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A lovely relaxing break was had by all at Halsbeer Farm. We had the Haybarn that sleeps 7 and there was comfortably enough room for us all and the dog. My bed was VERY comfy but another party member had trouble with his bed. The...More
We have just returned from a perfect weeks break at Halsbeer Farm. We are 2 families travelling together with 2 boys and a teenage girl, so it's not always possible to get bedrooms to suit, but this layout was perfect, and meant everyone had their...More
The Apple Cottage was our pet friendly location for a long weekend to get away from the hustle and bustle of life.
So, for the last few days of 2017 into 2018, we spent a tranquil and peaceful couple of days in bliss. Our hosts...More
Just back from a lovely short break at Halsbeer Farm staying in Cider Cottage. My partner uses a wheelchair and the cottage was fully accessible on the the ground floor with wide doors & bedroom with ensuite wetroom, grab rails etc., we encountered no problems...More
We have just returned from a two week stay at cider cottage in Halsbeer Farm, Cullompton. The location is remote and peaceful but is ideally placed to explore the stunning Devon coast and countryside. Areas of Dorset and Somerset are also within easy reach. If...More
Response from HalsbeerFarm | Property representative |
Hi Chris. Lovely to hear from you. I did try to send you a personal message after receiving yours but perhaps you haven't had it. My husband Mark and I moved to Halsbeer in March this year with our two children, Mia (8) and... More
Hi Chris. Lovely to hear from you. I did try to send you a personal message after receiving yours but perhaps you haven't had it. My husband Mark and I moved to Halsbeer in March this year with our two children, Mia (8) and Felix (6). I have been researching a bit of the history of the farm. I know it has been in the hands of Frosts, Brooms and Snells in the past. What was your surname? Take a look at my blog posts on our website, you will also see more photos of the farm and cottages as it is now. I'm not allowed to post web addresses on Trip Adviser but if you google Halsbeer Farm you should find it. I'd love to know more about your time here. Best wishes Katie.