From Barnstaple, take the A39 towards Bideford. Take the turning on your right towards Torrington and Okehampton (A386). At the island turn left, then at the mini island, turn right. You will then go over a bridge, at the mini island turn left. Follow this road for a short distance and turn left at the next junction towards Holsworthy. After about a mile take a right turn towards Bradworthy. Stay on this road for 12 1/2 miles, you will see Lew Barn on the left, next to Lew Farm. If you reach the village, you have gone too far.

From Holsworthy, take the A3072 towards Bude. Take the second turn to Bradworthy. Stay on this road until you reach Bradworthy Square. Take the right turn to Bideford, and you will find Lew Barn on the right after approx. 1/4 mile.

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