Smythen Farm Holiday Cottages

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Farm cottage self-catering holidays

A really enjoyable holiday is to be experienced in a self-catering farm cottage. The opportunity to stay in outstanding countryside, seeing and understanding how the country side is managed, looking out upon the animals grazing in the field or the wonderful sight of the harvest, gives one a sense of well being.

Today self-catering farm cottages are not like they were in the 80s. Smythen Farm's cottages are of a high standard, offering quality furnishings and equipment for today's holiday maker.
The Easter period is a wonderful time of the year to enjoy a farm-based holiday with the arrival of spring - the pasture lands are beautiful and lush, the spring flowers are in full bloom, and the lambing and calving season is in full swing. The meadows are full of baby lambs and calves skittishly running about. The wild animal and bird life are making homes and producing their young, which is a joy to see.

May and June heralds early summer, providing longer days to enjoy time at Smythen Farm holiday cottages. The lambs and calves are still running about, and with warmer weather and longer daylight, this is the best time of year for walking holidays.
The summer months are a fabulous time to rent a farm cottage. With balmy summer days, the harvest is in full swing and the local sandy beaches at Woolacombe, Croyde, Saunton Sands and Combe Martin provide excellent leisure activities.

Smythen Farm also has lots of farm animals for you and your family to enjoy, including our Kune Kune pigs, sheep, very friendly horses and donkeys, plus the chickens.

September to November offers those who wish to avoid school holidays a quiet, peaceful time. Many of our clients like to bring their dogs to take advantage of the excellent local walks, which include the Exmoor National Park.

So why not give a farm holiday a chance if you haven't experienced one already? At Smythen Farm holiday cottages, we offer a wonderful family environment with lots of really enjoyable things to do around the farm, including swimming in the pool, the games room, the young children's play area and as mentioned above the animals.

The self catering farm cottages at Smythen Farm are designed to offer spacious comfortable, clean accommodation, whilst giving children the ability to roam and explore in a safe environment.

If your children would like to enjoy a day with horses, we can recommend a very enjoyable day at Thinking Horses http://www.riding-school-north-devon.co.uk Prices are really reasonable and is very close to Smythen Farm holiday cottages.

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Lovely stay at Smythen Farm Holiday Cottages hosted by Bill and his farm animals. The kids loved it - especially the upside down cottage. Thanks for a lovely stay in beautiful North Devon.
Fiona Harrison on 2014-06-24 23:42:53
We stayed here for the May half term, in Honeysuckle cottage. There was plenty of space for two adults and two kids, the kitchen was well equipped and there was even a washing machine (very useful when you have two little boys!). The cottage faced the courtyard (the swimming pool). Some of the cottages face onto the field, so have an amazing view. The farm is lovely, there are animals to feed, a small heated and covered swimming pool, playground and play room. Kids
Veronika Tarasova-Newlands on 2014-06-10 18:04:04
Many thanks to all at Smythen Farm – we stayed in Fisherswood Cottage for a 4 night stay on 16th March. We found the cottage really well laid out and very comfortable. The location for visiting North Devon is as good as you could get. A great break.
Rob Cook on 2014-03-26 23:57:52
My wife and I have just returned from a week`s holiday in Honey Pot cottage at Smythen Farm and enjoyed every minuet of our stay. Despite it being the middle of march and the wind blowing full force outside the cottage was lovely and warm. It was well appointed clean and had all we needed to make our stay perfect. Despite dropping in on spec on a Sunday afternoon we were greeted with a friendly welcome from our host and nothing seemed to be too much trouble.In the h
Craig Johnson on 2014-03-25 23:37:53
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