Wheddon Cross: Exmoor House

Award-winning guest house in Exmoor’s highest village. Recommended by The Guardian, Lonely Planet, 101 Holidays.

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For a  lovely place to stay that’s a bit different, try Exmoor House, right in the heart of the National Park. Exmoor House is somewhere to escape to, with very comfy rooms, a peaceful atmosphere and thoughtful ‘little touches’ that make it a totally relaxing experience.

Originally built as a tailor’s shop, the house is full of quirky character. In the guest sitting room (which was once the village reading room) you’ll find an honesty bar, books and maps to borrow, and a cosy log fire. There are no TVs, and very little mobile phone reception, so you can really switch off.

Food is a highlight at Exmoor House: everything is properly home-made by Frank the chef, using good local ingredients. Dinner bed and breakfast breaks are great value.

You can also book exclusive use of Exmoor House for house parties of up to 12 people: wonderful for celebrations or reunions.

Whether you’re visiting Exmoor to walk, cycle, explore the area or simply get away from it all, de-stress and unwind, this is the place to be.


Frank Velander and Rosi Davis

Exmoor House, Wheddon Cross, Exmoor National Park, Somerset TA24 7DU

Tel:                           (01643) 841432

e-mail:                   info@exmoorhotel.co.uk

Web:                       www.exmoorhotel.co.uk

Blog:                      http://exmoorhousewx.blogspot.com

Twitter:                 http://twitter.com/ExmoorHouseWX

Facebook:            http://www.facebook.com/ExmoorHouse

mobile website:  http://www.exmoorhouse.tel/


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