Here at Huxtable Farm B&B, we are still busy picking apples so that we have plenty to serve as a compote at the breakfast table. Whilst staying at Huxtable Farm B&B you are very welcome to pick your own apples and do some fabulous fungi spotting, there have been some great varieties this year, here are a few photographs for you to enjoy.
There is still so much to do in North Devon during October;
Enjoy an autumnal walk from Huxtable Farm, through woodlands amongst the glorious golden colours of the tree canopy.
Taste delicious West Country Food at award winning eateries, local farmers markets and food festivals e.g. North Devon Food Fest 21st October
Have a Batty time, at National Trust Arlington Court, by following the spooky bat trail and finding out more about the bats that live at Arlington Court 20th -28th October 2018
Gaze at the stars and moon on a clear, crisp night or during Exmoor Dark Skies Festival 20th October – 4th November
Hunt for Exmoor Red Deer (with your eyes & camera) during the rutting season (October) when Stags give their location away when they ‘roar’ also know as ‘bolving’ Exmoor Rangers lead deer walks and there are a few 4X4 off road tour guides who will show you where to find the deer.
Don’t forget to click on this link to see what ‘Things you can do for free at Huxtable Farm’
Pumpkin carving 26, 27 & 28th October at RHS Rosemoor Gardens
New this October at Huxtable Farm – Three day painting expressive and experimental painting course at Huxtable Farm 23rd, 24th & 25th October 2018 10am – 4pm with Ruth Bateman – Click here to find out the details
Huxtable Farm, West Buckland, situated half way between Barnstaple & South Molton, near Exmoor National Park, Devon