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Situated in an idyllic rural setting of East Devon yet only a short drive to the famous Jurassic Coast. Smallicombe Farm is a traditional working rare breed farm with 4* Gold Award winning B&B and 4* Self-catering cottages. Come and meet the Rare breed pigs, sheep and cattle. You will have the chance to roam through our woodlands and spot wildlife in their native habitat. Wheelchair accessible.
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We stayed in a gorgeous cottage (the Granary) on this beautiful working rare breeds farm in a wonderful part of the country. The cottage was the perfect size for us as two adults and a five year old and everything was provided that we needed....More
Set in picturesque, rural Devon, Smallicombe farm is a real gem. Gracious and helpful hosts, immaculate accommodations, comfortable beds, outstanding breakfast; we had a wonderful stay. Visiting from the US, we were challenged finding our way on the rural roads (don't trust GPS in this...More
Only stayed for two nights in the Cider Barn. Absolutely spotless and I'm fussy. Lovely equipped kitchen, would not say the place was modern in a stylish way but homely and well maintained. Great bed could have got 3 in it! It was nice to...More
We stayed here earlier in the year and really enjoyed it. The accommodation was clean and comfortable and the hosts were friendly. Matt took our daughter round the farm every morning to feed the animals, she loved it. The information packs in the cottage for...More
Just visited and stayed in The Inglenook cottage. This place is beautiful. The accommodation is clean, cosy, warm, and comfortable. We were welcomed with a tray of tea, coffee, sugar and biscuits and a welcome card. The cottage was well equipped with everything we needed....More
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Hi. Its a family run farm and the older gentleman (father in law/grandparent) is less accommodating but we approached "Matt and his wife" (the younger generation) and asked them specifically if we could cuddle piglets and... More
Hi. Its a family run farm and the older gentleman (father in law/grandparent) is less accommodating but we approached "Matt and his wife" (the younger generation) and asked them specifically if we could cuddle piglets and they were more than happy for us to do so and it was amazing! So much so that we had a long chat with them and are planning to go back in January and help with the lambing with Matt. He is the one you need to speak to to organise this. Hope this helps you. Lizzy
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"We've stayed in the self-catering and bed and breakfast accommodation and can recommend them both."