Staying

There are several ways to stay at Jubilee Park Farm.

Holiday Lodge

We have a newly renovated holiday lodge located in its own quiet corner of the farm.  More details, photos, rates and availability can be found at

https://www.airbnb.co.uk/rooms/5989324?s=PGnR

“Wow! The most amazing experience.  Fantastic hospitality. Obvious pride in providing clean and comfortable accommodation.  So peaceful, so tranquil and obviously helped by some magnificent British weather! The kids loved spotting the wildlife and seeing the Pigs!  We really don’t want to leave, but promise to come back again.  Thanks for the great memories and making us feel so welcome!  … Who needs TV!??”   Comment from Guest Book July 2013

Camping

You can camp here, in your own tent or in one of ours.  If the weather gets too wet, it may be possible to move into the barn. You can join us for evening meal, or cook and eat outside with us in hot summer months, or you can pick up a hot or cold meal from us at the house.

Alternatively, if wild camping is what you want, you can carry your things down to the remotest part of the farm to enjoy the peace and quiet of the country side and to look up into the big Devon skies.  We can probably provide whatever you need to build a fire to cook on.  Obviously the bird-song can be deafening.

This farm is off-grid, so we run the generator for a couple of hours each morning.

Cost per person per night

Camping: Adults £5, Children £2, Under 5s Free

A lovely and welcoming family run farm!

chrismclean10888938 (Young couple, 1 review, 1 photo)

  • Stayed Jul 2012 Review submitted 04 Aug 2012
  • Stayed in: Tent pitches
  • Would recommend to friends
  • Would visit again
  • Liked: We were the first to stay at this new venture for the Knight family and were immediately made to feel welcome with a nice cup of tea!
    The camping plot was a 10 min walk to the bottom of the farm and were shown with a guided tour along the way.
    This is budget camping at its best, all amenities are up at the farm house so you really need to be self sufficient which is how it should be!
    We had a lovely stay and enjoyed being able to help out a with a bit of hay bailing and only wish we weren’t so busy off and about so we could help more!
    Being able to have a small campfire made the evening for us and kept us warm while we did a bit of star gazing.
    We’re really looking forward to returning again!

Working

We have some availability for guests in our house or mobile home.   Stay and help with vegetable-growing, looking after the animals, clearing ditches or any of the many tasks around this non-mechanised farm.  If you do a five hour working day with us, we will provide free bed and board in return.   We have had a string of workers helping us from many different countries.  We are registered with www.wwoof.org.uk

 

I had a marvelous time working here in the clear devon air, was welcomed by wonderful hosts Nicola & Douglas, was extremely well fed and looked after! Enjoyed spending time with the kids and with the animals, especially the piglets! 🙂 Thank you for a great 2 weeks!  David from Switzerland

This wonderful family welcomes you “like at home” and you can understand how to live in self-sufficiency (we all have to try). Three cheerful children will make you smile all day long. Good bread home made by Nicola and also some philosophical thoughts with Douglas during work. Really peaceful time, I feel better!!!!  Felice from Italy

I had a great time on the farm. I really enjoyed the work, food was plentiful and really respect what they are trying to accomplish. The local pubs are really good and spent many a night in them with the other workawayers… I look forward to coming back one day to see how everything is getting on.  James from Wales

 

 

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