Kingfisher Barn is an attractive stone converted barn which provides superior accommodation for up to 8 people staying at Lower Marsh Farm. Set over 2 floors, the top floor boasts a large open plan kitchen/living area with oak flooring, dining table and a fitted kitchen with all modern conveniences. Outside there’s a private garden area with your own hot tub, dining table, chairs and BBQ.
The Barn has a wall mounted television, Blu-Ray/DVD player. There are books, board games, jigsaws and DVDs in the the property for your use.
There is level access from the main entrance to:Kingfisher Barn bathroom
Access with steps
Level access bedrooms
Travel by public transport
By car is the best way, though visitors could travel by bus or train to Plymouth or Saltash then get a taxi to Lower Marsh Farm. A taxi from Plymouth will cost around £25 – £30 and take approximately 30 minutes. A taxi from Saltash will cost around £20 and take approximately 15 minutes.
Travel by taxi
Kingfisher Barn is on 2 levels and has an entrance on each. The main entrance (lower level) is to the bedrooms and bathrooms and has no steps but does have a threshold, whereas the upper entrance, to the kitchen and living area, has 9 steps and then a further 2 steps once through the door.
Path to main entrance
Getting around inside
Kingfisher Barn kitchen and separate Boot Room
Self catering kitchen
Kingfisher Barn kitchen
The kitchen is upstairs (13 stairs), and the main entrance is downstairs.
Kingfisher Barn lounge
The lounge is upstairs.
Kingfisher Barn bathroom
There is a shower above the bath.
Getting around outside
The gardens can be accessed internally from the kitchen door upstairs (includes 13 stairs from main entrance), or externally from the steps (5) leading from the courtyard to the other entrance (kitchen).
Hot tub area - upper terrace
Hot tub area can be reached via kitchen and gardens or via courtyard and gardens, 9 steps from garden.
Customer care support
There is a car port close to the main entrance with a power point.
Customer care support
The proprietors live on site and are normally available to help. On rare occassions the farm is un-staffed overnight.