The once prosperous market town of Modbury lies in the heart of this rich farming region. Set in the hills around the Avon Valley, its streets are lined with dignified terraced houses, slate-hung walls, and enticing shop windows with their awnings and pilasters. This thriving village has two traditional pubs, cafes, restaurants, a bistro, and a delicatessen, and is also a vibrant antiques and arts scene. Old Traine Barn is a 14th Century tithe barn conversion overlooking low walled gardens, with meadows and hills beyond. This exceptional holiday home is the ideal choice for large family gatherings, reunions, or groups, looking to stay in the heart of the South Hams. Strode House is a fabulous country manor house set in two and half acres of magnificent private grounds on the outskirts of Modbury. Here, you’ll be close to the golden sandy beaches of Mothecombe and Bigbury-on-Sea, and the rugged tors of Dartmoor National Park. Strode House, with its grand portico and iconic roof balustrades, can sleep up to fourteen guests, making it ideal for large groups and family gatherings.