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A very special place

Hoemoor bungalow is situated over looking our farm and the beautiful Otter Valley within the Blackdown Hills, an area of outstanding natural beauty. From the front of the bungalow you look over the farm across the fields and down the Otter Valley. At the back  you look up over the fields where the cows will be grazing some of the time or if you are lucky enough you might get to watch a cow calve from your armchair.

Perfect for wildlife and bird watching- just wander through the woods at the back of the holiday cottage home, and don’t forget to bring your camera and binoculars!  The peaceful, single track lanes around Hoemoor Farm self catering are adorned with wildflowers in springtime and many of our guests are content to wander around the abundant local footpaths, or cycle  - you really don’t have to drive, if you prefer not to. There are kingfishers along the riverbanks and otters in the local rivers.

The area has many places of interest- Honiton is the nearest town, famous for its lace making, museum, potteries & antiques and has most amenities, interesting craft businesses, shops, bank, etc.  The nearby villages of Upottery and Churchinford have local pubs, and a well stocked community shop at Churchinford. The larger towns of Exeter and Taunton are less than 30 minutes away. The spectacular Dartmoor and Exmoor National Parks are less than an hour’s drive, or you may choose to explore several National trust houses and gardens that are within easy reach. Family days out at Crealy Adventure Park or Cricket St Thomas are favourites for the children.  

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Hoemoor Farm, Upottery, Honiton, Devon EX14 9PB

Tel 01823 60126

Mobile 07709 326870

E mail: info@hoemoorfarm.com



Being on the Devon/Somerset border and not too far from the Jurassic coast of Dorset, we are within easy reach of many fine, sandy beaches.

Lyme Regis, Sidmouth, Exmouth, Weston super Mare or Woolacombe on the North Devon coast are worth exploring, and even a trip into Cornwall for the more adventurous.