Occombe Farm is a working farm that’s open to the public. There’s no charge to visit and parking is free. Come and wander around the farm, take in the beautiful views and explore our fantastic 2km nature trail through the ancient woodland, bustling with wildlife.
Our gorgeous Occombe Farm Café is located here on the farm and serves delicious, locally sourced food throughout the day. And once a month opens in the evening for special supper nights too!
We offer a full programme of chargeable activities and events throughout the year including kids cookery classes, family discovery trails and meet our animals sessions.
Because we are a working farm, where we keep our young and vulnerable livestock until they are old enough to go further afield, we have to restrict visiting dogs to the outside eating area of the café. If you’re looking for a place to walk your dog near Occombe, there are a number of great walks that start nearby. Check out our woodland walks
The Farm and Nature Trail are open daily, 9am – 5pm, throughout the year. Please note that Occombe Farm operates different times to the Occombe Farm Cafe.
Torbay Coast & Countryside Trust (TCCT) is thrilled to unveil plans for an exciting all-weather visitor destination at Occombe Farm. The regenerated Occombe will incorporate a mix of indoor and outdoor play and activities alongside a much larger farm shop, improved café and flexible activity space with new rental units; providing a year-round destination.Learn More >
Located in the heart of the farm is our gorgeous Occombe Farm Cafe, surrounded by beautiful countryside and with stunning views across Torbay. It is open 7 days a week and once a month there’s special Friday Supper evenings. The menu is varied, crammed with locally sourced produce, with lots of delicious homemade, creative dishes. Choose from the famous Occombe breakfast, hearty lunches, cakes, treats and snacks. There’s a menu especially for children, daily specials and every Sunday a selection of roasts.
Occombe Farm is home to the Trust’s wood chip supply business, supplying wood chip to local customers for their wood chip boilers, a low carbon sustainable fuel.
The Farm’s five barn roofs house a 95Kw photovoltaic solar array which provides electricity to Trust premises at Occombe and the National Grid.
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