The small village of Ringmore dates all the way back to the Domesday Book. This scattering of pretty thatched cottages, in a quiet valley wending westward towards Aymer Cove, is served by a popular inn, The Journey’s End, and The Church of All Hallows. The parish includes the shoreline hamlet of Challaborough, and much of the hinterland is owned by the National Trust. On the outskirts of the village is Kimberley Garden Cottage, a cosy ground floor apartment providing the perfect retreat for small families or couples.The rambling 13th century property of Lower Manor Farm provides a unique location for large groups or family gatherings. Sitting in a peaceful valley, the unusual house is just a 10 minute walk from Aymer Cove and a short walk to the superb village pub. It is also one of our many dog-friendly holiday homes.