The local area

Enjoy Coast & Moor

Enjoy Coast
& Moor

Thanks to Home Place Farm’s incredible location, you can make the most of the charming countryside, including the rugged Exmoor, as well as enjoy easy access to several of North Devon’s gorgeous beaches! 

A view across Porlock Common, with Porlock Bay in the distance, Exmoor National Park, England.

Coast and moor

Devon is home to some of the finest beaches in the South West. Expect to find award-winning stretches of sand, hidden coves, rare wildlife, fabulous spots for surfing and swimming and Areas of Oustanding Natural Beauty!

Places to visit

With heaps of locals places to visit, the trickiest part will be deciding where you want to go first! From breathtaking gardens that have been carefully crafted to showcase exotic blooms to the family-friendly Exmoor Zoo, there is plenty for everyone.

Discover Exmoor

Explore our Exmoor National Park

A wild and enchanting landscape made up of moorland, woodland, coast and river, a visit to Exmoor is a true treat. From gentle strolls to take in the views, to wildlife safaris and stargazing, there is plenty to see and do on Exmoor.

Grilled salmon with sauce and herbs served at restaurant


From traditional pubs serving up tasty produce to fine dining experiences and tearooms brimming with tasty cakes, foodies will find plenty to enjoy! To help you satisfy those cravings, we’ve put together some of the top cafes, pubs and restaurants in the area.


Things to do

With so many things to do on offer in Devon, there will never be a dull moment! Enjoy horse riding, golf, fishing and boat trips, SUP and kayaking, or slow the pace right down with a trip to the cosy local cinema.

Lee Bay viewed by woman hiker, with rucksack and walking poles, on the South West Coastal Path in Devon UK. Grid reference 51.199265 -4.187370 photographed in July 2014 Copy space,horizontal photograph. CampHike2014


There are lots of interesting places to wander in Challacombe! On the other side of the valley is the spectacular Shoulsbury hillfort, enclosing about five acres with double banks and ditches, and containing a Bronze Age barrow, with a Neolithic stone set nearby. Plus there is a wide variety of walks on Exmoor National Park.



Boasting secluded coves, award-winning golden stretches of sand and Areas of Oustanding Natural Beauty that are just brimming with wildlife, we’re not biased when we say that North Devon boasts some of the best beaches in the South West! To help you plan your visit, we’ve put together a few of our favourite sandy spots.