The Farm House is only available for limited weeks of the year.
The Farm House sleeps 8 and is a spacious 5 bedroom family house at the centre of
the farm site. It faces south and has it's own walled garden with lit pergola for
eating out at night.
Back in the 1956, Gregory Peck allegedly had his afternoon tea in the farmhouse,
during the making of the Hollywood movie Moby Dick. John Huston used the farm beach
as a location during the shooting of the Whale scenes.
The Farm House now has 3 large double bedrooms, two single rooms and two bathrooms.
There is a long kitchen worktop for ‘big cooking’ and a large solid Ash dining table
for ‘big talking’. The living room is the perfect setting for an evening of Balderdash.
The house style has been described as ‘shabby chic’ but we like to think it's cosy
and spacious at the same time. We love beautiful old welsh blankets, big oak lintels,
terracotta plates and nice old kilim rugs. We are happy to rent the Farmhouse and
other cottages at the same time for location shoots or large family groups.