Jeff Rasley

"Take a tour through history and take in everything War Horse Valley has to offer."  

Our 400 year cob barn houses a World War I Exhibition alongside our War Horse Exhibition

See how we used to farm 100 years ago compared to today’s methods, you’ll wonder how we ever got anything done!

From ploughing with horses to cutting the grass with a scythe, our modern day machinery is infinitely faster!

Compare the largest to the smallest breeds of pigs and sheep on our farm.

Meet our little micro piglets, the alpacas, ponies and rabbits. See the difference between the huge Devon Longwool sheep and the tiny Soay breed.

Take a walk along our 
Farm Trail.

Follow the granite rollers marking the way following the famous Tarka Trail and explore our beautiful valley. There is abundant wildlife – from birds, butterflies, bees and the wild flowers they pollinate to hares and foxes.

Browse Michael Morpurgo’s wonderful books.

Captivating stories from our local master storyteller and author of War Horse.

Discover our museum

World War I artifacts and information help show the effect the

war had on this part of Devon and the invaluable part horses played in the conflict.

Farms for City Children 

Founded by Michael Morpurgo 

and his wife Clare here in Iddesleigh in 1976. See our exhibition of the work of this wonderful charity.

Our famous Devonshire Cream Teas

After your walk 
a delicious Devonshire Cream Tea awaits you in our

conservatory where you can take in the stunning view of the valley.

£6 per adult and £4 per child. Open everyday between 2pm-6pm from 4th July - 30th September 2020 & during October half term from 24th October - 1st November 2020

Tel: 01837 810318



War Horse Valley Country Farm Park




EX19 8SN


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