For your stay in the tent you have a number of options if you want to cook.
Cook outside on the BBQ; use the wood-burning oven or simply rustle something up on the gas hobs.
For a special event, try out a fine dining experience with a local chef cooking just for you in the safari tent.
We provide locally made charcoal for the BBQ and wood for the campfire and stove - complimentary basket on arrival.
Have a go using the recycled washing machine drum BBQ for a slightly different approach to campfire cooking, or hire out our pizza oven for your very own pizzas, right next to your tent.
Try out the BBQ hamper - with farm-local burgers, sausages and marinated chicken.
Each safari tent has a large wood burning stove, with an oven and hot plate, use it to cook great breakfast using the paella dish. Cook up a full roast or even bake your own bread - we can show you how.
Alternatively, use the two ring gas hob for boiling the kettle or rustling up something a little quicker
North Devon offers a huge range of places to eat out. Some local and others worth the drive to discover.
In the village we have some great take-way options too!
There are just too many good places to mention here.
We will be happy to suggest other places and some of our favourites too
The village has some great places to try out.
Enjoy home-made cakes or a cream tea at Tea on the Lawn.
Pop into the local shop where there is always a warm welcome and cafe to try out.
Alternatively, grab some fish and chips on a Tuesday evening from Miles'.
Locally, you could try out:
The Bell at Chittlehampton
The New Inn at Roborough
The Exeter Inn at Chittlehamholt
For restaurants there are Northcote Manor and High Bullen Country Club just a few minutes away.
Venture further afield to Broomhill Art Hotel, a real slow food experience - superb food set in a stunning sculpture garden.
Take a stroll along the beach at Instow and enjoy a meal at the Boathouse.