Summer Availability Summary 2017
All our self catering holiday accommodation comes with access to our outdoor facilities, including bikes, boats, and 21 wildlife rich acres to explore. Book now for best availability. ***2hr free family activity for school holiday weeks: whittling, pond dipping, pole lathe wood turning, even make nettle string!***
Availability Summary (full info and dates available through the links):
Balebarn Lodge is an ultra-low carbon building. Huge bifold doors opening onto a phenomenal view. Four bedrooms (a double, a twin/triple, a bunk and an single/double).
Available weeks commencing 15 July, 22 July, 29 July.
Four night break Tues 29 August to Saturday 2 Sep now £715 to fill a gap. This is 4 nights for the usual weekend price and is about £13.50 ppn for 8 people.
Beech Lodge the biggest of our three wooden lodges, has a double bedroom, a twin bedroom and a bunk room, plus a bathroom with over-bath shower and a large open plan kitchen/living area.
Now fully booked mid July to end August.
Honeysuckle Eco Lodge has a double bedroom and a cross-over bunk room, with a good-sized open plan living/cooking area. Shower in bathroom.
Available 26 August
Nuthatch Eco Lodge has a double bedroom and a cross-over bunk room, with a good-sized open plan living/cooking area. Small bath (good for young children) and over-bath shower.
Available 15 July, 22 July
Otter Cottage has a double bedroom (with a lovely view across the ponds to Dartmoor) and a twin bedroom upstairs. There’s a standard bathroom with an over bath shower. Downstairs, the cottage has an open plan living /kitchen area with a wood burning stove.
Available 15 July, 22 July, 12 August, 26 August.
Click on the links above for more information and pictures about each lodge or the cottage. Each accommodation unit also has an access statement – or ring us if you have any specific queries. We’re happy to help.
Wheatland Farm has won many accolades for green tourism. We held Gold in the Green Tourism Business Scheme from 2008 to 2016 (but have now left the scheme due to concerns about its expansion plans) and have held Gold level approval from the Devon Wildlife Trust since 2007. In both 2012 and 2015 Wheatland Farm won England’s top national award for sustainable tourism (the Gold award from Visit England). We’ve won the Gold award for sustainable tourism twice for both Devon (2011,2014) and for the South West region (2012, 2015). We run the whole farm for wildlife, and one third of it, Popehouse Moor, is a Site of Special Scientific Interest for its culm grassland habitats and rare plants and animals. We use traditional management techniques here in consultation with Natural England and the Devon Wildlife Trust. By staying here you help make this management financially viable. We take great care over the environmental impact of both the business and our own lifestyles – if you want to know more, see our environmental policy, read our greening blogs or ask us a question.