Beacon Hill Farm, TQ13
This 500 year old Dartmoor farm looks out on to iconic tors including the Buckland Beacon, as well as the impressive valley hills rising out of the surrounding open moorland.
Nestled at the end of a long private drive is a charming collection of old stone farm buildings, including unconverted barns and outbuildings, flaunting original features inside and out. The main thatched farmhouse is also available for interiors and leads out onto natural gardens, with its cobbled front, moss-covered stone walls and a productive vegetable patch.
- 15+ acres of moorland, grass fields, woodland, gardens including a vegetable patch, along with an old quarried area
- Far-reaching views across Dartmoor with direct access onto the moors via the farm’s ancient sheep run
- Olde English farm setting with a collection of old stone barns, outbuildings and the thatched farmhouse (available for interiors)
- Additional converted stable annexe (available for interiors) to the rear of the main house
- Private concrete roads and tracks
- Landrover defender and a refurbished 1977 Cartlight continental caravan
- Chicken and horses
FACILITIES AT THE FARM
An area of hardstanding is available for the parking of around 8-10 crew vehicles, with further space available in a nearby field if needed. Crew are also welcome to base themselves in the annexe, which has access to its own kitchen, toilet, lounge and bedroom.
Local caterers can be recommended upon request, with a selection of takeaways and dine-in options also available within 5 miles of the farm.
Beacon Hill Farm can offer overnight stays in the annexe, sleeping up to 4 persons in two double beds, and further accommodation locally includes 3x self catering options just over 3 miles from the farm and hotels within 5 miles.
GETTING TO BEACON HILL FARM
Trains run from London Paddington to Newton Abbot (journey time approx: 2 hours 20 mins). The farm is approximately a 30 minute drive from Newton Abbot train station.
Central London is approximately 3-4 hours by car.