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Walker Friendly Accommodation In Exmoor and The Quantocks

Hotels in Exmoor and The Quantocks


Wick House, Stogumber
Wick House, Stogumber

Wick House is a charming old listed family home, dating back in parts to the Tudor period, set in a picturesque West Somerset village in an area of outstanding beauty between the Quantock and Brendon Hills on the edge of Exmoor National Park. We offer a friendly, informal atmosphere and a high standard of accommodation. All rooms are en-suite and there is a comfortable drawing room with local information and a licensed bar.

A full English breakfast, cooked in the Aga using fresh local produce wherever possible, is served in the dining room overlooking the delightful cottage garden. Evening meals and Sunday lunches are served by prior arrangement. During the summer, morning coffees, cream teas and light lunches are served in the garden and on the veranda.

Children of all ages are welcome. Disabled accommodation is also available with wheelchair access from car park to bedroom.

Bed and Breakfast 35 pppn. Reductions for longer stays. Short break specials. Luggage transfer and collection can be arranged. Packed lunches.

Website: www.wickhouse.co.uk Email: sheila@wickhouse.co.uk Telephone: 01984 656422

Huxtable Farm
Huxtable Farm, Barnstaple

Relax and unwind in this comfortable 16C medieval farmhouse with oak panelling, beams, crackling log fires, uneven floors and low doorways! In a secluded position with walks and wildlife on its doorstep, it is an ideal hideaway for exploring Exmoor N P and N Devon. En-suite rooms, Wi-Fi, tennis court, sauna, games room. On Tarka Trail & Macmillan Way.

B & B from 40 pppn. 3 night discount Oct-April.

Website: www.huxtablefarm.co.uk Email: Telephone: 01598 760254

Puddies Meadow, Crowcombe
Puddies Meadow, Crowcombe

Comfortable and quiet accommodation in a picturesque village on the south west slopes of the Quantocks. Twin and double room with adjacent shower room, drying facilities for walkers and bikers, breakfast made using our own and local produce, home-made marmalade and eggs from our free range poultry. Special diets catered for. Comfortable sitting room and garden. Village shop/p.o., church and public house for dining out. Direct footpath access to the Quantock hills, close to Macmillan Way.

B & B from 30-35 pppn based on two people sharing. 45 single occupancy.

Website: www.puddiesmeadow.co.uk Email: Telephone: 01984 618212

Myrtle Cottage, Portlock
Myrtle Cottage, Portlock

A charming, comfortable 400 year old thatched cottage bursting with character, beams and inglenook fireplaces. Located in the pretty village of Porlock, a short stroll from the sea, in Exmoor National Park. Enjoy a generous freshly prepared breakfast using the best quality, locally sourced ingredients. All rooms en-suite, free Wi-Fi, walkers and dogs welcome.

Bed and Breakfast from 30.00 pppn.

Website: www.myrtleporlock.co.uk Email: Telephone: 01643 862978

Exmoor House, Wheddon Cross
Exmoor House, Wheddon Cross

Restful rooms and real food at our characterful Edwardian house in Exmoor's highest village. Close to the Coleridge Way, the Exmoor Ridgeway and Dunkery Beacon, an excellent base for exploring Somerset and Devon. Recommended by The Guardian, 101 Holidays, The Times, Lonely Planet, Greentraveller. Great value dinner, bed & breakfast packages, good selection of wines, local beers and ciders.

Website: www.exmoorhotel.co.uk Email: Telephone: 01643 841432



 
 
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