In an area of outstanding natural beauty lies Loveland Farm, a mile from Hartland point in North Devon. The 6 acres of Loveland farm sit between rolling fields with the dramatic North Devon coastline just a stones throw from the site.
Once a working farm, Loveland is now home to the Griffin family and design studio. On site is the 19th Century farmhouse as well as a number of barns which date so far back no one knows exactly how long they’ve been on the site for. In one barn we have our two resident Water Buffalo, who spend their days in the stream which runs along the bottom of the field. The 4 acre camping field hosts our beach huts where campers can make full use of our washing facilities, shower and a composting toilet.
Loveland Farm is just a mile from the centre of Hartland and within easy access to the A39 Atlantic highway and surrounding North Devon attractions. The coastline is a wash with great beaches including Woolacoombe and Croyde Bay. Plus just over the water is Lundy Island, with great views from Hartland Quay and the lighthouse.
We welcome Dogs, Children, Caravans, Motorhomes, Campervans and of course tents, tipis and yurts.