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A family-run honey farm set in the beautiful East Devon countryside. Whether you are a beekeeper, aspiring beekeeper, or just interested in the natural world and country life, we have something here for you. Come and be part of this special place...more
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| Blackbury Farm, Southleigh, Colyton EX24 6JF, England
We had often seen the signs to the honey farm so went to investigate. Through the restaurant is a meadow with wild flowers, and the restaurant provides drinks and light refreshments. There were a few information boards about the bees, but we left feeling underwhelmed....More
After visiting from Bath twice annually for quite a few years for a delicious cream tea and refill my honey supplies to last a year...We arrived on sunny afternoon with our well behaved small dog looking forward to eating in the garden.....Nellie was quickly banned.Husband...More
A very large field has been planted out the back of the produce shop and restaurant. One can also sit outside under awnings. The field has been sown with wild grasses, and the odd few wild flowers are beginning to show. There are also lots...More
A visit to this honey farm is on our list pretty much every time we visit glorious East Devon.
It is a spotlessly clean and well maintained business that provides education and cake under the same roof!
What more could you ask for?
We arrived without making a reservation at tha Blackbury Honey Farm and since a while there are no more tours without reservation available, it seems. We were looking forward to learning about honey production and everything else related. A small shop and a slightly larger...More
Been here so many times with our little dog and love the setting as well as the honey demo area. Regrettably we can only go again without our Westie as dogs are no longer allowed.
So we are forced to go to the Donkey Sanctuary...More
We live fairly close so are lucky we just pop in sometimes for the peaceful surroundings, wonderful cheese scones or sandwiches in this very pleasant tea room. The meadow is just such a joy to wander round and the garden is full of the most...More