Situated in the rolling North Devon hills above Combe Martin is Yetland Farm. Set within 18 acres, Yetland is a traditional working farm with a flock of sheep and rare breed pigs roaming the fields. Around the farm you will also see chickens, cats and dogs.
With every season, Yetland Farm has something new to show its guests. In early March, the flock of Lleyn and Jacob sheep are brought into the barn to have their lambs. Normally the ewes will have one or two lambs, but occasionally triplets and quads (the first quads were born at Yetland in 2015) will be born that require a little extra help from owners Alison and Alan. Guests are more than welcome to come and see the new-born lambs in March and help bottle-feed any of those that need it.
As a small working farm, Yetland prides itself on the quality of its stock, and its drove of pigs features the rare breed Gloucester Old Spot and litters of piglets can be born at any time of the year.
Yetland Farm also produces its own cuts of meat, including legs of lamb and even sausages, which can be purchased directly from Alison and Alan or found at one of the local markets where they have a stall.
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Yetland Farm is perfect for families and dog owners with plenty of space for everyone. Just a few minutes' walk from the cottages is a large designated dog walking field, where four legged friends can run off the lead, whilst you enjoy the wonderful far reaching views that stretch all the way to the ocean.
A little closer to the cottages is the children's play field featuring football posts, climbing frame, swings and a slide; there's even a picnic table where you can keep an eye on the little ones. Alongside the play field is a small hard surface tennis court.
When the weather turns wet, two indoor games rooms are guaranteed to keep the young and young at heart entertained. The first games barn has table tennis and table football, whilst the second is home to a pool table.