Award-winning cottages in the heart of Devon include a Grade II Listed 16th-century longhouse, Victorian farmhouse, barn conversions and an eco lodge which provides excellent accessibility for all.
Perfect for couples, families, friends and groups of up to 18; ideal for family get-togethers, anniversaries and celebrations. Facilities include an indoor heated swimming pool, sauna, games' room, grass tennis court, children's play area, lake fishing and a circular countryside walk.
Fishing Holidays in Devon
Choose from four lakes with excellent fishing for all the family.
Things To Do in Devon
Dog Friendly Holidays in Devon
Four legged friends are welcome.
Disabled Friendly Holiday Cottage in Devon
Willow Tree has been specifically designed and built to offer accommodation and facilities under the National Accessible Scheme.
Walking and Cycling Holidays in Devon
Discover paths and trails including The Grand Western Canal, The Blackdown Hills, Exmoor, Dartmoor and our countryside walk with glorious views to the south coast. We can lend you maps, guides, details of cycle routes and wellies too for your stay.
Family Celebrations and Hen Weekends
Our large cottages are perfect for get-togethers and our location is very easy to get to for a weekend away.
Local Wedding Venues in Devon
West Pitt Farm welcomes well-behaved dogs.
West Pitt Farm Blog
- 31 Mar
April's fundraising for Macmillan Cancer Support
Throughout the month of April 2015 at West Pitt Farm we are raising money for Macmillan Cancer SuppoRead full article
- 07 Feb
Top 5 Things to Do locally while staying at West Pitt Farm in Devon over Half Term
A walk along The Grand Western Canal Tow Path The tow path and nature reserve meanders through beauRead full article
- 23 Jan
Excellent catches all year at West Pitt Farm; January 2015 is no exception! Rupert and Kev reportedRead full article
“Thank you for our best family Christmas ever. We enjoyed staying in such lovely accommodation and thank you Susanne for making us feel so welcome. Happy New Year and we will return. ”
Alsion Colmer Jan 2013 Southampton