Discover the joy of Larkworthy Farm
Set in the rolling hills of the West Devon countryside, Higher Larkworthy farm is conveniently located off the A388 down a half mile private drive between the old market towns of Launceston and Holsworthy and about half way between Dartmoor and the North Cornish coast.
A working beef and sheep farm that has its own nature reserve and West Country orchard with a flock of Jacob sheep. We have an on farm footpath which leads to the local village, its church, shop and country pub which provides food and refreshment. For further grocery shopping the local town of Holsworthy has a Waitrose store.
Our cabin which can sleep up to four people has en suite and mini kitchen facilities. You may choose to sit outside and enjoy the picturesque scenery or feel warm and cosy inside, with plenty to see and do in this part of Devon your stay here makes it the perfect place to relax, unwind and enjoy your holiday.
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Things to do
Explore beautiful Devon & Cornwall
If you’re looking for a getaway that truly has it all, look no further than Higher Larkworthy Farm.
From stunning beaches, quaint fishing villages, rugged landscapes and historic castles. Our part of the country has lots to offer. Whether you’re here for a romantic getaway, relaxing break or fun-filled family holiday there’s something for everyone.
Cycle the Camel TrailOne of the most popular recreational routes in the country, The 18-mile Camel Trail links Padstow, Wadebridge, Wenfordbridge & Bodmin
Cycle the traffic free Camel Trail from Wadebridge to Padstow and reward yourself with delicious fish and chips.
North Cornish CoastThe Atlantic coast of North Cornwall stretches for over 40 miles from Bude to Perranporth along a wildly beautiful landscape
Ideal if you love the waves, walking the coastal footpaths or visiting it's picturesque ports and harbours.
DartmoorWild, open moorlands and deep river valleys, with a rich history and rare wildlife
Natural and rugged landscape which is famous for it's granite outcrop tors, open moorland, forests and wetlands provide plenty of space to walk and explore.
What our guests are saying about us
We’ll definitely be back
We walked the footpath to the local village pub for tea and thoroughly enjoyed seeing the highland cattle in the nature reserve along the way. The Jacob sheep in the orchard kept us amused from the cabin. Great stay and we loved the cabin, we’ll definitely be...
Really relaxing break
My partner, our 2 year old daughter and I had a really relaxing break. After receiving a warm welcome from Alistair we settled into the lovely cosy cabin. Looking out over the Orchard full of sheep, watching the lambs play. We also saw rabbits and pheasants just outside the cabin. But the real highlight was the barn owl flying past. In the evenings as...