2 Bedroom National Trust Thatched Cottage overlooking Shipload Bay, between Clovelly and Hartland Quay. Walkers Paradise.
About Sarah Clark
In 2008, along with my husband and daughter, we moved from Hertfordshire to Hartland in North Devon, taking on a Farm Business Tenancy with the National Trust here at East Titchberry Farm. The farm sits right on the coastal path overlooking Lundy Island and we honestly feel privileged to live here. We farm our pedigree Aberdeen Angus beef herd, our Jacob sheep and our rare breed Oxford and Sandy Black pigs. Farming is a way of life and at times pretty hectic but we wouldn't change it for the world. To wake up every morning and be able to see the sea is still just wonderful.
Why Sarah Clark chose Hartland
Hartland in North Devon is unique and unspoilt. The entire Hartland Peninsula is in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The incredible landscapes, clean waters and protected valleys are teeming with plant, marine and animal wildlife. Hartland is part of UNESCO's North Devon Biosphere and Lundy Island is England's only Marine Nature Reserve.
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Relax and happy
We went to relax and get away from it all,this is the cottage tickes all the boxes. When we arrived it was a rainy night Sarah had built a fire for us all we had to do was light it and pour a glass of wine. The cottage was spotless it felt like home. Beautiful walk to the coast dogs enjoyed it. Would love to go again
Far from the madding ....
Lovely cottage in a wonderful location. Superb for dogs with
its compact and secure walled garden. Hosts are great and
very accomodating. Direct access to the SW coast path in
minutes. Well worth a visit and stay.
Lovely, cosy cottage with great walks from the doorstep
We only stayed two nights but would have loved to have stayed more. The house is very cosy with its woodburner and has loads of room for 4.
The walk from the doorstep round the lighthouse is great and it is also not far to other very scenic walks.
Stayed over New Year ...Beautiful cottage ...we arrived to find a Christmas tree and Christmas cake waiting for us...so wonderful...Sarah and Tim are perfect hosts ...would defiantly recommend...
A little piece of Heaven in Devon!
We booked Sarah and Tim's cottage on East Titchberry Farm for five nights over the Christmas period in 2018, and feel we could not have made a better choice! We were made to feel welcome from the moment we arrived, and the little touches that Sarah had waiting for us were lovely!
The cottage is just perfect in every way, quaint, creaky, but with every mod-con you can think of, and so comfortable and cosy! We loved getting the wood-burning stove going every afternoon, and it just added to the cosiness! The kitchen is so well-equipped we managed to cook a full Christmas dinner - turkey and all the trimmings, and the wet-room shower was just amazing!!! We also had the best night's sleeps too - with nothing but the sound of the farm animals and bird song to keep us company!!
Situated a five-minute walk from the stunning North Devon coastline (and the South West Coastal Path) we were able to get out and do some walking, and the lovely villages of Hartland, Clovelly, Stok and Hartland Quay are just a few minutes drive away, and even Bude (just over the border in Cornwall) is a 30 minute drive and has a fabulous beach!!).
The few days we spent on the farm were just enough to recharge our batteries after a hectic last few weeks of the year, and we left feeling relaxed and completely destressed!!
Thank you Sarah and Tim for allowing us to share your lovely home, and I guarantee we will be back!!
Happy New Year!!
Nice for family of 4. New born Piglets we’re gorgeous!
At East Titchberry Farm Cottage in Hartland, North Devon, the South West Coast Path is 200 metres from your front door. The farm overlooks Lundy Island and has stunning views over Shipload Bay. Hartland is in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and you are perfectly placed on the Hartland Peninsula for a number of fantastic circular walks taking in the stunning coastal and inland scenery including Clovelly, Brownsham, Hartland Abbey, Spekes Mill Mouth and Hartland Quay. Hartland has thriving arts and crafts where you can join informal pottery classes and art classes. There are many coves to explore along the coastal path in either direction. The larger sandy beaches at Sandymouth, Bude and Westwood Ho in North Devon are a short drive away.
Visit Lundy Island with its amazing wildlife and timeless beauty, with day trips available from Bideford or Ilfracombe during the summer months or by helicopter during the winter.
Clovelly - 5 miles.
Hartland - 2 miles.
Hartland Quay - 3 miles.
Bude and Bideford - 15 miles.