When staying at Exmoor Farmhouse you are surrounded by the beauty of Exmoor, which is a spectacular place to enjoy a break no matter what the season. In the winter months enjoy crisp walks through frosty woods, when spring arrives watch baby lambs skip across the fields, in summer go horse riding along stunning heather-clad moors and when the leaves turn red and the nights start drawing in get cosy beside the fire in one of the traditional pubs.
Exmoor Farmhouse sits in the heart of the National Park, which covers more than 250 square miles. It is ideally located for exploring this wonderful area that is home to red deer, Exmoor ponies and buzzards. The views of Exmoor from the house are some of the most breath-taking as are the walks that can be enjoyed directly from the farm. It is even possible to bring your own horse and ride out across the moors either on your own or with one of the local hunts.
When the sun goes down, look up at the velvety black night sky and admire the stunning display of thousands of stars twinkling in the distance. The National Park is Europe’s first designated dark skies reserve and is one of the best places to go stargazing, on a clear winter’s evening you will have the opportunity to spot the Milky Way and hopefully wish upon a shooting star.