Proudly overlooking the Otter Valley and Honiton, in what Daniel Defoe once called "the finest landscape in the world", rises Woodhayes, an elegant listed Georgian farmhouse which dates back to the 14th century. A perfect location for certain types of Period Drama. The farm is a dairy and livestock farm located on the edge of the Black Down Hills just below Dumpdon Hill, an Iron Age hill fort and is also located close to the Jurassic Coast.
The listed 19th century farm buildings have been undergoing gradual conversion from agricultural use to modern office and holiday let accommodation using traditional materials and methods to keep the authentic character of these buildings. Accommodation is also available for senior members of the cast and crew in the house itself and with plenty of parking this is a perfect location for a unit base.