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Welcome to our family farm, nestled in the heart of the outstanding Jurassic Coast (World Heritage Site). Set in over eighty acres of beautiful rural Devon, the farm yard is home to Cows, Pigs, Sheep and Chickens. Hartgrove Hill Farm provides the perfect base for families and friends to explore both Devon and Dorset.
The Farm is surrounded with an abundance of locally produced goods, from beef and wine to fresh fish and vegetables. This produce is effortlessly accessible with plenty of restaurants and vine yards nearby. Across the fields, guests can experience the finest of these locally produced goods by visiting the famous River Cottage, run by Television chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall.
With breath-taking views, long coastal walks, picturesque villages and the best of the South West countryside at your door step, why not relax, unwind and marvel at the surroundings day and night. Our wish is our guests can enjoy, relax and feel at home on the farm and be their base whilst they enjoy the best of Britain.
This traditional British farm boasts plenty of room to park cars, trailers and even boats. We welcome everyone from hen parties and reunions to weddings and family holidays. Guests can enjoy a game of Rounders or Cricket whilst admiring a view across rolling countryside to the sea. Hartgrove Hill Farm is a cosy, laid back and welcoming atmosphere perfect for a Real Holiday.
Stroll along the Jurassic Coastal pathways made famous by their mysterious fossils and stunning coast line stretching from Exmouth in East Devon to Studland Bay in Dorset, a distance of about ninety six miles.
The Farm overlooks the Axe Vale Valley in the West and has views stretching to the East all the way to the Jurassic Coast. In addition why not explore the wonderful panorama of the South West from the heights of Golden Cap?
From freshly caught fish and mussels to brewed beer and cider, the local area has a wealth of locally sourced ingredients and artisan producers. Explore the weekly markets and the daily shops to find the freshest produce.
Indulge yourself by visiting historical locations where the Duke of Monmouth started his rebellion of 1685 in the regal town of Lyme Regis, or visit the smuggler caves of the notorious Jack Rattenbury in the fishing village of Beer.