Beera Farm, Nr Tavistock, Dartmoor Bed & Breakfast

Dartmoor Accommodation

Quailty B&B ideal for exploring Dartmoor , Tamar valley and nearby town of Tavistock

Beera farmhouse is a 4 star, gold awarded B&B, set amidst 180 acres of farmland where my husband farms 1000 north country mule sheep and 50 pedigree Charolais cattle.

  • Very peaceful, beautiful countryside
  • Excellent food
  • Wonderful hospitality
  • Children welcome
Contact: Hilary Tucker

Beera Farm,
Milton Abbot,
PL19 8PL
Tel: 01822 870216


'This place has a beauty and tranquillity all of its own' -Roy Kent


On arrival a traditional cream tea is served in the guests lounge or garden. In the Lounge you will find numerous books on local information, ordinance survey maps to borrow and information on places to visit. In winter the log fire will be roaring, so bring a good book and a bottle of wine and relax!

Enjoy hearty breakfasts of a traditional farmhouse, using local sausages and bacon or smoked salmon with home produced scrambled eggs with toasted bagel or creamy porridge along with a selection on fresh fruit, yoghurt, compotes, juice and cereals before starting your day.
Room 1 has a king size four poster bed.

Room 2 can be either a twin or super king double and room three has a king size bed. Camp bed can be added to room 1 & 2 for small child to share with parents.

All rooms are en-suite room with digital TV's, hair dryers, tea/coffee/hot chocolate, bottled local water, fluffy bath robes and towels, toiletries, complimentary local fudge and free Wi-fi.
'Wonderful hospitality and great food, no hesitation in coming back'- Eddie and Gloria.


Excellent evening meals using home produced lamb and eggs and other local ingredients are served by prior arrangement 3-4 times a week, special diets can be catered for. You are welcome to bring your own wine to enjoy with dinner. There is a fridge in the hall way where you can chill a bottle of wine or store local sausages/cheese/clotted cream that you have bought ready to take home or food for next days picnic. Packed lunches are also available by prior arrangement. Very peaceful with beautiful countryside views.

Hear owls hooting, birds chirping, sheep bleating and cows mooing. See pheasants roaming around the garden. Green finches, gold finches, blue tits, coal tits, nuts hatches, long tail tits and great spotted woodpeckers feeding at the bird table. In spring buzzards can often be seen in the sky swirling to the ground in their mating courtship.
The fields run down to the river Tamar- the boarder between Devon and Cornwall. A short stroll takes you to the hamlet of Horsebridge, where you will find the old bridge over the Tamar dating back to 1437, you will also find the very popular pub 'The Royal Inn', serving local beer and good food (good idea to book a table beforehand). Other restaurants and pubs can be found in the towns of Tavistock and Launceston.
Wonderful hospitality such a warm welcome, wonderful food and comfortable accommodation. Nice relaxing break in lovely surroundings'- Maureen and Geoff.
Beera Farmhouse B&B is an ideal base for touring the west country. Many national trust properties such as Cotehele, Llanhydrock, Castle Drogo, Saltrum house, Buckland Abbey and many more. The famous Eden Project, Lost Gardens of Heligan, Rosemoor gardens and Morwellham Quay (as featured in the BBC Edwardian Farm) and the new War Horse exhibition. Along with sandy beaches, quaint fishing villages and the beautiful Dartmoor national park all within 20- 60 minutes drive. Cycling, fishing, horse riding and golf can be arranged locally.

For those with children or young at heart there is Milton Abbot climbing barn, Trethorne Leisure farm, Creely adventure parks, Woodlands, Kents caverns, Go Karting and Tree surfing.


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