Family run for over 30 years
Trevor and Jill Horne bought Webland Farm as a small family caravan park over 30 years ago and live in the original farmhouse, enjoying the rural tranquility.
Jill’s role at Webland is generally overseeing the day-to-day organisation, running the office and looking after the day-to-day needs of the holiday home owners.
Trevor looks after the long-term development of the site. This currently includes planning for landscaping, the development of the wildlife reserve, and the continued addition of services and support to the site such as radio controlled security and broadband and TV connectivity.
Both Trevor and Jill are committed to preserving Webland Farm in its current form, as a quiet haven for its owners.
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 is responsible for sales 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 holiday home 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 new development projects.
As a team, we look to add useful services for our home owners, and to be available, often over a cup of tea, to provide help and support when needed.
In summary, we are a small team of friendly people who are here to help ensure that Webland Farm is a quiet, relaxing Park and that all our lodge and caravan homeowners are happy and content!
Webland Farm is different to many of the Parks in the area in that, as well as having arguably some of the most picturesque views, we have made a conscious decision not to over develop the park, so that our owners can enjoy the peace and tranquility of their ‘escape to the country’.
As we have developed Webland Farm in recent years, we have always focused on retaining what our owners like about the Farm. Nothing gives us more satisfaction than to see our lodge and caravan owners enjoying the experience of the park in the same way that we do, and to hear them say that they love the peace and quiet, and that they see Webland Farm as their ‘bolt-hole’ where they can come to relax and unwind.
Webland is very convenient to get to. Leave the A38 at the Marley Head exit and then it is just under 1.5 miles to the Park.
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 tranquillity of the country.
It is also an ideal base to discover the South Devon countryside, coast and market towns, as well as exploring the rugged beauty of nearby Dartmoor.