Many of our Devon Farms have invested to ensure their location is accessible to meet the needs of our visitors and guests. Some farms have fully accessible wet room / bathroom facilities whilst others are single level with ground floor bedrooms but wouldn't be appropriate for indoor wheelchair use. Please do check out the locations' Accessibility Guide beforehand.
A family run mixed farm, just 4 miles from Lyme Regis, famous for fossil hunting, the market town of Axminster, and the Jurrasic coast centre at Seaton. Just 3 miles from River Cottage HQ
Spacious 4* cottages set in unspoilt countryside overlooking the sea - minutes from the golden sandy beaches at Woolacombe, Saunton & Croyde and a short walk from Lee Bay and the Grampus village pub.
Set in the East Devon hills close to the Jurrasic Coast, we welcome guests to our working dairy farm. Our cottages have large living areas, underfloor heating, woodburners, well equipped kitchens.
Smallicombe Farm is set in an idyllic location of 70 acres of pasture and ancient woodland and offers excellent self-catering holiday cottage accommodation on a real working farm in Devon.
Stunning location on the North Devon Coast. Award winning luxury cottages that can accommodate 2-6 people in a beautifully restored Barn and Cottage. We offer cosy bolt holes for couples and families.
Escape to our AA 4* Gold Award country guest house. Relax in superb ground floor rooms, enjoy home cooked evening meals. Close to Exmoor, National Trust sites, RHS gardens and wild Atlantic coastline.
Traditional single storey cottage on a small farm with calves, sheep, chickens, ducks, geese and ponies. The 2 bedroom cottage boasts a wonderful inglenook fireplace complete with logburner. A Gem!
Self-catering cottages in South Devon, on a working farm overlooking coastal village of Wembury, in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Close to beaches, coast path, city of Plymouth and Dartmoor.
Wake up to a view of rolling Devon countryside, a scrumptious breakfast and the sound of Shire horses going out to work on a traditional working farm. Biddacott�s medieval farmhouse provides log fires
Regardless of age and ability there is so much to do in Devon. Countryside Mobility runs a charitable scheme to enable visitors with impaired mobility to use all terrain mobility ‘trampers’ at over 18 locations across Devon. Many of the National Trust locations participate in the scheme and also many of the country parks. Also included is Rosemoor Gardens and more recently Lundy Island. Please do check out the detail at https://www.countrysidemobility.org/ and enjoy exploring! Also Heritage Lottery Funding is currently helping to improve accessibility at many of Devon’s wonderful heritage locations. See https://www.countrysidemobility.org/heritage for details.
Locations such as those run by the National Trust and large family visitor attractions have online Accessibility Guides/Information to enable potential visitors to check out beforehand that a location will be suitable for their ability/needs. There are also local shops/locations across Devon where you can hire mobility and living aids for your stay if bringing your own is too difficult. There are no barriers to enjoying all that Devon has to offer.