The Local Area

We are located conveniently close to many main roads making Lower Marlpits Farm a great base for exploring the Westcountry.

Walking & Cycling

- Footpah from the campsite into the lovely market town of Hointon. Here you'll find independent shops, a museum and plenty of places to eat and drink.

The South west coast path is a short drive away where there are plenty of beautiful cliff top walks for you to explore the Jurassic coast.

- To explore on foot or by bike is The Seaton wetlands. There are 4km of level trails and 5 bird hides. It’s the ideal place to spot wildfowl, wading birds, butterflies and dragonflies. 

Beaches

We have some fantastic beaches within 15 – 30 mins drive from the site.

All dotted along the Jurassic coast. There are some great seaside towns and pretty little fishing villages with lovely shops and eateries.

Days Out

-   A short drive away is Blackberry camp, a hillfort that was built during the 4th century Bc. It’s now surrounded by woodland. In the month of May when the bluebells are out in bloom it’s a spectacular site- The perfect place to have a picnic. 

- Close by is the Blackberry Honey farm, which offers a wild flower garden, tea room and local produce and Honey.

- Honiton Golf club is on our doorstep, just a short stroll up the hill via a public footpath.

Other local attractions include:

-Fishing trips from Beer

- Powderham castle

- Exeter Cathedral

- Killerton house (a National trust property)

- The Donkey sanctuary