Swallows swoop over wild flowers and sheep pasture; clouds play chase above the surf-beaten Hartland Peninsula; on clear nights, wide skies are afire. The old farm, set in open countryside where walks traverse wild beaches and views stretch to Lundy Island, has two self-catering houses: a large, traditional 1902 farmhouse and smaller converted shippon. In the Farmhouse find big old armchairs, handmade beds, a piano by the fire, books to read, a splendid boxed-in loo (with a view). Cook with local ingredients, dine at a 16-seater table – it’s great for groups. The Cottage bears similar retro charm with original beams, wood-burner, a farmhouse kitchen with walk-in larder and doors opening straight into the garden. Lungfuls of Atlantic air whoosh into gardens facing south to the sea; there’s ping-pong in the barn. Friendly Alex welcomes guests with organic wine, maybe brownies. An inspiration for writers, artists, birdwatchers, beach-walkers, for green weddings, family parties and all who value peace and eco principles.