Halsbeer Farm sits in unspoilt Devon farmland at the foot of the beautiful Blackdown Hills in mid-Devon and consists of a collection of thatched farm buildings that were sensitively renovated and converted into holiday accommodation in 2001.
There is believed to have been a farm on the site since before the Domesday Book and the current farmhouse is thought to date from the 1600s. The farmstead sits in 30 areas of farmland just a mile from the local villages of Kentisbeare and Blackborough, easily accessible from the M5 at Cullompton and the A30 at Honiton.
Since 2016 Halsbeer Farm has been run by Mark and Katie, who live in the farmhouse with their two children and their two dogs. They are proud to be guardians of this historic farmstead and look forward to sharing their special slice of heaven in Devon with their visitors. Katie and Mark are more than happy to answer any questions you may have about the accommodation and the local area so do get in touch.