Hawkings Hideaway


06 April 2021

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Hawkings Hideaway – The Best Kept Secret in North Devon

Imagine your own private space amongst Luckett Farm’s 20 acres. Once you’ve walked down the private woodland path from the farmhouse and settled into your cosy space, you’ll see nothing but trees, rolling hills, a few sheep, cows, and evan the local red deer.  As you bathe in the wood fired hot you can take in the scenery and relax.

From this remote spot, you can hike an almost endless selection of trails or walk to our local pub, the award winning michelin star rated “The Masons Arms”. This retreat is all about relaxing in the countryside with some home comforts. Have breakfast on your own 35 foot decking area overlooking deer valley and in the evening gather around the fire pit and enjoy the glow of an open fire!

Our farmhouse  is only a few miles from the North Devon Link road making it easily accessible to the towns of Tiverton or South Molton and also the award winning beaches of Saunton and Croyde.

Accommodation –  Eco Shepherds Hut set in a private rural location

From £150 per night

  • Large decking area with amazing views
  • Fire Pit
  • Hot Tub (wood fired)
  • Private rural location
  • Short walk to our local pub /restaurant “The Masons Arms” (michelin star)
  • Dogs Friendly (£25 per dog)
  • Nespresso Coffee machine, toaster and kettle.
  • Located on a farm
  • Honesty Bar
  • Onsite staff

Address and Contact details

Contact: David & Sarah

Luckett Farm


South Molton


EX36 4RS

Tel: 07974346096


Luckett Farm & Hawkings Hideaway

Luckett B&B

The Two Moors Way

Cross the magnificent moorlands of Dartmoor and Exmoor on the Two Moors Way – a coast to coast path suitable for both long-distance and day walkers.  The Two Moors Way spans 102 miles from Ivybridge on the southern boundary of Dartmoor National Park to Lynmouth on the North Devon Coast in Exmoor National Park.

The route comes directly through Knowstone, so Luckett Farm is the ideal stop over!.


Local Walks in Knowstone

Knowstone Parish has a number of well marked footpaths and byways that offer locals and visitors easy access to a variety of amazing landscapes, stunning views and natural habitats.  From a short 20 minutes to an hour plus walk, you can choose.

At Luckett House there is a map showing all the marked routes and public right of ways. If your walking with your dog just be careful when walking through fields with sheep or cattle. Also, there are plenty of red deer in the area and we even have some wild boar in the valley by the Crooked Oak River.