The Jubilee Inn – A new place to stay and eat on Exmoor

The Jubilee Inn is a newly refurbished boutique Inn and restaurant with luxurious guest accommodation on the Somerset/Devon Border, under the internationally renowned Dark Skies Reserve above Exmoor National Park.  We offer fabulous fine dining or classic Inn food cooked to perfection, accompanied by fine wines and ales.  It’s a perfect place to relax with a warm welcome in beautiful, yet comfortable surroundings which are both elegant and a little bit quirky!

badgeThe Jubilee Inn is open for casual or fine dining from Tuesdays to Sundays. It is also possible to just pop in for a pint and enjoy the views.  You could even stay a little longer and explore Exmoor, the Two Moors Way, and Devon’s vast array of attractions which make this such a cherished part of the UK.

You find The Jubilee Inn just along the B3227, around 6 miles from South Molton service station and under 2 1/2 hours from London Paddington via Tiverton Parkway Mainline station (2 hour fast train).

The Elliott family along with their creative and outstanding Executive Chef Sam Salway look forward to welcoming you to this unique Inn nestled in the heart of the South West, under the first European Dark Skies Reserve – Exmoor National Park.


Art exhibition inspired by 60 years of Exmoor National Park

Mark O'Brien - PaintingMore than 30 artists have contributed works to an exhibition of art inspired by the 60th anniversary of Exmoor National Park.

The exhibition, at the Loughrigg Gallery in South Molton, is the brainchild of owner Michael O’Brien who says: “The gallery often features images of Exmoor in one form or another amongst the other works so I thought in this special year it would be an opportunity to invite local artists to contribute something featuring the National Park’s fantastic landscape.

“I’m pleased to say that there has been an enthusiastic response and we have some wonderful pieces on display including sculptures, oil, water colours, pastels, and photography.”

The exhibition runs from 1 – 31 July, entry is free and all the artwork will be for sale – 5% of the proceeds will be donated to CareMoor for Exmoor, the Exmoor National Park environment support fund.

Commenting on the initiative Andrea Davis, Chairman of Exmoor National Park, said: ”We are very grateful to Mike for setting up the exhibition which will showcase our wonderful area and I am looking forward to having a look around it myself.”

The Loughrigg Gallery from Tuesday to Saturday, 10am to 4pm.