Monthly Archives: March 2016

1st Floor Luxury Four Poster bedroom

Bringing luxury to a wild and woolly Exmoor

Exmoor is known for its rugged, breath-taking scenery and its appeal to the outdoorsy type, but it’s not often thought of as a place where you’d find luxury…until now. We’ve created a high-class haven on the Moor at our boutique hotel. You don’t have to be über active when you come here. There’s plenty of […]

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Co-owner of the Dunkery Beacon Country House Hotel and chef John Bradley building new veg beds at the hotel

We’re backing Exmoor food heroes & garden growers

Diners at our restaurant this year will be helping to support farmers and suppliers within a 20-mile radius of the business including some back garden growers. We’re backing nearby commercial suppliers, as well as neighbours who grow surplus produce in their vegetable patches in the village. We’re committed to supporting as many of the local […]

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The Quantock Belle2

Steaming back in time

Running from Minehead to Bishop’s Lydeard near Taunton with plenty of stops on the way, including Dunster near us, the West Somerset line is Britain’s longest heritage railway. After a struggle against all financial odds in the early 1980s, the line has blossomed into one of the West Country’s leading tourist attractions – bringing in […]

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Somewhere on the moor

Why visit Exmoor?

There are hundreds of reasons why you should come to the Moor for a long weekend or a midweek break. Here are just 15 of the best ones for you to mull over… Exmoor is one of the few places in the country where you can get away from it all, escape modern communications (mobile […]

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