Whilst we were away in Devon on holiday it was my Sister’s and Mum’s birthday, so we wanted to do something special to celebrate.

As my sister lives in Devon she knows of all the lovely places to visit, she had been hearing such lovely things about Hinam Farm in Dulverton so she thought it would be a lovely place to celebrate together with a cream tea!

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Take a look at the directions on how to find them, we followed my sister but there are little signs around to point you in the right direction. However it is Exmoor so expect country lanes!

Hinam Farm is situated in the stunning Exmoor National Park and you sure know it. It is stunning, with beautiful views surrounding you, animals grazing and their traditional farmhouse.

When we arrived we were greeted by two very cute donkeys, my kids are ‘townies’ and the sight of a donkey still excites them!!

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We all sat outside as it was a nice day however there is lovely seating inside too.

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Now down to the serious stuff….food!

Hinam Farm has a great selection of food, from different styles of homemade scones, cakes and sandwiches we were not disappointed.

Hubby, Mum, Dad, twins and I had a traditional cream tea

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My sister had an Exmoor Tea

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Niece had a very yummy looking chocolate cake

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T had the most largest and fluffyest meringues we have ever seen! The lady did try and warn him of the size…..

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Everything was presented well, tasted so yummy and we would happily go back to Hinam Farm again.

Hinam Farm doesn’t just do cream teas, they also offer Roast lunches on Sundays and Wednesdays and accommodation.

If your around that area this summer do pop in to Hinam Farm, you won’t regret it!

 

 

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