This brilliant, fun place is run by a small, independent, local conservation charity called Torbay Coast & Countryside Trust (TCCT). We care for over 1,700 acres of Torbay’s most beautiful natural and wild spaces.

HOW TO FIND US

It’s easy to find us! We’re on Preston Down Road off the A3022 / Hellevoetsluis Way.



Travelling by Bus or Coach

A Stagecoach No. 13 bus operates from Brixham through to Kingsteignton via Paignton and Torquay. The closest drop-off is at Marldon Village with a short 5 – 10 minute walk from there to Occombe Plan Your Journey

OurBus Torbay operates a Route 60 that stops right within Occombe’s own car park. This route runs via Paignton Library and Livermead with plenty of pick-ups in between. Plan Your Journey


Travelling by train

We’re easy to get to via Paignton Railway station; just a short 19 minute bus ride and a bit of a walk from Marldon Village. Check it out here

Occombe Farm

Travelling by car

We’re well connected to local road networks, so we’re easy to find! There’s loads of on-site parking, across two car parks; a shoppers car park for Occombe Farm Shop and a much larger visitors car park with level easy access to Occombe Farm Café.

We’ve two main entrances, just off Preston Down Road. We’re well signposted when you approach Paignton, just look out for the brown signs. Once you get onto A3022 / Hellevoetsluis Way from whichever direction, simply stay on that road until you reach a roundabout signposting Occombe Farm and then with Farm Shop or Farm indicated.

We are just:
14 minutes from Torquay
10 minutes from Paignton
25 minutes from Brixham
15 minutes from Newton Abbot
34 minutes from Exeter


Getting here on foot or by bike

You can safely walk to Occombe from Torquay seafront (a main bus route) via Cockington Lane, Totnes Road and Cockington Road. This takes roughly an hour. You can cycle from Torquay, Brixham and Paignton via the main routes and uphill via Preston Down Road. Walking or cycling here is so good for you and the environment, and we love that!

Occombe Farm
Occombe Farm

ACCESSIBILITY

We are working hard to make Occombe accessible for all, within the constraints of its landscape and natural environment. We are working closely with an access officer to introduce new innovative schemes, and material, to ensure that everyone can enjoy Occombe.

Do check back from time to time as we work towards greater accessibility and towards providing full access statements.

Occombe Farm Shop

From the shopper’s car park there’s level access to the Farm Shop and designated parking spaces for Blue Badge Holders in front of the entrance. The shop is fully accessible, being on one level, with lift access to Occombe Farm Café above. The car park surface is a mix of tarmac and laid gravel 20mm to dust compacted surface.

Occombe Farm Café

The Café and accessible toilet are on the first floor. The building is built into a bank so the first-floor level has ground level access as you enter from the large visitor car park. There is a lift to the Farm Shop on the lower ground floor level. There is a mix of gravel and laid paths on approach.

Occombe Farm Park and Play

Access information is coming soon whilst we continue to build the play barn and animal farm trail.

Occombe Farm
Occombe Farm
Occombe Farm

ABOUT OCCOMBE

This brilliant, fun place is run by a small, independent, local conservation charity called Torbay Coast & Countryside Trust (TCCT). We care for over 1,700 acres of Torbay’s most beautiful natural and wild spaces including Cockington Country Park, Berry Head National Nature Reserve, a host of wildlife-friendly woodlands, meadows, stunning cliffs and coastlines and Occombe too!

Occombe provides funds towards our care of these many treasured green spaces in Torbay. Simply buying a cup of coffee in our cafe, a cake from our farm shop or playing in our farm park supports our work throughout Torbay; caring for and maintaining Torbay’s special green spaces and securing their future for wildlife, for people, for generations to come. That’s Good times that do Good!

Images of kids with animals, people having coffee and food and shopping.