Jubilee Park Farm

Based on a local working farm, the accommodation is cabin with decent facilities. Perfect for a break away from everything.

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Jubilee Park Farm

Key Features
Peaceful smallholding
Various activities available
Short drive to stunning beaches across Devon

Experience a taste of life on a real Devon farm with all the facilities you need at Jubilee Park Farm.

This peaceful smallholding is the ideal spot to escape city life and explore the beauty of the unspoilt English countryside.

Located in charming Winkleigh with views extending to Dartmoor, the farm offers a variety of activities such as fishing and birdwatching.

Tractor fanatics will be delighted as well, with plenty of animals and hay meadows to take in.

The farm also offers a camping field for campers looking to have their own campfire or barbecue backed by incredible views.

You can even add a touch of luxury to your experience by making use of the shower available at the farmhouse (for an honesty box payment).

Fresh eggs from the farm come required to cook the food, and if you don’t feel like cooking there are home-produced meals available too.

And it’s barely half an hour’s drive to North Devon’s stunning beaches and friendly seaside towns.

Come and enjoy Jubilee Park Farm and create lasting memories.

Frequently Asked Questions About Jubilee Park Farm

    • Q: What kind of birds can be seen at the farm?
      A: Jubilee Park Farm is home to a variety of birds, from the farm hens and buzzards to all kinds of birds in between.

    • Q: Are there any fishing opportunities near the farm?
      A: Yes! Just one mile away from Jubilee Park Farm lies Stafford Moor Fisheries for those that want a few calm days of fishing. Additionally, Jubilee Park Farm is uniquely located between the Rivers Taw and Torridge- offering even more fishing spots!

    • Q: What type of animals can be found on-site?
      A: You can find a variety of animals at Jubilee Park Farm, from farm hens to hay meadows.

    • Q: Are there any biking or walking paths near the farm?
      A: Absolutely – Jubilee Park Farm is conveniently located on the Tarka Trail, ideal for anyone who prefers to cycle or wander down tranquil country lanes.

    • Q: What other activities are available near Jubilee Park Farm?
      A: Due to its beautiful country setting, Jubilee Park Farm offers plenty of outdoor activities such as birdwatching, fishing, biking and walking. Furthermore, you can also enjoy the stunning beaches and popular seaside towns of the north Devon coast, just half an hour’s drive away.

    • Q: Can campers cook their own meals at the farm?
      A: Yes! Campers are welcome to use their own campfire or barbecue if desired. Jubilee Park Farm also supplies eggs, bacon, and other home-produced meals, for those who don’t wish to cook every day.

    • Q: Are showers available at the farmhouse?
      A: Yes! Showers are available to campers at the farmhouse for £1 (honesty box).


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The address for Jubilee Park Farm we have is: Loosedon Cross, Winkleigh, Devon, England, EX19 8HA. Use the map below for a closer view. Do check with your host for a definite location.

Contact Information

Postal Address
Loosedon Cross, Winkleigh, Devon, England, EX19 8HA

About the Local Area (Winkleigh)

A hidden gem that offers a unique and authentic rural experience. With its beautiful countryside, friendly locals, and historic buildings, Winkleigh is a must-visit destination for anyone looking to escape the hustle and bustle of the city.

What is Winkleigh Famous For?

Winkleigh may be a small village, but it has a rich history and plenty of interesting landmarks to discover. The village is famous for its historic church, St. Mary’s, which dates back to the 12th century.

Visitors can admire the beautiful architecture and stunning stained glass windows, or simply take a quiet moment to reflect on the peaceful surroundings.

Winkleigh is also known for its local cider, made using traditional methods and locally-sourced apples, which can be sampled at the village’s annual cider festival.

Things To Do In Winkleigh

There is no shortage of things to do in and around Winkleigh. Whether you’re looking for outdoor adventures, cultural experiences, or just a relaxing break in the countryside, Winkleigh has something to offer everyone.

Here are just a few of the most popular activities:

  • Take a leisurely stroll through the village and admire the historic buildings, including the charming thatched cottages and the impressive Winkleigh Castle.
  • Explore the stunning countryside surrounding Winkleigh on foot, bike or horseback. The village is located in the heart of the Ruby Country, a beautiful and unspoilt area of Devon that’s perfect for outdoor enthusiasts.
  • Visit the local farmer’s market, held every Wednesday, and sample some of the delicious local produce, including fresh meat, cheese, and baked goods.

Things Near By Winkleigh

While Winkleigh itself has plenty to offer, there are also plenty of things to see and do in the surrounding area.

Here are just a few of the most popular nearby attractions:

  • Castle Drogo
    A stunning National Trust property located just a short drive from Winkleigh. The castle offers beautiful views over the surrounding countryside, as well as a fascinating history and an impressive art collection.
  • Dartmoor National Park
    A rugged and wild landscape of rolling hills, granite tors, and ancient woodlands, Dartmoor National Park is a must-visit destination for anyone interested in nature and the great outdoors.
  • RHS Garden Rosemoor
    A beautiful and tranquil garden located just 30 minutes drive from Winkleigh. The gardens boast a huge variety of plants, as well as stunning views over the Torridge Valley.

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