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You can use this page to help you to learn more about the wonderful areas surrounding Borough Farm, Mortehoe, Woolacombe and the North Devon Coast. It will also give you a resource of things to do and places to stay in Woolacombe and the surrounding area.

Campsites

Local produce

  • Middle Campscott Farm
    Local farms are becoming ever more ingenious in their secondary enterprises. Middle Campscott Farm offers a range of organic sheep milk cheeses.
  • West Down Dairies
    West Down Dairies are owned by local dairy farming family Bernard and Alison Worth. West Down Dairy supplies quality fresh local milk across North Devon. Don’t forget to try their Chocolate cream, it’s delicious!

Local services

  • Argyll Vets
    The Borough farm sheepdogs need the vets from time to time. Jo, Ann and the team at Argyll provide a highly professional friendly service.

Mist on tv

  • Mist the sheepdog
    Film clips, Mist’s blog and much more about Channel Five’s hit series ‘Mist-Sheepdog tales’

Mortehoe and Woolacombe

On-farm self-catering accomodation

Other accomodation

  • Woolacombe Bay Hotel
  • Trimstone Manor
    Country House hotel within easy reach of Mortehoe, Woolacombe and of course Borough farm.
  • Town Farm House
    Great Bed and Breakfast in the heart of Mortehoe, with a tea room serving the most wonderful cream teas
  • Marsdens
    ‘Marsdens Cottage Holidays is the West Country’s leading independent holiday letting agency with a reputation for high standards of quality and exceptional customer service.

Sheepdog links

  • International Sheepdog Society (ISDS)
    Registration and stud book keepers for the working sheepdog. The ISDS are the organisers of the annual national, international and tri-anual world sheepdog trials.

While you are here

  • Mortehoe Museum
    Mortehoe’s Heritage Centre (situated at the back of Mortehoe car park) is packed with the village’s history and stories of its former residents.
  • Mortehoe’s Town Farm House
    While you are in Mortehoe don’t miss out on a traditional cream tea at Mortehoe’s Town Farm House.
  • Mortehoe Shellfish
    Why not try dinner at the highly acclaimed (and highly unusual) Mortehoe shellfish.
  • Ilfracombe Princess boat tours
    Boat tours from Ilfracombe harbour throughout the summer, taking in the sea cliffs from Woolacombe to Lynton.

Other links

  • Kind Design
    While not much changes sheep farming in Mortehoe and Woolacombe, the internet has certainly attracted new residents. Richard and Zoe brought their design business ‘Kind Design’ to the area 8 years ago, along with the expertise to create this website.

Visit the events page to view all events at Borough Farm