Devon and Cornwall are wonderful places to go on holidays as there is just so much to do.
Devon and Cornwall are fantastic places to visit for cycling enthusiasts. There are lots of different cycle routes and plenty of beautiful spots to stop for a picnic.
We are happy to offer our cyclists the following during there stay with us:
- an evening meal / packed lunch ( there is a charge for this service)
- filling of water bottles
- drying of clothes
- locked storage of cycles
- We have a range of maps and circular routes around the area for those who stay more than one night.
- We are close to cycle route 3 and Land’s End to John o’ Groat’s route.
Devon and Cornwall are brilliant places to see if you enjoy walking holidays. With a huge range of routes and several areas of Natural Beauty you are bound to enjoy this holiday.
We offer walkers a warm welcome.
Clothes wet on arrival? Please give them to Val to dry for you.
Small first aid kit available.
Food arrangements: a drinks tray in your rooms.
Evening meals and pack lunches are available by prior arrangement and for a small fee.
Early breakfast can be catered for. I will always top up water flasks, bring these in at breakfast and I will see to these.
Weather information is on the red button of the television.
We can provide a number of walking route maps and booklets which you are welcome to use during your stay. There are a small selection of O.S. maps which you may borrow too.
For Farming Enthusiasts
If you are interested in farming or love animals then staying on a farm makes for an excellent holiday.
Enjoy a farm tour with Val, Angus, or one of the family.
Angus, is the youngest of the Wood family, but is already keen to play his part and be a young farmer one day. He loves to show everyone around this wonderful corner of North Devon. From the top fields, he will point out both Dartmoor and Bodmin moor in the distance.
Walking around the farm, Angus will probably point out to you his small flock of 6 sheep within his Dad’s many hundred. He is very proud of them.
From Spring through to Autumn, the livestock will be out grazing and the farm dogs will of course be working, whilst the farm cats are soaking up the sun.
You may be lucky when you are out on your walk to spot some wildlife such as foxes, buzzards, house martins, geese, deer etc. Depending on the time of day that you walk and time of year that you come and stay with us.
Do remember to bring your wellies or suitable walking boots.
At this current time we will ask you to wash and sanitise your hands before and after your tour to be safe. Thank you.
Please do not touch gates or fences for everyone’s safety.