Our lovely Edwardian house in the heart of Exmoor National Park is also in the centre of a working village and it isn’t uncommon to see sheep being herded along the road immediately outside.
Since taking over Exmoor House in May 2017 we have sympathetically refurbished most areas to enhance its original features, whilst hopefully maintaining its Edwardian character. The very spacious rooms are all now much lighter and benefit from all the mod cons you could hope for – Smart TVs with Freeview, free Superfast internet access, USB charging points, laptop safes, silent mini fridges.
We are ideally situated to walk the Coleridge Way, visit the beaches of Minehead, Porlock and surrounding area (9 miles) and to enjoy the beauty of nearby attractions such as Tarr Steps, Lynton and Lynmouth, Wimbleball Lake and Dunster Castle.
Exmoor is also home to some of the darkest skies in the country and is Europe’s first designated ‘International Dark Skies Reserve’. Nearby Dunkery Beacon is a great place to stargaze and appreciate the enormity of our universe with the naked eye.
We don’t view Exmoor House as just a business; first and foremost it’s our home and we hope guests find everything here that they need to have a relaxing and enjoyable stay.
If you call ahead to let us know what time you will be arriving you will be welcomed with a cup of tea or coffee and a slice of cake or homemade scones.