Things to see & do

A day by the sea

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Ranger walk or a farm visit?

Visitors enjoying a rare opportunity to look round the farm

Visitors enjoying a rare opportunity to look round the farm

We run regular ranger walks at Lower Halsdon Farm. We love showing visitors around the farm and getting children involved in 50 things to do before you're 11¾.

Lower Halsdon Farm

Views through the trees at Lower Halsdon

The National Trust holds land for the nation and has a duty to provide public access or benefit. Our main aims for Lower Halsdon are to find out how you, the local community, would like us to do this, while also improving the site for wildlife and achieving long-term sustainability for the farm. Please email us or call on 01752 346585 to get involved.

Prattshayes bunkhouse

Good accomodation at the converted barn at Prattshayes © National Trust

Enjoy a two-week holiday or a short break in our simple but comfortable converted farmhouse. Ideal for small groups or one or two families.

More details and to book.

Prattshayes bunkhouse facilities

There is accomodation for 14 people at Prattshayes Bunkhouse © Sarah Baker

Sleeps 14 in bunkbeds (2x6 beds and 1x2 beds). Fully-equipped open-plan kitchen and dining/living room, showers, drying room, private outside seating, barbecue area and ample parking.

More information and to book.

Prattshayes bunkhouse prices

Good size kitchen and dining area at Prattshayes © National Trust

Prices are currently £150 per night or £900 per week (March 2014). To make a booking please call 01395 276626.

Bookings can be made through National Trust Cottages.

Prattshayes caravan and campsite

There is room for 30 pitches at the Prattshayes campsite

Open 1 April to 31 October

Adult £5 (high season £6), child £2.50 (high season £3), electric hook up £2.50 - all per night. For more information, please call 01395 276626.

Flower power at Orcombe Point

Wild flowers along the cliff tops © National Trust

Orcombe Point really comes to life in the spring and summer with pretty wild flowers.

Flower power at Orcombe Point

Wild flowers along the cliff tops © National Trust/Keith Steggall

See if you can spot green-winged orchids, which produce vibrant purple flowers in late April.

Flower power at Orcombe Point

Spring, summer and early autumn discover pretty wildflowers © National Trust/Keith Steggall

Send us your photos of what you find there and we'll post them on the website.

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