Exclusive, secluded & wonderfully tranquil Middle Coombe Farm is a 16th Century rustic estate available for weddings, private hire and group accommodation.

Set in its own valley in the breathtaking Devon countryside the estate comprises of a Grade II* listed farmhouse and over 700 acres of private grounds and woodland. Each visitor is personally welcomed by Tim or Angela Malyon, whose family has owned Middle Coombe for over 50 years, Middle Coombe Farm is a real slice of West-country paradise, full of atmosphere, energy & character.

Weddings

Unique and desperately romantic woodland wedding venue sitting in its own breathtaking valley, hidden deep in the Devon countryside.

Accommodation

A stunning grade II* listed farmhouse and Allensdown Barn accommodating up to 18+2 people in style.

Venue Hire

Tranquil, secluded and exclusive. We host retreats and events including yoga, music festivals and creative workshops.

What people say about Middle Coombe Farm
"Middle Coombe Farm was the only wedding venue we viewed. The moment we pulled up to the barn on our first visit we already knew we were going to get married here. There aren't enough words to say thank you to you all for making it the most perfect weekend. I'm certain we will find an excuse to return before too long!”
Michael S
"I visited Middle Coombe Farm with a large group of friends for a break over New Year and we couldn't have picked a better place for our holiday. I really can't recommend Middle Coombe enough”
Amy & Friends
“Middle Coombe Farm was the best place we could have had our wedding! On top of being the perfect setting, the staff were fantastic and so helpful and accommodating! We really felt at home for our stay there. The majority of the guests said it was the best wedding they had been to as the setting was so unique! I cannot thank them enough!”
Karey S
“Put simply.......just wonderful! From the idyllic surroundings to the amazing house, the great facilities”
potager12
“Perfect location for a relaxing stay. The house and grounds are fantastic.”
Neil, Jan and Evie