Noteworthy Farm is based on approx 12 acres, which is utilised for growing meadow hay and housing our prize winning herd of Angora goats (which are very friendly).Our Herd name is Yanchella Angora Goats. Our goats have been in TV and used in films like Snow White and The Huntsman.
We had winning success at the Angora Goat Breed Show, and Devon County show with our animals and our fleece.
We also have black, grey and brown coloured Angora goats.
Our goats only produce milk for their young and are not milking goats, instead they provide a lovely fleece called Mohair which is shorn twice a year, and used in the fibre and craft industry.
We are members of the British Angora Goat Society as well as the Mohair Marketing Board.
We also have chickens and ducks which are free range and visit the site on regular occasions.
Proceed on the A3072 Bude Road for approximately 3 miles to Noteworthy. The house is on the right hand side.
Take the A39 along the coastal road towards Bideford and Bude. At Bude take the A3072 towards Holsworthy and follow for approximately 5 miles. The house is on the left hand side.
Explore Devon & Cornwall
Noteworthy campsite is a central location to explore BOTH Devon and Cornwall.Holsworthy
Noteworthy caravan and campsite is situated within a short drive to the market town of Holsworthy. The campsite runs alongside the A3072, providing good road access and location for Cornwall and Devon.
Holsworthy is an Ancient Port Town (Port was a Saxon term for a secure place for trade, i.e. a market) and is recorded in the Doomsday Book. Holsworthy has its own rural Museum providing visitors with a small insight in to Holsworthy's past.
Telephone 01409 259337.
Holsworthy is said to have the smallest High street in the UK.
Every Wednesday Holsworthy hosts a working livestock market. At the same time in the town square they hold a Pannier Market, there is also a WI Market on the same day.
Holsworthy Golf course is only 1 mile from Noteworthy caravan and campsite and we are in close proximity to the Tamar Lakes, which caters for fishing and water sports.
Bude is a seaside resort, and is a short drive away (approx 6 miles)
Renowned for its sandy beaches and for surfing Widemouth Bay is about a 15 minute drive from Noteworthy caravan and campsite.
LOCAL PLACES OF INTEREST
Museum and Heritage centers
Hartland Quay Museum
Winsford Walled Gardens, Halwill Junction Telephone 01409 221477
RHS Garden Rosemoor, Great Torrington Telephone 01705 624067 http://www.rhs.org.co.uk
Lost Gardens Of Heligan http://www.heligan.com
Cookworthy Forest Center, Beaworthy Telephone 01409 221896
Gnome Reserve and Gardens, Nr Bradworthy Telephone 0870 8459012
Eden Project, St Austell, approx 1 hour drive from Noteworthy caravan and campsite http://www.edenproject.co.uk
The Big Sheep - All weather attraction
The Milky Way - Family Days Out
Blackberry Farm Shop - Lizzy's Larder
Dingle's Fairground Heritage Centre
Coles Mills Stables - Riding Stables
The Rydon Inn - Gastro Pub
Bayleaf - Fine Indian Cuisine
The Alpaca Park - Gardens, Walks, Trail, Tearoom and over 60 Alpacas
Kivells - Estate Agent
• Higher Shorston in Holsworthy (4 miles)
• Bude Canal Cornwall (6 miles)
• Blagdon Farm, Ashwater, Holsworthy, Devon
• Tamar Lakes, Kilkhamption, Bude, Cornwall
• Anglers Paradise, Halwill Junction, Holsworthy
• Crawford Lakes, Clawton, Holsworthy (7 miles)
• Mill Leat, Thornbury, Holsworthy, Devon • Highamption Lakes Trout and Course Beaworthy, Devon • Bude Anglers Association
• Shore / Beach fishing
• Northcott Mouth, Crooklets, Bude
• Bude Brake Water
• Widemouth and Crackington Haven
• Sea Fishing By Boat, Clovelly Harbour
• Bude Boat Charter (Bude or Padstow)