Exmoor Farmhouse is nestled in the heart of the Exmoor National Park and has some of the most beautiful views of the surrounding moorland. It also provides the perfect setting for anyone looking to enjoy the stunning starlit skies in Europe’s first designated dark skies reserve.
The house lies on the edge of Withypool, a quaint un-spoilt village with cosy tea rooms, a good pub and a handy shop selling daily essentials. The village is well-known thanks to its unusual six-arch stone bridge, which crosses the River Barle. From the village, you can set off either on foot or by car to the nearby Tarr Steps, which is a great spot for picnics, as is the picturesque Landacre Bridge where you can even enjoy a paddle in the river.
Within easy reach of the house, there are many different places to visit, activities to enjoy and attractions to discover. You will also find various pubs, restaurants and tea rooms, many of which have excellent reputations for serving good quality food using local produce.
For those looking to do some shopping before or during their stay, many items of food can be ordered through the Withypool village shop, but for a larger choice you can either visit the supermarkets in Minehead, Tiverton or South Molton or order an online supermarket shop. Orders can also be placed at the Dulverton Food Store, which is nearby.
To get a better understanding of where Exmoor Farmhouse is located please use the map and address provided below.