“One of the many things we like about Webland is that it is a family run park with the personal touch”carol and garry bowden
Webland Farm is small and extremely friendly. It is family owned and run by Trevor and Jill Horne, and you can always be sure of a warm welcome when you arrive. Jill and Trevor have owned Webland since 1990 and have always maintained it as a quiet country park, focused on providing a haven of peace and relaxation for their lodge and caravan owners.
Although it retains the name Webland Farm, over a century of dairy farming came to a close back in the 1950’s. Following its purchase by Trevor and Jill, the transformation began to create the quiet country park that you can see today. Webland is, however, still bordered by farming land and that contributes to the delightful views and the level of peace and quiet.
Jill’s role at Webland is generally overseeing the day-to-day organisation, running the office along with Sharon Luscombe and looking after the needs of the lodge and caravan owners.
Trevor looks after the long-term development of the site. This currently includes the new Meadow and Terrace developments, extending the walking areas, and the continued addition of services and support to the site.These additions include dedicated fibre optic lines to provide high quality internet, TV and home management systems.
Both Trevor and Jill are committed to preserving Webland Farm in its current form, as a quiet country ‘bolt-hole’ for its holiday home owners and as their own home.
Trevor and Jill have been supported for many years in the management of Webland Farm by Sharon and Rob Luscombe, and the holiday home owners regard Trevor, Jill, Sharon and Rob as one big family team.
Sharon and Rob have been increasingly involved since they joined Webland in 2004 and have taken over the day to day running of the business with Jill and Trevor supporting them.
Sharon is responsible for marketing and office administration, showing visitors around, helping with sales enquiries, and organising shows and open days. If you want to know more about purchasing a lodge at Webland Farm, Sharon is the person to speak to, and she will be delighted to give you all the help she can.
In the summer months Rob is most likely to be seen on his industrial size mower, or tending the flowerbeds, and by and large keeping the grounds and gardens looking spick and span. In the winter he may be improving driveways, putting in new trails, or undertaking exciting new projects.
Rob is also responsible for the beautiful custom made decking and supervising the soft landscaping.
In summary, we are a small team of friendly people who are here to help ensure that all the lodge and caravan homeowners are happy and content! Jill and Trevor live on the park at the farmhouse and Rob and Sharon live at the bottom of the lane so there is always help and support on hand if you need it.
Webland is open all year round so that owners can enjoy the use of their homes throughout the four seasons. The grounds are fully maintained at all times, so all you have to do is enjoy them.
If you are coming down to Webland Farm take the A38 from the M5, and continue on the A38 until you reach the South Brent exit, which is the A385.
After 300 yards, take the 3rd exit at the roundabout. Then, approximately 200 yards further on turn right.
It is then just over a mile until you reach the entrance to Webland. It is a short journey from the A38, but one that transports you away from the main Exeter to Plymouth traffic to the peace and tranquility of the country. Your escape to the country has begun!
Why not come and see Webland for yourself. You can phone us on 01364 73273 to arrange a time to visit, or use our website contact form to get more information about owning a lodge at Webland Farm.
Webland Farm is 24 acres in size and has been developed slowly and responsibly over the years. Working closely with South Hams Council the park has been developed within environmental guidelines to ensure that it is integrated well within the local environment.
Ensuring good space between plots is also important to us, and the space we provide is well above BH&HPA benchmarks and holiday park criteria.
There are 5 designated holiday home areas on the park. These are the original Park area, the Orchard, the Terrace, the Spinney and the latest development in the Meadow.
There is also a dedicated dog exercise area, a walk along the edge of the park known as Tor View walk, and a wild flower meadow area to relax in.
The latest developments are in the Meadow and the Terrace. The Meadow is secluded from the rest of the park and offers delightful views to the East, South and West. It gives us the opportunity to create high quality lodge homes, 40’ x 22’ in size, with all the latest add-ons and facilities.
The Terrace was previously used for caravans but is being converted now to take 12 lodges, 30’ x 20’ in size, providing a modern high quality lodge at an attractive price.
The Spinney is a fully completed lodge development of 40’ x 20’ lodges, with 28 lodges in total.
The Park area was the first area to be developed and still offers high quality caravans.
The Orchard is a small area that has been converted for lodges.
Our commitment to our owners is that we will continue to develop and manage the park consistent to the values we have used since we bought the park in 1990. We believe it is important that our owners have confidence in us and in the way that we will manage the park.