The Calancombe Estate is located in the delightful Witchcombe Valley, close to Modbury in South Devon. Blessed by a unique microclimate, south-facing slopes and free draining soil, the Estate is ideally suited for wine production, and we have planted 5 vineyards across 23 acres (23 000 vines in total) varieties including Pinot Noir, Bacchus, Madeleine Angevine, Pino Grigo, Pinot Noir Précoce and Chardonnay, offer the opportunity to make excellent Sparkling White and Rosé, still white wine and, with an exceptional summer, red wine. Historically, Devon was famous for excellent English Cider and, along with several other producers in the area, we are working to reverse the decline of Cider Orchards, by panting hundreds of traditional cider.
Surrounded by its own 64 acres of farmland, orchards and vineyards, Coombe Farm is situated in the tranquil Witchcoombe Valley, close to the picturesque market town of Modbury. The sandy beaches of Bantham, Bigbury-on-Sea and Thurlestone are less than 5 miles away, and the nearby natural harbours of Salcombe and the River Yealm offer sheltered waters for sailing and other watersports. Surfing at Bigbury and Bantham is excellent. Dartmoor is only 3 miles to the North.
Coombe Farm has 2 properties available to let; Coombe Farmhouse for up to 12 guests and Vine Cottage, a luxury one-bedroom house for 2 guests. During the peak summer holiday season, (mid-July to early September) Vine Cottage is only available for rent with Coombe Farmhouse, to ensure privacy for guests who spend much of their time outside in the Courtyard and in the pool. However, for the remainder of the year when guests tend to spend more of their time indoors, Vine Cottage is available seperately, and it can also be booked with Coome Farmhouse to accommodate up to 14 guests in total.