Teasel (4 at Wildflower Farm East Devon)
The Owner Says
About Wildflower Farm East Devon
Glampers – yes. Campers with own tents, campervans, motorhomes, caravans, groups, dogs – no.
The site is situated in the Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and there's an abundance of pretty walks starting with the walks through the site's own 50 acres of wildflower meadows. Footpath guides and local maps are available from the farm. The farm is situated approximately 10 miles from the Jurassic coast with many beaches to choose from including Lyme Regis, Branscombe and Sidmouth within striking distance. Lyme Regis has an abundance of places to eat and drink as well as a museum from where there are daily fossil hunting trips, fishing trips, paddleboard lessons, board and kayak hire. Bridport (20 miles away) has a well-known antiques centre with a vintage market on the last Sunday of every month.
Food & Drink
There is a shop on site selling the farm's own apple juice, cider and seasonal veg as well as a few campsite supplies and, during June, there is a pop-up restaurant, Breathe@Goren, every Thursday, Friday and Saturday evening offering a six-course fine dining experience with paired drinks from local producers. Booking in advance is essential via Ticket Source. There are two pubs within 40 minutes walking distance: The Tuckers Arms (01404 881342) in Dalwood is the closest, about two miles from site while The Kings Arms (01404 881 686) in Stockland is a little further. The Dalwood Vineyard (07909 545426) is also within walking distance. Other places worth a visit are The Tytherleigh Arms (01460 220214) and River Cottage Kitchen in Axminster, both within 10 miles of Goren Farm. Market day in Axminster is Thursday and there's more local produce available at Millers Farm Shop which you will see on your left hand side as you drive into the town. For a coffee in town, Higgler Coffee is recommended. Axminster also has a choice of two supermarkets. In Lyme Regis, recommended options include Tierra Kitchen (01297 445189) for vegetarian food, Robin Wylde (07308 079427), The Oyster and Fish House (01297 446910) and Pop-Up Kitchen (07803 574548) while Bridport's Red Brick Cafe is a good choice if you're browsing the vintage quarter.
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Rated ★★★★★ over 1 reviews
Beautiful tent and lovely site
Response from Wildflower Farm East Devon
Wildflower Farm East Devon is located at Goren Farm, Stockland, Millhayes, Honiton EX14 9EN
The closest railway stations are Axminster and Honiton, both around seven miles away. From either you would need to take a taxi for the last part of the journey.