Lynton: Lee House

An attractive 4 Star Silver Award winning guesthouse featured in the Independent Newspaper’s “50 Best B&Bs” Lee House provides excellent quality bed and breakfast accommodation in the beautiful Exmoor National Park village of Lynton, an ideal location for exploring the unique landscape of Exmoor’s coast and countryside, walking the South West Coast Path along the spectacular … Continue reading Lynton: Lee House

Lynmouth: Exmoor Centre

        The Exmoor Centre is a remote residential centre in the Hoaroak valley near Lynton & Lynmouth where young people and families can enjoy being in the heart of Exmoor. Situated beside Hoaroak Water with direct access to open moorland we have inside dormitory accommodation for fourteen and in the grounds camping for … Continue reading Lynmouth: Exmoor Centre

Lynton: The Denes

The Denes Guest House – a charming Edwardian place to stay Our attractive Edwardian house is situated in Lynton, a mere stone’s throw from the entrance to the Valley of Rocks. We offer immediate access to picturesque walks and cycling routes in Exmoor National Park, as well as a comfortable place of refuge at the … Continue reading Lynton: The Denes

Bampton: The Bark House

Discover the hidden treasures of greater Exmoor from the Exe Valley and the Bark House A place where you can enjoy a traditional Devon welcome, where cream teas and dinners are served in cosy, cottage style surroundings. Every assistance is given to enable you to get the best from your stay, and to discover those … Continue reading Bampton: The Bark House

Dulverton: Streamcombe Farm

Streamcombe Farm is a small, boutique bed and breakfast 1.5 miles from Dulverton, situated on the southern border of Exmoor National Park. The setting is very rural and wild, tranquil and relaxing. A beautiful stone barn was converted in 2009 to create unusual and contemporary guest accommodation. The barn annexe is private and separate from the … Continue reading Dulverton: Streamcombe Farm

East Anstey: The Jubilee Inn

The Jubilee Inn – 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.  Relax with a warm welcome in beautiful, yet comfortable surroundings which are both elegant, yet a little … Continue reading East Anstey: The Jubilee Inn

Minehead: Oakfield B&B

Indulgent coastal B&B for grown-ups, with beautiful Edwardian interiors and fabulous breakfasts (and treats) For a tranquil Exmoor break with a chic seaside feel, our boutique B&B is the perfect base. Downstairs, the house is stylish and welcoming; quirky, but practical (a bit, we hope, like us). Upstairs, it’s unashamedly pampering, with crisp bedlinen, luxurious … Continue reading Minehead: Oakfield B&B

Longlands Safari Lodges

Longlands – Five luxury safari lodges set in 17 acres of beautiful countryside, on the western border of Exmoor, overlooking the North Devon coast.  Get close to nature. Immerse yourself in a simpler way of living. Unplug from the daily rush. Reconnect as a family. Bring the dog. Paddle around the lake. Go bug hunting … Continue reading Longlands Safari Lodges

Dulverton: Middle Upcott Farm

Bed and Breakfast in Dulverton Middle Upcott Farm provides the discerning Exmoor visitor with top quality bed and breakfast accommodation near Dulverton. We also have comfortable horse accommodation for those who wish to holiday with their horse & ride in the famous Exmoor National Park Four poster bedroom with en-suite shower room Family room with … Continue reading Dulverton: Middle Upcott Farm

Minehead: The Old Stables

5 STAR B&B TURNED INTO THREE SELF-CATERING ROOMS with Laura Ashley furniture, 1500 sprung mattresses, goose-down duvets, 100% cotton sheets, central heating, fully-equipped kitchenettes, modern shower rooms, and light, superbly clean interiors. Off-road parking. One ground-floor room. 1 minute walk to the sea front and Exmoor walking/biking trails – yet only a five minute level … Continue reading Minehead: The Old Stables

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