Great Burrow Cottage in the press…
"A "linhay" is a lean-to turnip shed, mainly found in antique farming manuals, RD Blackmore novels - and at Great Burrow, in Bratton Clovelly. Justin & Mary Ellery have transformed their tumbledown storehouse into a boutique bothy, with beds under the eaves, hammocks in the garden and a firepit for barbeques."
The Guardian - Cool holiday cottages in Devon
"Nothing says modern nostalgia better than this tiny renovated former linhay, or turnip shed, dating from the 1500s …Sleeping five, it has a large garden and sits at the end of a country lane, with views over Dartmoor."
"Step into a light living space of oak floors, antiques and smart wood-burner," says Alastair. "You get a vaulted kitchen swathed in flagstones and a large double room with a pretty iron bed and garden views. Justin and Mary welcome you warmly with organic milk, home-laid eggs and logs."
"Great Burrow Cottage is an old linhay which is chocolate box perfection on the outside but cool and contemporary on the inside – think oak and slate floors, a spiral elm stairase and cute window seats which just beg for a quiet half hour with a book."