We accept up to two well-behaved dogs in all four of our self-catering holiday cottages. To ensure you have a happy holiday with your furry friend we have the following features in place:
courtyard tap for washing off muddy paws
dog waste bin in the car park
dog towels available on request
We ask that dog owners behave responsibly and considerately when at Halsbeer Farm. Always keep your dogs on lead around livestock and in the communal areas of the complex for the dogs' own safety and the safety of others.
Dogs are not permitted in bedrooms or upstairs in any of the cottages and they should be kept off sofas and armchairs. You are most welcome to bring your dogs own bed and/or crate with you for your stay.
Please pick up after your dog at all times. A dog waste bin is available in the car park.
We walk our own dogs from the farm along the nearby lanes and footpaths. Each cottage has a map of the local area. When sheep aren't on the front field you may go on there. We are creating a "skyline" walking route on the farm to allow guests to enjoy the beautiful views down the valley. In time this will form part of a circular route for walkers.
We also drive up to Blackborough Common to enjoy romping through the woods. You may park at the village hall (providing there isn't an event on), the churchyard, or the Forestry Commission layby towards Sheldon. There are numerous paths criss-crossing the woods, it's a great place to explore.
There are plenty other beautiful places to walk around for example Culmstock Beacon, the River Culm between Culmstock and Uffculme, Hembury Hill Fort and more.