Devon Eco Lodges and Farm Cottages

Special Offer When You Book Direct

Guests booking direct with Wheatland Farm are offered a  2hr free family activity for each school holiday week: whittling, pond dipping, pole lathe wood turning, etc- even make nettle string!  Just see Ian at the start of your holiday week and discuss what you’d like to do.
Do some pond dipping
PLUS: Book direct with Wheatland Farm during January or February for July or August 2019 and we’ll leave a free bottle of Devon cider in your accommodation. Enjoy the taste of Devon on the veranda after a day exploring nearby. Use code LOCALBREW when you book.

Wheatland Farm: Just 5 places to stay, just for people like you.

Even if you don’t come with friends, you might well leave with new ones. Check out our accommodation page for details of our lodges and the cottage. But in summary, Beech Lodge sleeps 6 and has an optional hot tub. Balebarn Lodge sleeps 8, and also has a hot tub option. Nuthatch and Honeysuckle Lodges are next door to each other and each sleep 4. Otter Cottage is in the farmyard by the fishing pond and sleeps 4.

Devon Holiday Fun

All our self catering holiday accommodation comes with access to our outdoor facilities, including bikes, boats, and 21 wildlife rich acres to explore. And we have a long list of things to do nearby, ranging from independent bike adventures for young teens to soft play for a rainy day, or all sorts of things in between.

Images of Wheatland Farm

Here are some images to give you a flavour of Wheatland Farm, our Devon Nature Reserve and holiday heaven!

Book an Accessible Eco Lodge

Balebarn Lodge is all on one level, and has a wet room shower, so it’s perfect for families where stairs and steps are a problem. Balebarn Lodge has its own access statement – but you can also ring us if you have any specific queries. We’re happy to help.

Your green and sustainable holiday home

Wheatland Farm has won many accolades for green tourism, including twice winning Visit England’s top award for sustainable tourism.  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.