Lower Marsh Farm, Landulph, is set within an Area of Outstanding National Beauty on the River Tamar. A former Duchy of Cornwall renowned daffodil farm, Lower Marsh Farm is on the outskirts of the pretty village of Landulph benefiting from the secluded feel of being a million miles from City life but with the convenience of being striking distance of modern amenities.
Here there are private woodlands for walks, an orchard with a hammock for relaxing and admiring the view, picnic areas, a tennis court, a hot tub for relaxing, and our own Salt Marsh Nature Reserve that borders Lake Kingsmill on the River Tamar. Take a short walk down to the waterfront during low tide to enjoy the private shingle beach. For an aerial video over the marsh click here. For families with young children, there are play areas, woodland dens and space to roam. Dogs are very welcome too!
The magical Nature Reserve is rare salt marsh habitat and boasts an interesting array of flora and fauna. With herons, buzzards, egrets, kingfishers, pheasants, owls and bats galore, Lower Marsh Farms offers you over 40 acres of opportunities for rambling, bird watching, or just enjoying the peace and quiet of the Cornish countryside. The farm is managed in a gentle and environmentally friendly manner, you can read more here about the approach.
If a member of your party suffers from memory impairments, we can put up internal door signage, and external doors are lockable with a removable key (the environment is peaceful and we can offer ready to cook meals to lighten the load!).