Netherleigh B&B provides three unique rooms. Our Studio room is completely independent from the main house and has its own private entrance, parking & garden which allows total privacy and independence. Our other two rooms, the Snug room & Suite room are within the main house & boasts stunning views of the Axe Valley. Both rooms come with private parking.
Your hosts Sue & John welcome you to Netherleigh B&B in Axminster Devon. In 2008 are new adventure began with the opening our our first B&B room. Over the next few years we expanded to the three rooms we have today. We love where we live and love welcoming guests from all around the world to our home & beautiful area.
Find out about all the places to visit & explore in & around Devon, Dorset & Somerset to make sure
you don't miss out on having your very own three county adventure.
From the ancient site of Stone Henge to the stunning coastline of Durdle Door & the famous Cobb of Lyme Regis
Please take a look at our page things to do
for more interesting places to visit while staying with us.
Why not choose a dining event at River Cottage HQ in their seventeenth century barn. Special events are also held at River Cottage HQ throughout the year.
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It takes only 5 minutes to drive to beautiful Lyme Regis from our B&B. We are set in a beautiful country lane with stunning views.
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It takes only 5 minutes to drive to famous fossil beach Charmouth. We have guest that travel from all over the world to find & collect these fossils. We are set in a beautiful country lane with stunning views.
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Beer beach is a natural suntrap and the waters in the bay are very sheltered with the imposing limestone cliffs giving protection from the wind.
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Set along the historic Jurassic Coast and nestled in the tranquil East Devon countryside in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, their working farm is home to donkeys, mules, large and small
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Archaeologists believe it was constructed from 3000 BC to 2000 BC. The surrounding circular earth bank and ditch, which constitute the earliest phase of the monument, have been dated to about 3100 BC.
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