The Grounds

We are situated in the glorious Exmoor National Park and a short drive from the pretty town of Dulverton. The cottages are stone barn conversions located on our family farm with 60 acres of fields, woodlands, and a river to explore. We are designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest with many rare plants and wildlife. Our woodland has been in existence for over 400 years, making it a designated ancient woodland. This creates a truly unique and magical place to explore.

Each property benefits from an outdoor seating area, BBQ, and incredible views over the valley below. There is an adventure playground for the children to enjoy.

The Night Sky

Exmoor is one of the few places in England where low levels of light pollution allow you to truly experience the beauty of the night sky. In recognition of this, Exmoor has been designated Europe’s first International Dark Sky Reserve by the Dark Sky Association. You can enjoy star gazing on Exmoor at any time of year – just try and pick a clear night and there will be plenty to see.

Local Walks

We are lucky to be surrounded by beautiful countryside. There are many lovely walks that allow visitors to take in the beauty of the moor, rich wildlife, and ancient history. The below link provides a number of suggested walking spots on Exmoor however if there is something specific you are looking for please do not hesitate to ask us.

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Exploring on horseback

Exmoor’s myriad of bridleways and quiet lanes are unique and world renowned.

Horse Riding in Exmoor National Park is a fantastic way to get out into the stunning landscape. Varied woodland, moors and open fields are crisscrossed with over 625 miles of tracks and bridleways, ideal for exploring on horseback. There is an abundance of wildlife, from buzzards to red deer, butterflies to wild Exmoor ponies.

Cycle Routes

There are some excellent cycle routes around Dulverton, we hope you like hills!

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