This is how Storm Callum looks on Dartmoor today

Storm Callum is passing by, it’s a noisey storm, very wet and we have had some of our shed roof covering blow off. The cattle are standing under the trees and the sheep are still feeding as usual… Amazing. The rain is horizontal as per Dartmoor usual, it is much better to watch it than…

It even looks good in the rain

It rained nearly all day today as we prepared for our guests from Amsterdam. The garden however is just starting to bloom.

Good News, Bad News

The really good news is that we still have plenty of weekdays still free for booking. The bad news is that there are only 3 weekends still available. They are May 11-13. July  20-23.  October 26-28  

From now on you will have fresh water

Feburary 10th 2018 was an important day in the history of Bernard’s Acre. For the first time we had HOT WATER from one of our three new hot water cylinders. This was a big step forward in the phased refurbishment works intended to bring the building up to a safe, comfortable and legal standard Clean…

A Birthday year ?

We know for sure that Bernard’s Acre opened its doors for the first time in 1978. ( That’s 40 years). This weeks photo is from our archive collection taken in the 1920’s showing the original owners wife in an established garden.  That makes us 100 as well Come and see for yourself. The stone circle…

Dartmoor foal is friendly welcome

This little chap gave us a very warm welcome the other morning. What a great way to start your  day. Don’t forget our open day is on Sunday afternoon 18 th March #welovedevon  #dartmoor  #bernardsacre