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Directions - The Old Kennels, Honiton
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The Old Kennels is a flint barn, originally part of Stentwood Estate built by Squire Eccles in the 1890’s, now home to our herd of Alpacas who are kept solely for their fibre. Woodland, wildlife and unspoiled landscapes abound. We are proud to be holders of the Green Tourism Gold Award and take part in 'Get Wild about Devon'.
While you are here why not take a course in traditional skills, hedge laying, arts or cookery, walking or cycling in ancient woodlands, flying lessons, water or motor sports, fishing, enjoy the Jurassic coastline, explore the antique shops of Honiton or Cathederal city of Exeter excellent farm shops, cafés, country pubs, breweries and restaurants in the surrounding area and of course the beautiful Blackdown Hills themselves. Walkers & cyclists are welcome, we have a secure drying area for bikes and wet weather clothes.
We also offer courses in rural and traditional skills and crafts such as silversmithing, glass bead making, stone, wood and willow work.
Accommodation is available throughout the year however, as we run short courses, accommodation rooms will be reserved for those registered on a course. Online booking will be unavailable during these times. If you have booked or are thinking about booking a course please contact us directly to confirm our room availability.
DirectionsView directions provided by hotel
M5 Travelling Southbound - Road: Take M5 South to junction 26 Wellington, take 1st exit off roundabout signed Ruggin.
T junction turn right to ‘Ford Street’ along a narrow winding lane.
T junction turn left to Ford Street and Hemyock, up a long steep hill, at the T junction turn right to ‘Hemyock’
long straight road take the first left turning signed to ‘Hemyock’
turn left at the Catherine Wheel pub (signed ‘Dunkeswell’)
follow road four miles, take left turn signposted 'STENTWOOD'
drive slowly down lane, take first left
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