South Week comprises of 102 hectares, bordered by tributary streams of the River Little Dart and is run as an organic holding, producing beef, lamb and horticulture produce. There are 35ha of culm measures, pasture and moorland, which contains wild flowers and grasses providing home for a wide range of insects, rodents, birds and larger mammals. Surrounding the culm grasslands is woodland (32ha) and the hedgerows are species rich. There are traditional orchards with old-fashioned varieties. Ponds and traditional buildings date from the 15th century.