Guyscliffe Farm

Wildlife haven surrounded by woodlands offering different outdoor and camping accommodation experience.

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Guyscliffe Farm

Key Features
Picturesque setting in Exmoor National Park
Access to coastal sights, walks and wildlife
Places to explore nearby (Valley of Rocks, South West Coast Path and Combe Martin beaches)

A tranquil escape in a picturesque setting – Guyscliffe Farm offers unbeatable access to a wealth of rural and coastal sights in Devon.

Positioned near Combe Martin Bay and set atop hills that make up Exmoor National Park, the site is surrounded by extensive woodland and wildlife.

Semi-retired owners Caron and Tony bring over 15 years of hospitality experience to the table from their past B&B business in Bristol, helping you arrange trips with ease.

The nearby Valley of Rocks gives you a 30-minute walk through rock pinnacles created during the Ice Age, or get the South West Coast Path within 10 minutes for a relaxing stroll.

Afterwards, settle in the barbecue area and appreciate the scenic sea view as you gather around the logburner.

You’re also free to wander around the grounds and observe the wildlife that often passes through.

Though set away from the hustle and bustle, Combe Martin beaches are only a 10-minute drive away, as is Ilfracombe at a mere 15.

Guyscliffe Farm caters to a holiday ready to be made – come and make yours here soon.

Frequently Asked Questions

    • Q: How close is Guyscliffe Farm to the coast?
      A: Guyscliffe Farm is a 10-minute drive from Combe Martin beaches and 15-minutes from Ilfracombe.

    • Q: How many years of hospitality experience do Tony and Caron, owners of Guyscliffe Farm, have?
      A: Tony and Caron have more than 15 years of hospitality experience in running a B&B in Bristol.

    • Q: Can I access the South West Coast Path at Guyscliffe Farm?
      A: Yes, the South West Coast Path is accessible within 10 minutes of Guyscliffe Farm

    • Q: Is there an area to gather around on site?
      A: Yes, there is a shared barbecue and firepit area at Guyscliffe Farm where guests can gather around.

    • Q: Are there any good walks nearby?
      A: Yes, the Valley of Rocks, a steep natural vale dotted with rock pinnacles carved out during the Ice Age, is a great walk from Guyscliffe Farm, taking only half an hour to reach.

    • Q: What wildlife can I expect to see at Guyscliffe Farm?
      A: Guests visiting Guyscliffe Farm can expect to explore the vast grounds and see a variety of wildlife scampers across.

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Address: Guyscliffe farm, Rectory Rd, Combe Martin, Ilfracombe EX34 0NS, UK

Amelia Bunce avatarAmelia Bunce
7 months ago
Really loved this campsite. It is quirky and has a beautiful view. There are sheep just in front of the site, which is really lovely to wake up to. Also, throughout our stay we could hear the wolves and lions from the nearby wildlife park. The facilities were nice and clean, and the owners of the site were very friendly and made us feel welcome. Thoroughly enjoyed our stay!
Niamh Walters avatarNiamh Walters
7 months ago
A beautiful, private campsite located in Combe Martin in the Exmoor National Park. Yes, it was on a hill however the owners have made 6 flat pitches for tents around 6m by 4m.There was on-site parking however you do have to walk down from the car park to the pitch, which can be expected with a hillside campsite.The view was incredible, and the location was great as we were 30 mins from Lynton and about 20 mins from Ilfracombe.Such a lovely stay, even with the wind and rain over the weekend! Was super affordable and would 100% stay again!
Neeltje Wonders avatarNeeltje Wonders
a year ago
AWESOME! During our walk we ended up on Tony and Caren's property and we were able to spend the night here. Tony and Caren were very friendly and we chatted with them for over four hours (!) the next morning. The view over Combe Martin is beautiful and it was a nice experience to sleep next to the sheep. The area also looked very well cared for. We will definitely come back here again. We felt very welcome :).
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Location

The address for Guyscliffe Farm we have is: Rectory Road, Combe Martin, Devon, England, EX34 0NS. Use the map below for a closer view. Do check with your host for a definite location.

Contact Information

Postal Address
Rectory Road, Combe Martin, Devon, England, EX34 0NS

About the Local Area (Combe Martin)

Combe Martin is a beautiful village located on the North Devon coast, surrounded by the stunning Exmoor National Park. It is a small village, but it boasts a lot of history, charm, and natural beauty.

What is Combe Martin Famous For?

One of the main attractions of Combe Martin is its location, which makes it a popular destination for those looking to escape the hustle and bustle of city life. It is also known for its stunning coastal views and the rich history of the village.

Things To Do In Combe Martin

Combe Martin offers a wide range of things to do for visitors, making it an ideal destination for families, couples, and solo travelers.

Here are some of the top things to do in Combe Martin:

  • Visit the Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Park
    This popular attraction features a range of animals, from lions and wolves to sea lions and penguins, as well as life-sized animatronic dinosaurs.
  • Explore the South West Coastal Path
    Combe Martin is located on the South West Coastal Path, which offers stunning views of the coast and the surrounding countryside. Take a leisurely walk along the path, which starts from the village itself, and take in the breathtaking scenery.
  • Visit the Castle
    The small but charming Combe Martin Castle is a must-visit attraction. Built in the 13th century, the castle is one of the oldest buildings in the village and offers visitors a glimpse into the area’s rich history.

Things Near By Combe Martin

Combe Martin is located in a beautiful part of North Devon and is surrounded by many attractions worth visiting.

Here are some of the top things to do and see near Combe Martin:

  • Visit Exmoor National Park
    Combe Martin is located at the edge of Exmoor National Park, which offers visitors stunning scenery and plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling, and horse riding.
  • The Tunnels Beaches
    Located just a few miles from Combe Martin, the Tunnels Beaches are a series of hand-carved tunnels leading to secluded beaches. The beaches are surrounded by high cliffs, providing a stunning backdrop for swimming and sunbathing.
  • Ilfracombe Harbour
    A charming harbour town located just a short drive from Combe Martin. Visitors can take a stroll along the harbour, visit local art galleries, or enjoy a meal at one of the many restaurants serving locally sourced seafood.

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