West Woolley Farm


Luxury self-catering cottages on an idyllic, family run North Cornish farm.

  • roomUnits 6
  • person Sleeps 2 - 6
  • bed Bedrooms 1 - 3
  • petPets No
  • mobilityMobility Yes
  • Babies
  • Toddlers
  • Older Kids
  • Teens
From £362/week
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West Woolley Farm is a perfect haven for children, parents and grandparents alike. Found in a peaceful hamlet on the North Cornwall coast, it has plenty of family-friendly touches and fun activities. Kids of all ages will love joining Farmer Richard on his morning rounds or spending days full of paddling, sandcastle building and rock-pooling at the lovely nearby beaches.

About this place

Best bits

  • Feeding the animals – the highlight of the day for many guests, young and old!
  • The Farm is easy to get to, and a great base for exploring beautiful Cornwall and Devon.
  • There's a tonne of space around the cottages and the farm for kids to explore safely and freely.

Top tips

  • Pre-order a supermarket delivery and arrive to a fully-stocked kitchen.
  • You’ll need solid shoes or wellies for animal feeding – the grass can be wet in the mornings.
  • Pack light on the baby equipment. There is plenty of baby and toddler gear available to borrow.

Plan your stay

What are the facilities like? Where can you eat? What can you do?

Outdoor play equipment
Farm animals

We arrived to a fresh cream tea - the perfect Cornish welcome. Anna’s Cottage was wonderfully light and cosy and we were impressed with the high standards of decor - especially the lovely bed linen and super comfy mattresses. Our four year old jumped happily into bed at the end of the day, where she stayed all night - unheard of!

Reviewed by Fran & family

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Two one-storey cottages and one barn conversion have living, dining and sleeping accommodation on the ground floor. However, the age and nature of the buildings does restrict wheelchair access. Please contact the owners to discuss any specific requirements further and they will be happy to help.

Location & local area

About the owners

Richard & Christina

Richard and Christina took over West Woolley Farm in 2019 having been drawn to North Cornwall by the spectacular scenery, beautiful beaches and relaxed way of life. They also like the fact that the farm is easy to get to for their guests and is an ideal base to explore everything this special part of the world has to offer. One of the best things about running the farm is introducing their younger guests to their friendly animals and watching them grow in confidence during their stay. People seem to have more time for each other at West Woolley Farm and Richard and Christina love chatting with their guests and doing what they can to make their holiday enjoyable, whether it’s advice on what’s going on locally, the nearest beaches or the best places to eat.

Owner recommendations

  • Beaches - we have half a dozen within easy reach, offering Atlantic breakers, endless sand, secluded coves, surfing, rock-pooling, and sandcastles.

  • Check out The Big Sheep for indoor and outdoor fun, cute animals, entertaining demonstrations, and sheep racing!

  • Take a family bike ride on the Tarka and Camel trails - safe cycling on converted railway lines though beautiful scenery.

  • For the more adventurous, there's everything from abseiling and archery to surfing and zorbing on offer.

  • The Milky Way is another top family day out with rides, play areas and more.

  • Lots of pretty fishing villages to visit - including Clovelly and Appledore.

  • Meet a real life Thomas and enjoy the ride on the Launceston Steam Railway.

  • Get close to otters, hawks and many more animals at the Tamar Otter Sanctuary.

Plan your stay at West Woolley Farm

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