Guest information

We love sharing our corner of the world with visitors and treat our guests to a traditional Devon welcome.

You will arrive to one of Lynda’s legendary freshly baked Devon Cream Teas! So when you get here you can put the kettle on (a supply of tea, coffee and milk are provided) and tuck in. They’re so good that Lynda won the North Devon section of Devon Life’s Best Devon Cream Tea competition. If you want to treat yourself some more during your stay, Graze Me Up delivers graze boxes and boards for all occasions.

Staying on a real family farm is a real treat. It’s the perfect combination of a farm holiday with a beautiful holiday cottage. During your stay can collect eggs and enjoy lazy breakfasts and watch the cows come home for milking.

We are here to give advice and help you discover the many hidden treasures that North Devon has to offer. You may never want to leave! We can’t wait to see you soon!

Check-in & Checkout times

Check-in is at 4.00pm and we ask guests to check-out by 9.30am.


Please take a look at our Access Statement for detailed information about both holiday cottages.

Wi-Fi & Workcations

There is WiFi throughout The Haven and Granary Cottage. With a decent size table in both as well, there is space to set up your computer if you have to do some work whilst you’re here.

Parking & Bike storage

There is plenty of parking outside of both the holiday cottages. If you bring your bikes we have secure storage too.

Electric vehicle charging points

EVC is available at both properties. So you can recharge after a day exploring the beautiful North Devon countryside.

Outdoor space

Each holiday cottage has its own outside seating area with a charcoal BBQ. There’s a children’s play area too. 

About us

Bampfield Farm is a working farm has been farmed by the family for 54 years. It has always been a dairy farm as the farm is suited for growing plenty of grass. In the olden days the milk was delivered to customers in neighbouring villages.


Join the farmers club and gain confidence with the animals. Put on your boiler suits and hats ready for work at 9.30am. Help collect the eggs, feed the goats, brush the pony or muck out the stable.

Farm Diary

We know many guests care about where their food comes from and how it is produced, that’s why we’re inviting you to make a new year’s resolution that matters by backing British farming in 2021.