We have four birds of prey here at Widmouth Farm and if you are lucky enough you may see them all.
The peregrine falcons nest on our cliff tops, the sparrow hawks hunt down sparrow alley, whilst the kestrels hover overhead awaiting the slightest movement from within a hedge, goyle or thicket of gorse.
Best of all the buzzard soars above carried by the swirls of wind as it glides effortlessly on thermals over Widmouth woodland whilst silouetted against the background of Hangmans Hill in the distance.
Come to Widmouth Farm Cottages and get a very special welcome from our very own hospitality manager, who is longing to meet and greet you.
Bianca is the life and sole of life here at Widmouth Farm. At all times of the day she is there to help you chill and relax.
Whether it is engaging in a little friendly banter over lunch or helping each other to relax with a friendly cuddle. Bianca epitomises the relaxed atmosphere here at Widmouth Farm.
Watching the sun go down at Widmouth Farm Cottages
Let the Sun go down on another glorious day at Widmouth Farm Cottages
We never tire of this fabulous view and on a sunny day like today it is ‘soul food’ to do a dog walk along the coastal footpath. Why not come and join us? We are now offering special prices on 2 night breaks – see the front page of our website for up-to-date prices & offers www.widmouthfarmcottages.co.uk
12 April to 17 May 2013: an extra night free on any booking for 3 nights or more + the price of your holiday includes a voucher for each person to have a treat at Damien Hirst’s restaurant, Number 11 The Quay, when you can also see his sculpture ‘Verity’ which graces Ilfracombe harbour. [This applies to bookings made on or after 17.4.13]
Coast Magazines Best Beach award for 2012 has been given to Woolacombe Beach, just 15 minutes drive from Widmouth Farm Cottages. Our own beach is pretty spectacular too, with something for everyone to enjoy: swimming or canoeing or body boarding at high tide and sandcastles and rock pools at low tide.
Flash the friendly ewe gave birth to these delightful quads today, 26th Feb 13. Come & visit them this spring or over Easter!
Relaxing at Widmouth Farm Cottages
When you come to Widmouth Farm it is impossible not to turn off and relax, with our wonderful scenery and very own private beach. You will be ably assisted by our very own Widmouth Farm relaxation manager (pictured), who is at this very momment practicing whilst awaiting your arrival.