Homeleigh Farm lies on the edge of Chapel Amble – a picturesque village, with its Cornish stone and rendered cottages. The famed old world inn and restaurant, The Maltsters Arms and a widely stocked general store and Post Office are both within 150 yards of the Farm.
The village is situated near Wadebridge, the Camel Estuary (Rock and Polzeath) and the Atlantic coast (Port Isaac and Boscastle) in North Cornwall, just a short distance off the main A39, yet is a retreat from the hustle and bustle, offering the peace and tranquility of the countryside.
The Maltsters Arms
Just 150 yards from Homeleigh Farm is the Maltsters Arms; the local pub and restaurant.
This family run pub serves lunch and evening meals, ranging from bar meals through table d’hote and cordon bleu meals. It has a reputation of being the fish restaurant on the east side of the Estuary. (You can always make the comparison by going across the ferry to Padstow and eat at Rick Stein’s). While you are there try some Doom Bar, an ale now well known through much of the UK, brewed by Sharp’s Brewery, a local brewer based in St Minver.
After a drink and a meal, the Maltsters Arms has the advantage of only being a short walk home!