Perfectly placed for exploring the coast & countryside
With our 130 acre site that is bustling with wildlife, there’s plenty to explore on site here at Stone Barn, but we’re perfectly placed for visitors wanting to explore the coastline of North Devon, North Cornwall and beyond, so you can discover the best that the South West has to offer to visitors.
Stay onsite surrounded by nature
You don’t need to leave Beer Mill Farm to connect with nature; the farm is a private wildlife conservation project. The site includes 130 acres of land for conservation and four nature trails. The farm is home to dormice, hedgehogs, hare, rabbits, otters, red and roe deer, badgers, stoats and foxes, mice, voles, moles, shrews, six recorded species of bats and a thriving owl population, all of which are important links in the ecosystem.
Plenty of fun for families and visiting groups
You never need worry about how you’ll keep the entire family busy during a stay at Stone Barn. We’re a short drive from great days out at the beach, with a variety of sandy beaches and beaches filled with obscure coves and rock pools to explore. Devon and Cornwall also have plenty of options for family-friendly attractions; get your pulse racing at The Big Sheep and Crealy Theme Parks, explore the iconic bio-domes of The Eden Project and much more.
Relax, surf or explore the stunning coastline
The breath-taking coastline of North Devon and North Cornwall is among the most beautiful in the country. From the great surf, welcoming sandy beaches and rockpools loved by families to the dramatic views of the South West Coast Path, there’s truly something for everyone. We recommend Saunton Sands, Croyde, Broad Sands and the quiet Rockham Bay in north Devon or the many beaches around Bude in Cornwall.
Enjoy some fresh air - and plenty of it!
If you like to get out and about while on holiday, you’ll be spoilt for choice when staying in North Devon. The beaches and stunning views of the South West Coast Path spring to mind, but there’s more to the area than just the coast. Head inland and there’s plenty to keep you busy too, National Trust properties and gardens, numerous cycle trails and walks through the beautiful countryside of Dartmoor National Park and beyond.