Lower Halsdon Farm

Hedge laying at Lower Halsdon Farm at a family muck in day

This working farm is owned by the National Trust and tenanted out. It often hosts events, including family muck in days and countryside ranger days.


In 1996 Lower Halsdon Farm and the surrounding land was generously bequeathed to The National Trust by farmer Stanley Long.

Andrew and Kate Lamont are the tenants here and in partnership with the Trust care for the farmhouse and farm.

Lower Halsdon Farm Tea-garden

At certain times of year, the tea-garden at Lower Halsdon Farm will be open and offering a selection of refreshments between 11am and 4.30pm.

Every Saturday and Sunday throughout summer, until the end of September and including August Bank Holiday Monday. 

A visit to the tea-garden is an ideal way to enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the Exe estuary with a drink and snack. Sample their homemade cakes and cream teas, with freshly brewed drinks or a refreshing soft drink.

Staying at Lower Halsdon Farm

There are several accommodation options at the farm. For more information visit their web page.