Animal lover? Check out East Titchberry Farm

Agnes and her piglets

We’re lucky on the Hartland Peninsula to live in farming country, but still with amazing views.
East Titchberry Farm Cottage is close to Hartland Point, and the coastal path, has a stunning thatched roof and some very cute farm animals to boot. A mere 200m from the coastal path, East Titchberry is a delight for walkers.

Owners, Sarah and Tim, are busy farmers who have something of a soft spot for their animals as you can see from these photos.

Duckling taking first swim in tin bath

Lulu and Guinness

The farm is a lovely 2 bedroomed cottage with private walled garden.

From the website:

Guests are welcome to explore the farm and see our Aberdeen Angus cows and very friendly Jacob sheep. We also have free range chickens where you can collect your own eggs for breakfast.

A warm welcome awaits you with tea, coffee and homemade cake. Our cottage has full central heating and with a wood burning stove makes for a wonderful holiday at any time of the year. The children will love all the animals. We also sell our farm produce and as well as eggs we sell beef, lamb, cakes and seasonal vegetables etc.

The recently renovated cottage retains much of its charm and character with exposed beams, inglenook fireplace with wood burner, and slate spiral staircase.

The beautiful new kitchen and bathroom offers all modern day conveniences, and although the cottage is attached to the farmhouse you have your own private entrance and sunny walled gardens. The slate spiral staircase and would not be suitable for those with mobility difficulties.

Lulu being bottle-fed



Animal lover? Check out East Titchberry Farm