Welcome to Todsworthy Farm Holidays
Todsworthy Farm is a newly converted barn conversion, comprising two 18th century self catering holiday cottages on a friendly working farm in the beautiful Tamar Valley.
Each cottage has 3 bedrooms, each cottage is wheelchair accessible.
- Dog Friendly
- Linen provided
- Rural & Countryside
- Disabled Access
- Underfloor heating
Each cottage has 3 bedrooms with 1 downstairs with an ensuite wheelchair accessible wet room. The farm itself has a small suckler herd, a few sheep, pigs and chickens. Mainly fields and green pastures, south facing with views over the River Tamar.
There are pubs and restaurants in easy reach of the farm and lying between Cornwall and Devon makes it ideal for exploring the West Country. There are many attractions to visit Dartmoor National Park, Maritime City of Plymouth, National Trust properties to name just a few.
Pets are welcome in both cottages but a small charge will apply.
Off peak periods willing to accept midweek/weekend breaks. Please ring for further details we are happy to help.
“Amazing wheelchair accessible accommodation. Perfect for the family and you can take your dog too. Welcome pack includes a cream tea which was lovely. Granddaughter loved helping with the farm animals, take your wellies!! Jono and Sarah can’t do enough to make you welcome. Underfloor heating was really nice in the cold weather. Booked already for next year.”Lynn C, Trip Advisor
The Cider Press and Hayloft both have a M3 Mobility Rating, and we have an extensive range of equipment available. There is a mobile hoist, profiling beds, shower chairs ensuite wet rooms and more.
The cottages are specifically designed for disabled visitors with ground floor bedrooms, wet-rooms, wide doors, no steps and low kitchen worktops.
The farm environs are also set-up to be disabled friendly, providing full access to all key areas. Our 70-acres are increasingly being revised to allow complete access.
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