50 per person

*prices are per night and vary with season

Sample Menu

Roast beef or lamb or pork with 3 veg and roast potatoes
A choice of hot fruit pie and custard
or cold dessert or ice cream
wine, tea and coffee

Packed Lunch
2 double sandwiches
fruit and yoghurt
packet of crisps
bottle of water

More Local attractions

A little further away in Dorset, visit West Bay , the setting for Nick Berry’s “Harbour Lights”, recently shown on TV. Many people find the coastal walks along the coast between here and Lyme Regis most pleasant. Bridport is a very popular town with market stalls on Wednesday and Saturdays. Cerne Abbas, famous for the Cerne Giant.

Chesil Bank, a shingle bank along the coastline 11 miles long. Weymouth , or Poole . Visit the Royal Armoured Corps centre at Bovington, which has a Tank Museum . Canford Heath, home of some of Britain ’s rarest breeding birds and reptiles (including the nightjar, dartford warbler, sand lizard, and smooth snake).

In Somerset, we have Cheddar Gorge and Wookey Hole famous for their caves. Dunster Castle , Porlock, the Doone Valley and Oare famous from the novel Lorna Doone. Chard the highest town in Somerset . Exmoor , where you may see some red deer , or visit the coast with popular places of Watchet, Minehead, Burnham-on-Sea and Weston

Super-Mare . Visit Yeovilton and see the Royal Naval Air station.

In Cornwall, you have the old wheel house towers from days gone-by, visit the tin Mine Museums, Bodmin, the gateway to Bodmin Moor where highwaymen once flourished, Bolventor and Jamaica Inn, used by Daphne du Maurier as the setting of her famous novel about smugglers, Dozmary Pool where according to legend, King Arthur returned the magic sword Excalibur to its mystic owner in the pool where a hand arose from the pool and caught it. Try your luck surfing at St Ives, or Newquay, or just call in at the beautiful little coves and bays and visit places like Porthleven, Polperro, Boscastle, Mousehole, Newlyn, Portreath, Tintagel St Michael’s Mount, Lands End or the Lizzard.

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More comments left in our guest book

Its nice to see you keep a welcome in the hillside as well ! fantastic stay
R Jenkins  Wales  

Perfect thank you
GP Sydney

Very friendly/homely look forward to coming again  God Bless
JG Norwich

"delightful hostess"  a home from home                   
P Parr Uxbridge  

Thank you for a lovelly stay, Janet treats you like one of the family, good view and good breakfast   
C Mullhall Cheshire 

We enjoyed our stay with you, will see you again soon. you made us very welcome. thank you       
PD Bicester

Home from home                           
R Hastings Weybridge  

Cycling: very good
English breakfast: excellent
Hospitality: really nice                                       
MP Holland  

Thank you for making me so very welcome, wonderful food wonderfull view           
J Velacott Surrey

Here we are for our eighth time! we saw loads of deer, thanks again and see you soon
J Carey Southwick

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Barley Close Farm Bed & Breakfast Hawkchurch Axminster East Devon EX13 5UD
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