After a busy few weeks with holiday cottage bookings, we managed to fit in our annual cottage rating inspection.
We are pleased to announce that we maintained our 5 star rating on Orchard and Old Stables cottages, and 4 Star Gold on Barn cottage. We now look forward to the busy summer season, and hoping that this beautiful Devon sunshine continues.
New arrivals enjoy the sunshine.
At last the sun shines at Mornacott. After one of our wettest winters on record we are finally getting the weather one would expect for this time of the year. Our animal numbers have swelled considerably over the last two months with the safe arrival of over 80 calves, 200 lambs, some Landrace piglets and a brood of Maran chicks. All of the animals, especially the piglets, are looking forward to meeting our holiday guests this summer.
Spring has arrived at Mornacott
The sun is shining, the lambs are bleating, spring is in the air here at Mornacott. We have been busily spring cleaning our cottages, ready to welcome old and new friends alike. Not only have we seen this year’s crop of new lambs, we are delighted to welcome a new member to our team with Grant and Megan’s new baby daughter, Olivia, being born on 4th February. Let’s hope the rest of the year continues as well as it has started!
All over again for another season!
Christmas has arrived at Mornacott.
Today saw the annual plucking of our Mornacott Christmas turkeys. This year our bronze turkeys have been lovingly reared along side our Ruby Red Devon Cattle. Over the summer the turkeys and cattle have shared many happy hours enjoying the Devon sunshine so we hope this will be reflected in their flavour.
The team here at Mornacott all take part in the plucking of the turkeys and take one home each for christmas lunch.
We wish you all a Merry Christmas and hope your turkeys are as tasty as ours.
Big hit with the big guns. Last Tuesday brought another shooting party to Mornacott who were keen to try a slightly bigger calibre of gun on the pheasants and partridges. Sadly, not least because itís inert, they were unable to use our 30mm anti-aircraft gun.
Last Tuesday brought another shooting party to Mornacott who were keen to try a slightly bigger calibre of gun on the pheasants and partridges. Sadly, not least because it’s inert, they were unable to use our 30mm anti-aircraft gun.
Undeterred, the party, which comprised no fewer than six different nationalities, went on to shoot very well finishing the day with a very creditable bag and, through their generosity, raising well over £500.00 in “fines” for our chosen charities – The Soldiers’ Charity (Army Benevolent Fund) and the Royal Marines Charity.
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