When you are planning a walking holiday you have one thing in mind - waking up, having a fantastic home-cooked breakfast, putting on your boots and getting out into the fresh country air. No matter what it is, when you are walking you want the peace of mind that comes with booking quality accommodation. Whether you are tackling the beautiful South West Coast Path or taking on the challenging Two Moors Way, our hand selected B&B accommodation will offer you all of the comforts of home.
What's more our listings span the entirety of the county, so if you decide to take on a long distance trek you can be sure of quality accommodation and fantastic prices no matter where it is you need to lay your head. That way you can worry less about the stress of organising the trip and more about experiencing the beautiful scenery Devon has to offer.
A working farm bordered by the River Tale which captures the magic of the countryside - sheep, cattle, free range chickens and working sheep dogs. An idyllic setting with excellent facilities.
A cream tea greets your arrival at Forda. We are a working farm with sheep, beef, 6 cats and 3 sheepdogs. Close to the Devon and Cornwall border, we are in the perfect place to explore both counties.
Escape to this beautiful, award winning Medieval Longhouse (beams & log fires) tucked away on a Jacob sheep farm on Tarka Trail near Exmoor, with walks from the doorstep, quality en-suite rooms & WiFi
Peace, comfort and a warm welcome where we offer the little extras that attract guests back time and time again. 2 miles from Sidmouth seafront. Lovely coastal walks and views from the farm.
Escape to our AA 4* Gold Award country guest house. Relax in superb ground floor rooms, enjoy home cooked evening meals. Close to Exmoor, National Trust sites, RHS gardens and wild Atlantic coastline.
Gatcombe is a family run working dairy farm 5 minutes drive from World Heritage Coastline. Fully equipped, spacious, comfortable rooms, guest lounge and dining room.
Modern spacious rooms with luxury bathrooms. All with direct access to our court yard, we have plenty of space for outdoor dining. All set in a secluded valley a short drive from the coast.
A family run mixed farm, just 4 miles from Lyme Regis, famous for fossil hunting, the market town of Axminster, and the Jurrasic coast centre at Seaton. Just 3 miles from River Cottage HQ
Looking for simple pleasure’s life, where you can relax and recharge your batteries, then visit us at Lower Pinn flint farmhouse 2 miles west coastal resort Sidmouth on Jurassic coast.
Set in a picturesque location convenient to M5 for overnight stop or ideal touring base. Delightful rooms, peaceful surroundings and beautiful views with easy access to everything Devon has to offer.
Wake up to a view of rolling Devon countryside, a scrumptious breakfast and the sound of Shire horses going out to work on a traditional working farm. Biddacott�s medieval farmhouse provides log fires
Spoil yourself with scrumptious breakfasts including our own award-winning rare breed pork sausages and bacon. Try a Smallicombe Trifle! Traditional farmhouse hospitality in an idyllic rural setting.
Our substantial Georgian house stands in informal gardens amidst beechwoods and rhododendrons in the heart of our organic farm within Dartmoor National Park. Large luxurious rooms with stunning views.
Stanborough Farm is in a great location, central for visiting towns, beaches, moors and gardens within the South Hams and with two local pubs in walking distance. B&B with Evening Meal is available.
Peaceful Farmhouse B&B. Superb accommodation with wonderful views. Delicious hearty breakfast and 2 course Suppers available by arrangement. Exmoor on the doorstep. Tiverton closeby.
Walking Holiday Accommodation
Whether you are on an organised tour or simply want to include a few spontaneous rambles, staying at a Devon Farm bed & breakfast comes with many advantages. Wake up to the fresh country air and the sounds of a working farm, immerse yourself in the wild scenery on your doorstep or simply use it as a base to travel further afield. Many of our locations are close to the main arterial travel routes so it’s never an arduous journey making your way to your planned route start.
Walking Holiday Destinations
With so much of Devon falling under the area of outstanding natural beauty designation, there really is no limit to the amount of places to visit on your walking holiday. Whether that is the South West Coastpath winding its way around the North Devon coast or the Tarka Trail heading up around Braunton Burrows, there are plenty of routes on foot that will take you around some nationally recognised scenery.