Days out in North Devon during your holiday or break away.
North Devon is bursting at the seams with days out to suit all ages and there is always a day trip suitable for any time of year.
Why not take a trip across to Lundy Island via the ferry from Ilfracombe harbour or spend the morning at Combe Martin Wildlife & Dinosaur Park one morning before heading into the nearby coastal village of Combe Martin where there is an abundance of things to do including the Combe Martin Museum and Surfside Kayak Hire centre!
A great day out for all ages to enjoy, come rain or shine.
Combe Martin Wildlife & Dinosaur Park is just minutes from Middle Dean Farmhouse. Easily, a full afternoon or morning of entertainment to be had here at any time of the year. The park features an indoor kids soft play area, numerous cafés, many life-size Dinosaurs to find as well as a wide range of birds and animals to enjoy.Visit the website
The North Devon coast is a haven for the outdoor enthusiast.
If you love the great outdoors and salty sea air, then a stay at Middle Dean Farmhouse will be right up your street.
There are many great coastal walks to be discovered along the North Devon coast path and further inland around some of North devon’s most beautiful villages and hamlets alike. Be sure to bring the bikes too! If you have a love for water sports, then a stay at Middle Dean Farmhouse will be perfect for you.
One of a few protected landscape in the South West of England.
The North Devon Coast Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty was designated in 1960, under the 1949 National Parks and Access to the Countryside Act. The primary purpose of AONB designations is: “To conserve and enhance natural beauty”.
The North Devon Coast AONB contains a diversity of scenery, landscapes and habitats and encompasses the Hartland Heritage Coast, North Devon Heritage Coast and the internationally famous UNESCO Biosphere Reserve centred on Braunton Burrows.
The best places to eat & drink during your stay.
Within a 15 mile radius you will be truly spoilt by the wide variety of vey good restaurants, bars, pubs and cafés that North Devon has to offer.
From places like the The Old Station House Inn at Blackmoor Gate, to good Fish & Chips in nearby Ilfracombe and Combe Martin or a luxury dining experience at nearby Kentisbury Grange perhaps?
The Coach House at Kentisbury Grange.
Set in land from the coast but just a few minutes drive from Middle Dean Farmhouse, Kentisbury Grange is an idyllic Coach House serving the very best locally sourced food from the local area.
The celebrated restaurant was awarded three AA Rosettes in 2017 and Gold for Restaurant of the Year in the South West Tourism Awards 2016 for the second year running.Visit the website