North Devon Farm Holidays

Quality farmhouses, bed & breakfast, self catering and rural properties in stunning locations throughout North Devon

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  • devon surfing
  • explore devon coastal path
  • spacious devon beaches
  • exmoor holiday
  • green devon holiday

Spend a few days relaxing in one of our beautiful bed and breakfast or self catered farm houses. The Southwest is famous for its rolling landscapes and being so close to the Coast. Experience living on a working farm for a few days and you may get to see farmers milking their cows, combining corn and even the birth of a baby lamb.

Get away from the stress of everyday life and walk across the gorgeous countryside, head to the seaside or simply enjoy the stunning views that North Devon has to offer including Exmoor and Dartmoor.

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Holidays on our North Devon Farms

The North Devon farms group all pride themselves on their warmth of welcome and the quality of their produce, which they enjoy sharing with you.
Enjoy your farm stay in beautiful North Devon. Farmers welcome you and provide top quality, comfortable bed and breakfast with delicious home produced breakfasts or quality self catering cottages offering unique and memorable experiences of life in a rural setting.


While staying with us on a North Devon Farm you can explore The dramatic South West coastal path where North Devon's coastline gives panoramic views of some of the best unspoilt sandy beaches in the country - Saunton, Croyde, Putsborough, Woolacombe, Instow, Westward Ho, and Widmouth bay to the north. Sandymouth, Duckpool, (both National Trust beaches), Crooklets and Summerleaze in Bude, near Holsworthy.

All offer crystal blue seas where you can surf, swim, or just chill out in a deck chair. They contrast with the rugged cliffs of Hartland point and Clovelly.Braunton Burrows is a world-class environment deemed a biosphere by UNESCO. This is an internationally protected area of outstanding natural beauty rich in wildflowers and birdlife.There are a network of inland paths, such as The Tarka Trail and the Ruby Way ideal for cycle or walking holidays. They wind through the brightly coloured patchwork of fields bounded by hedgerows, woodlands and streams.

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