Higher Venton Farm


www.ventonfarm.com

Helen Hicks welcomes you to

Higher Venton Farm

Widecombe-in-the-Moor

Newton Abbot

TQ13 7TF

Telephone: +44 (0)1364 621235

A warm and friendly welcome awaits you at Higher Venton Farm . A 16th Century thatched Devon longhouse nestling in the green, unspoilt countryside of the Dartmoor National Park just half a mile from the picturesque village of Widecombe-in-the-Moor. We are a 130-acre farm providing traditional farmhouse accommodation with good wholesome cooking using fresh farm produce wherever possible.

At Higher Venton - your holiday can be as active or relaxed as you wish. You can simply unwind and soak-up the peace and quiet of our beautiful countryside or, for the more energetic there is a riding stables five minutes walk down the lane. Why not explore the rugged beauty of Dartmoor - all 365 square miles of it. Join one of the many guided walks.

A pleasant fifteen minute walk down a country lane, past our local real ale inn leads you into the pretty village of Widecombe-in-the-Moor, renowned for its September fair with Bill Brewer, Peter Gurney, and Uncle Tom Cobley and all! Clustered around the beautiful church of St Pancras, often referred to as the Catherdral in the Moor. There are shops, cafes, a National Trust shop with information centre and a 600-year-old public house.

"War Horse" you have seen the movie now come and explore the beautiful location and stay amongst the small thatched farms. Walk the moors and see the ponies running wild.

Bed & Breakfast

From £32.50 per person

Based on two sharing

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