Welcome to North Bradbury Farm
North Bradbury Farm offers self catering baby, toddler,child and family friendly farm holiday accommodation in the heart of North Devon, with lots of farm activities and experiences to encourage Early Years Learning.
Situated between the traditional market town of South Molton ‘ The gateway to Exmoor ‘ and the pretty village of Chittlehampton, North Bradbury Farm is located in the middle of beautiful countryside with stunning South facing views. The barn has an airy, contemporary interior and has been divided into two – The Stables and The Cider Barn. Both self catering cottages are fully child friendly with everything from plug covers and stair gates to window catches and changing mats! They are both fully equipped and even have a few touches you might not have expected like a Devon cream tea upon your arrival!
The barn is delightfully placed in the middle of the farm yard surrounded by free range chickens, ducks, cats, dogs, horses and ponies, pigs, geese, goats and sheep. Come and help Farmer Chris feed the animals, collect the eggs, and ride our ponies – a real `hands on’ experience. Then there is always our outdoor heated pool, the play areas and the farm to explore!
As well as keeping the children happy we have things for the grown–ups too! A farm shop full of home made and local yummies! Frozen take- away’s, games and DVD’s for a relaxing night in, or meat to barbecue or you could book the baby sitter and go to the pub. There is even clay pigeon shooting and holistic beauty treatments – there is something for everyone !
We are located just a ten minutes drive from the North Devon link road giving perfect access to explore and enjoy Exmoor National Park and the North Devon Coast with it’s lovely award winning beaches and many attractions.
North Devon has fabulous walking, cycling, fishing, golf and riding. The area is abundant with wildlife and really has everything to provide you with a truly memorable happy and fun self catering family holiday!
‘Arrive as guests – leave as friends!’