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Property LocationWith a stay at Hay Meadow Farm in Beaworthy, you'll be 17.3 mi (27.8 km) from Dartmoor National Park and 11.6 mi (18.6 km) from Launceston Castle. This 4-star bed & breakfast is 11.7 mi (18.9 km) from Launceston Golf Club and 12.5 mi (20.1 km) from Tamar Lakes. Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile and kilometer.
- Holsworthy Golf Club - 12.4 km / 7.7 mi
- Dingles Fairground Heritage Centre - 16.2 km / 10.1 mi
- Tamar Otter and Wildlife Centre - 17.6 km / 10.9 mi
- Launceston Castle - 18.6 km / 11.6 mi
- Launceston Town Hall and Guild...More details
Check-out ends at: 11:00
Reviewed 3 october, 2021
We visited this Stunning Cottage in September to escape the crazy of Newquay. We were not disappointed. Such a peaceful location and beautiful home. There was nothing to fault. The cottage was full of charm and character and had everything you needed. All of our family slept very well in the comfortable beds. Super happy with our break at Hay Meadow and would recommend to friends. Thank you 😊
Reviewed 26 june, 2021
The property is absolute gem located in a tranquil setting away from the hustle of the busy city life, exactly what we were looking for. We were not let down in any aspect and found everything as seen in the pictures and described in the advertisement. It would have been a great stay but what made it truly exceptional and memorable was the warm hospitality of Jane, Duncan and their family (hosts at the property). We will definitely plan another trip soon.
Our 5th visit to our special place in Devon
Reviewed 1 september, 2020
Duncan and Jayne have once again made our stay a memorable one. Nothing is any trouble and the rooms are clean and comfortable. Excellent breakfast with great choice cooked to perfection. Scrambled eggs fresh from the farm became our favourite this visit. 100% recommend Hay Meadow Farm B&B and we will be looking forward to our 6th visit. JONATHAN & JENNY ( LONDON )
A few days away
Reviewed 31 august, 2020
Having not had a day off since Christmas due to you know what i finaly had the opportunity to get away for a few days and as the uncertainty of travel abroad was still raging we decided to return to Devon and Haymeadow Farm This facility has undergone a make over and change of offer since our last visit , the cottage which had four bedrooms offered on a B&B Basis has now been updated and is offered as a three Bedroom Holiday rental, which takes up half of the building, The medieval Fire place, timber beams and a fantastic level of detail that was carried out in the restoration are now all yours to enjoy and appreciate during your stay The kitchen has a large table and at one time we had seven people around it, its warm and cosy yet well fitted out with cupboards and Crockery, pots and pans , they have a fridge and a Freezer and will be buying another fridge so you can store more food or drinks , There is also a Dining area as well The bedrooms are all ensuite and nidely fitted out some witgh King size beds and there is a family room that will sleep 3 to 4 The grounds of this organic Farm are open to wander through , the Grass is only cut once a year so there is a great diversity of wild life and in the evenings Barn Owls silently wing their way over the fields in search of Food. At Night the lack of any form of street lighting presents an awesome spectacle of stars right down to the Horizon and you can dicern the "cloudy" look that is the Milky Way by the naked eye. In addition to the cottage there are now two Bed and Breakfast suites in a nearkly restiored Barn , these are supported by food cooked in the "canteen" well spaced out seating and the food is all sourced locally and there is plenty of it The location is perghaps 20 mins drive to the coast of North Cornwall and also well served if you wish to travel out and use the facility as a Base with both Dartmoor and Bodmin around half an Hours Drive (as you approach the farm there are spectacular views of Dartmoor to be seen) Duncan and Jane, your hosts who have been here since the beginning and carried out the restoration work hard to make sure your stay is enjoyable, and are always around to ensure everything is ok, Ours was a return visit and we have been here quite a few times although described as a farm , there are no animals , just acres of Grass, and a lot of peace and quiet supplimented by some really lovely food and great hospitality , well worth a visit and i understand they intend to stay open year round
A Truly Special Place
Reviewed 15 february, 2020
I have loved coming to Hay Meadow for many years and trying out their newly available holiday cottage did not disappoint - like the rest of the farm accommodation everything has been done to such a high standard, a real luxury experience and with all of the attention to detail, natural eco friendly touches and homely feel that make it a really special place. The farm is set in lovely countryside away from it all - a real rural escape. Importantly - owners Duncan and Jane always go the extra mile to make their guests welcome - so highly recommended!!!