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East Raddon Farm
Bed and Breakfast: 6340

East Radddon set in beautiful peace

Pets Allowed:   No
Smoking Allowed:   No
Special Diets:   Yes
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  • Plenty of home baking and real farmhouse fare .
  • A very warm friendly farm welcome to all our guests .
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    East Raddon farm is set in 140 acres of natural grassland that is peacefully grazed by our herd of Hereford cross cows with their calves and a flock of sheep.

    The farm is just four miles from the western edge of Dartmoor with 350 square miles to explore.

    We are nestled in the Lew valley with woodland where red deer graze [some mornings they can be seen from the farmhouse], buzzards fly high, wild rabbits are seen as you approach the farm.

    We welcome our guests to traditional farmhouse accommodation with homemade cakes, fresh fruit in your room along with homemade biscuits.

    If you are still hungry afterwards, perhaps you could enjoy an optional homecooked evening meal using locally sourced ingredients served up in the guest dining room .

    Accommodation is a choice of a very spacious double en-suite or a slightly smaller double/twin with your own private bathroom.

    Both have shower and bath facilities .

    Younger children are most welcome and can be accommodated, either in their parents room with z/bed and or cot or the second guest room can of course become a twin bedded room for those a little older ..

    Breakfast is served at leisure using sausages sourced from an excellent butcher at Launceston, Cornish bacon, very local eggs and homemade preserves made here at East Raddon

    Sylvia's marmalade is even taken home by guests as a special treat!!

    There is a huge number of things to do, places to explore and take in.

    Tavistock, Launceston, Okehampton are all around 11 miles away.

    Lewtrenchard is home to the Manor hotel and historic home to Sabine Baring-Gould, novelist and historian to around 200 work and famous for the familiar hymn "Onward Christen Soliders".

    His home is well worth a visit as is the church of St Peter's. Both are ten minutes stroll from the farm.

    Travel a little further to Lydford Gorge with it's second highest waterfall in England .

    Brentor really should be visited, the ancient church sits high on top of an volcanic larva outcrop.

    You can view this magical site in the distance from the farm yard.

    Go slightly further afield to the Eden Projec, there are many National Trust Properties and of course the cornish coast.

    Or simply stay close by walk the quiet lanes, footpaths or bridleways.

    Spend time soaking in the tranquil quietness that is East Raddon.

    You will be most welcome, come stay, relax, feel very much at home.

    This property appears courtesy of ClickBedAndBreakfast.co.uk

    A spacious double en-suite room
    A spacious double en-suite room
    Enjoy traditional farmhouse hospitality
    Enjoy traditional farmhouse hospitality
    Some of  our cattle here at East Raddon farm
    Some of our cattle here at East Raddon farm
    Welcome to East Raddon
    Welcome to East Raddon

    Pricing and Opening Times
    Seasons Open: Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter.

    Prices are for bed and full breakfast
    Single from......................£35
    Double/Twin room from............£30 per person
    Some discounts on three or more days

    East Raddon farm welcomes guests all year around with the exception of Christmas Eve/Day .

    Family Rooms:
    Single Rooms:
    Double Rooms:
    Twin Rooms:
    Pet Facilities: Pets are not allowed. Guests may bring their own horse/ponies and enjoy basic farm stabling/grazing excellent riding to maps or guided
    Smoking Facilities: Smoking is not allowed.
    Special Diets Provision: Special diets are catered for. Very happy to cater for vegetarians/vegans others please give a little notice
    Disabled Facilities: There are no disabled facilities.

    Arrive at Lewdown by car or bus [this service is not very regular]
    Take the lewtrenchard /chillaton road.
    On seeing the the Lewtrenchard Manor Hotel take the "No Through Road" signed to East Raddon Farm
    You with find the farm 400 metres up this lane on the left hand side .. tea and homemade cake awaiting

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