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Retreat, Relax, Recharge.  Spreacombe


just look at this video, the lovely woodlands on our entrance driveway walking into Spreacombe

Quiet, Relaxing Break

One of the best things that Spreacombe can offer, particularly out of the school holidays is a peaceful, quiet and relaxing holiday.   We are on hand to welcome you and ask any questions but you are left to enjoy your holiday as you please in your cottage.

Our regular guests tell us that as soon as they drive into the estate they immediately relax after the strains of their day to day life. When you arrive, there will be the basics available to make a cup of tea, or coffee and then the holiday is yours.  Take a stroll, read a book, take some photographs and just relax....

Sheep relaxing in the countryside at Spreacombe
Hare in the field at Spreacombe

Countryside walks from your door

At Spreacombe Estate we have been delighted to welcome many of our guests back year after year - with 3 generations of some families having holidayed with us.

As our visitors you are more than welcome to walk around our fields and woodland as you wish; we just ask that you keep your dogs under control in areas of stock and wildlife and of course leave gates as you find them.

We have a flock of around 50 sheep (ewes) that run in the fields around Spreacombe and their assorted lambs depending on which time of year you visit us.    

We have a few recommended walks that take you to our ponds or to the RSPB Chapel Wood, but many of our guests just wander around our Estate with a camera looking to get that great wildlife photo.

Autumnal woodland walk at Spreacombe
Pond, bridge and geese at Spreacombe

Woodland around your cottage. 

Woodland Management at Spreacombe

Spreacombe Estate has been owned by the Dennis family for over 50 years. Norman has a wealth of knowledge about its history and has personally planted most of the woodland.

We have a mix of broadleaf and conifer woodland and also a mix of ages ranging from the newer plantation seen half way up the stony road to some of the beautiful beech trees that are around the estate, many of which were planted in the early 1800's. 

We are proud to have planted around sixteen thousand trees (16,000) over the last few years. The trees photographed are flowering cherries that we hope will look stunning as well as hlpeing with the country's carbon footprint. 



Flowering cherry tree recently planted
Peacock standing on a picnic table with Azalea in the background

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