The Roundhouse

What to Expect

This large, stunning stone barn conversion lies in the heart of Devon in acres of fields and is perfect for a large group of friends, family, colleagues, including up to three dogs, to roam the countryside.

Its secluded location in the rural heartland gives access to nature in every direction, and you can enjoy the outdoors privately thanks to the bbq, outdoor furniture and beautiful lawned gardens. The Roundhouse Devon also has shared access to an indoor pool.

Enjoy both the country and the coast, with Torquay and Brixham nearby, and beautiful Devon heritage in Buckfastleigh and the many National Trust properties, all a short drive away. At the same time, Plymouth has everything a thriving modern city can offer.

At A Glance

Rural location
Stone barn conversion
Eco-friendly design
Spacious property
Alfresco dining patio
Log burner


Shared swimming pool
Games room
Washing machine
Cot + high chair
Open fire
6 x off road parking

About The Roundhouse

Sleeping up to 18, a large converted stone and wood barn with annexe, five bedrooms in main building over three levels, two first floor en-suite doubles, two en-suite ground floor super king doubles (or twins), two en-suite twins and an en-suite king-size double. The annexe has one family room with en-suite, king-size double and two singles.

There is a mezzanine seating area, the ground floor is very spacious and open plan, with a dining suite, sofas and armchairs, a wood-burning stove in a fireplace, and a fully fitted kitchen.

There is a ground floor den with a tv, and there are extra basins and WC’s on each floor.

Map of Area

Things To Do in Halwell

Halwell is an old Devon parish, with a couple of streams leading away from the farm, so there’s plenty for dog noses to chase and lots of country walks to be had right from the front gate. The cottage is also halfway between two pubs in nearby villages, one to the east and one west, so you can have some rest and refreshment while planning your days out. Take a short drive or long walk east and you’ll find the Woodlands Family Theme Park, which should help pass a morning or afternoon for the young and young at heart.

Nature plays a huge part in life around here, and the local farmland is also surrounded by National Park and AONB sites. Pick up the River Dart in Totnes to the north, stock up on lovely local produce and visit the town’s castle and museum, then follow the river down to the beautiful estuary at the National Trust’s Little Dartmouth nature reserve.
Dartmouth itself is well worth a visit, with Dartmouth Castle, Bayard’s Cove Fort and ferry services across the estuary, which has the monuments of Kingswear Castle, the Daymark and Coleton Fishacre.

Dartmoor National Park is northwest of Halwell, which covers almost 1,000 square km and has superb walks, biking trails, horse riding routes (with guides if necessary), and seasonal guided tours. A drive southwest from the Moor or west from Halwell will see you in Plymouth, the capital city of the southwest. Visit the National Marine Aquarium and Royal Citadel for the daytime, stock up with as much shopping as you can pack, and maybe stay around and experience the city’s famous nightlife.

Last Word

The Roundhouse Halwell Devon has the space and location to suit people of any age, plus up to three well-behaved dogs who like to get out and about. With the main house and an annexe, there is great flexibility for group size and sleeping arrangements so that everybody can relax from the word go. With a games room and shared access to the swimming pool, kids and adults alike may not feel like stepping off the property.

However, mother nature is all around waiting to be explored, from the estuary of the River Dart to the coast. Walking paths, cycleways and horse riding paths are easily accessible in any direction, so you could quite easily leave the car/s where they are. With areas of outstanding natural beauty and a National Park on your doorstep, health is sure to be enhanced, not to mention snapshots to be uploaded.

There is also a regional capital city on the coast nearby, so shopping, rest and relaxation are guaranteed, plus some excitement of other kinds of that’s your taste. However you spend your time, you’ll have the peace of mind that this spacious and stylish barn conversion nestling deep in the Devon countryside is there waiting when you get home.
The Roundhouse
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