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Accommodation for Walkers at Combas Farm

The 17th Century Combas Farmhouse has been a true labour of love for its owners, John and Gwen. Moving into the working stock farm over 50 years ago, they have made Combas a stunning success. Located in a secluded valley close to the beaches of Croyde Bay and Putsborough so perfect for surfers as well as holidaymakers alike. After such a long time running the B & B, Gwen and John have thought of all those little touches that make a stay here so relaxing, such as some where to leave your boots and wet things to dry ready for your next excursion and Gwens' homemade yoghurts to sample. The Farm has won many tourist industry awards and you can see why, with such welcoming people looking after you during your stay you might not want to leave at all.


Combas Farm has the choice of 1 Family/Twin room, 2 Double rooms, all with en suite facilities and and additional Double room with private bathroom. All are decorated in a homely country style decor and boast complimentary trays for your tea and coffee needs and stunning views are seen from every window. With an extensive award winning breakfast menu, many of the ingredients being home made, you may need to stay extra days just to have your fill of the tasty treats on offer.


Things to do and places to see

  • Putsborough Beach
  • Croyde Bay
  • South West Coast Path
  • Tarka Trail
  • Devon Coast to Coast
  • Saunton Golf Course

Tariff and Booking Details

For more information contact Gwen Adams on 01271 890398 or write to Combas Farm B & B, Putsborough, Croyde. Devon. EX33 1PH.

You may also contact Combas Farm B&B by email or visit our website.


How to get to Combas Farm B & B.

  1. Leave M5 at Junction 27.
  2. Follow A361 to Braunton.
  3. Then take B3231 to Croyde.
  4. Turn into Putsborough Rd.
  5. Follow sign posts to Combas Farm.
Notice for Sat-Nav & GPS users

Please note that once in Croyde, most GPS & Sat-Nav devices will instruct drivers up an apparent road that leads straight to Combas Farm from Croyde. This is a farm track and generally not suitable for vehicles, so please use the Putsborough Rd mentioned above.