Telephone: 01822 853901
Callisham Farm is a traditional granite and stone built farmhouse nestling in the very pretty valley of Meavy, in the Dartmoor National Park. This traditional homely farm offers peace and tranquility amongst pretty woodland and babbling brooks. The family run hill farm is surrounded by excellent walking country. It is also an ideal centre for fishing, golfing, cycling and touring the beautiful coasts of Devon and Cornwall. The historic port of Plymouth is 12 miles away to the south and the ancient stannary town of Tavistock 7 miles to the north. Plymouth has good transport links, main line railway station, bus station (including national travel), connection to the motorway system via the A38 and M5, plus ferry link to France and Spain.
Esmé Wills and her family extend a warm Devonshire welcome to their guests all year round. We offer comfortable accommodation with en-suite facilities, tea/coffee trays, television, and views onto the fields. The guests lounge has a flagstone floor and an inglenook fireplace cradling a large woodburning stove, making any stay warm and homely. A real English breakfast made from tasty and wholesome local produce is provided. Vegetarian and special diets are catered for on request.
Meavy village, with its picturesque village green, 12th century church and the famous 800 year old Royal Oak Inn, is only half a mile away by road or a short stroll of a quarter mile across the fields.
See our Access Statement for a full description of the facilities and services that we offer all our guests.
Double Room: from £65 to £75 for two persons per night
Single Room: from £35 to £50 per person per night
Family Room: price on application
A number of locations on Dartmoor were used in the filming of WAR HORSE,
principally near Meavy and Sheepstor. See WAR HORSE on Dartmoor.