A brilliant Italian agriturismo – in Devon: Glebe House review

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An agriturismo stay might be tricky to organise just now, but a new restaurant-with-rooms four miles inland from Branscombe in east Devon could be a very acceptable substitute. Hugo and Olive Guest have taken over a Georgian vicarage that Hugo’s parents ran as a B&B for years, renovated it and, importantly, added a bakery, a temperature-controlled ageing room and a polytunnel in the six-hectare (15 acre) grounds. They opened fully on 17 May, with five bedrooms, a restaurant operating Thursday to Sunday, and “simple suppers” for guests the rest of the week.

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