Animal Field

Originally a working farm, Court Farm Holidays still has some animals for guests to meet. Why not make a morning visit to the animals part of your daily holiday routine – don your wellies and help us feed our furry residents!

We hold regular feeding time for the animals during school holidays. During the quieter winter months, there may be fewer feeding sessions during the week but guests can visit the animals themselves at any time during their stay.  Please ask us for more information, prior to arrival or check the noticeboard in the games room for feeding times during your stay.

Please note:

Animal feeding sessions are currently only running on Monday mornings from 9.30-10.30am, allowing us to introduce you to our animals and show you how to feed them and collect the eggs so you can do this for the rest of your stay. We have also set up a self service feed store, allowing guests to experience the same farm experience in a safe and organised manner!

Meet Our Farm Animals

A Cornish Farm Experience!

Our Goats

By far our cheekiest residents are our two Pygmy Goats: Teddy and Freddy. Two new additions who have certainly livened up the animal field with their antics!

Our Pigs

A guest favourite is our pig called Peppa (guess where the inspiration for the names came from!). She is a Kune Kune pig – She maybe large, but so is her heart. Give her a fuss and some food and you have a friend for life!

Our Chickens

Take a little trip up the animal field to find our Chicken Cottage, home to our humorous hens! These lovely ladies are always glad for some attention from our guests, especially if you take them some tasty morsels. Collecting the eggs is always a highlight and a brilliant photo opportunity. A fresh supply of eggs is also available to buy on site each morning – but be quick, they’re so delicious they don’t stick around long!

Our Ponies

In the Summer months we have Tinker and Belle our two twelve year old mares. Tinker is a Appaloosa Welsh Section A and Belle is a Pieblad Shetland. They are both very friendly and love attention.

Our sheep

Occasionally you might see some sheep and lambs in the field, these belong to our neighbour farmer who borrows our field in return for these furry friends cutting the grass for us!

Other Furry Friends

As well as our farm animals, you might spot Kevin’s cats wandering around the site. Simbe and Mittens are very friendly, so make sure to say hello to them if you spot them on their adventures!