Hello and Merry Christmas to all our readers! We hope you are all well and are getting into the festive spirit. Today we wanted to bring you a blog that was a little different. This year we wanted to share with you our Christmas Traditions, what we like to do on the build-up to Christmas to celebrate and have fun. Every family is unique to the next and it is always fun to know how others celebrate their Christmas. After giving this a read we would love to know how you celebrate Christmas. Please post on either Facebook and Instagram with what you are up to and tag us with @devonfarms for Facebook and @devonfarmholiays for Instagram.
Pickwell Barton is a stunning self-catering accommodation site that is nestled on the edge of North Devon in a beautiful coastal setting. Pickwell Barton is located on a large farm that has been in the family for over 100 years! Pickwell Barton is home to the Cook family and just like many families they love to celebrate Christmas. Being a working farm there is always lots of work to be done but a few Christmas Traditions include baking stunning cakes for presents for loved ones and don’t they look amazing. Other traditions include taking walks around the farm to find foliage to decorate the home. Finally, the naughty elf seems to reappear each morning having been up to no good the night before.
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West Down Guest House
West Down Guest House is a beautiful Bed and Breakfast located between South Molton, Torrington and Barnstaple in North Devon. The stunning accommodation site offers a high quality stay with breakfast included and dinner options available. Some of their traditions include decorating the Bed and Breakfast from head to toe including table decorations, Christmas trees and outdoor lights!
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Forda Farm Bed and Breakfast
Forda Farm is a beautiful Bed and Breakfast accommodation site located near to Holsworthy. The lovely accommodation includes two spacious rooms located on their working farm. At Forda Farm they have been busy baking too with three lovely Christmas cakes that are beautifully decorated. They also make puddings and mincemeat to give to loved ones, a lovely Christmas tradition and who doesn’t love receiving homemade presents.
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We hope you have enjoyed today’s blog and do not forget to tag us in your Christmas Tradition posts. From everyone at Devon Farm Holidays, we hope you all have a wonderful Christmas and a Happy New Year.