Category: News


Pre-Christmas Winter Warmer

Book a pre-Christmas self catering break in lovely Fursdon Cottage between 16th November and 17th December and receive a generous 20% discount. Bring boots, children and the dog and relax with a good ... Read More

Garden Wing Winter breaks

The warm and cosy Garden Wing apartment is available for dates between 19th Nov and 3rd December with a generous discount of 20%. Come for a weekend or mid week break or stay longer for Christmas shop... Read More

Park Wing Special September Stays

The elegant and spacious Park Wing has some unexpected September spaces and we would like to pass on some special deals to you. We have reduced our short breaks by 25% from Monday 17th September to Mo... Read More

Planning Ahead!

It’s a time of looking back and looking forward at historic Fursdon House. The tail end of the House Opening season with just 3 more weeks of welcoming visitors to its attractive and colourful garde... Read More

High days, Holidays and Dog days

The ancient Romans called the hottest, most humid days of summer “dog days." The name came about because they associated the hottest days of summer with the star Sirius, the dog-star. This year the ... Read More

Late Special Offer 20 to 27 July

Our stunning Fursdon Cottage has a summer space - just the one! Beginning of the summer holidays, weather fantastic in Devon! Why not come for a week and stay in Fursdon Cottage on the Fursdon Estate,... Read More

Very Last Minute 13 to 16 July

Both The Park Wing and The Garden Wing, our elegant holiday apartments are available for a short and very last minute break this weekend. Just two days to make up your mind! Come on Friday and leave o... Read More

Fursdon appreciated

A slightly unusual blog but well worth sharing this little nugget. An e-mail came into the inbox at Fursdon this morning and gave us all a warm feeling. Dear Judi, I was woken very early this morning ... Read More

Fursdon Orchards Apple Juice

There are some very old orchards at Fursdon, Devon, which are tucked away on the estate and not seen much by visitors, but the apples that come from them are accessible to all in the form of Fursdon a... Read More