Smeaton Farm Organic Bed And Breakfast

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Smeaton Farm
PL12 6RZ

Smeaton Farm Organic Bed And Breakfast, Saltash

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Smeaton Farm is a 450 acre working farm situated within the Duchy of Cornwall. It is run by husband and wife team Richard and Sarah Jones. Located near to Saltash the farm is fully organic both in its arable and livestock activities.

Farm fresh meats are available for sale all of which come from the animals that can be seen grazing on the farm. The farm is ideally located for those wishing to discover this part of Cornwall with both AA 4-Star Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast and camping facilities available. Guests can enjoy our farm trail children's play area and picnic area.

Every year the farm is home to the Amazing Cornish Maize Maze which attracts thousands of visitors from far and wide. While the Maze is open the farm offers a variety of additional attractions and activities including a gift shop cafe quizzes and games.

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