About Bulleigh Park
Bulleigh Park Farm is traditionally farmed with rare breed sheep. The land has been farmed by the family since 1904. Sustainability is very important to us as we want to look after the environment we live in for future generations.
The location of our stylish self catering cottage and lodge accommodation is hard to beat. We adore hearing our guests compliment the area we love so much.
South Devon’s food is very special. From Angela’s AA award winning breakfast to the pub dinners at a local village Inn, you’re in for a treat. Locally produced, fresh food from steak dinners to seafood platters, South Devon has it all. You can visit one of the local towns, Newton Abbot, Totnes, Torquay, or another, and buy South Devon meats to sizzle on the barbecue at your self catering cottage garden.
Our farm is a working farm, and we were the first working farm in England to achieve a Gold Award for Green Environmental Tourism. That’s something we’re very proud of. You can see farm animals here including Wellsummer hens and pedigree Devon Closewool sheep. Then there’s the natural wildlife to see during your relaxing, yet enthralling walks. You might see the rare Cirl bunting bird, some deer, foxes, rabbits, hare, birds of prey or many other animals, South Devon truly has an abundance of natural wildlife.
Neighbouring us is Hunters Brewery. You can visit and see how great ales are brewed. www.thehuntersbrewery.co.uk
Close by there are many award winning beaches, so we’re in a great location for a South Devon seaside holiday. Dartmoor, vast moorland teaming with natural beauty, is great for long walks, exploring and active days out. Then there’s the historic town of Totnes, intriguing South Devon market towns and quiet little villages for other things to see and do.
Angela knows the area very well and she’s happy to give you advice and information about things to do and where to eat, ensuring your holiday is perfect.