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Our Coleridge Restaurant takes gold at Taste of the West Awards

We have recently scooped a prestigious gold award for our Coleridge Restaurant at this year’s (2017) Taste of the West Awards. We’re absolutely over the moon to have scooped the gold award for the third year running in the Restaurant category and it is a testament to all the hard work the whole team puts […]

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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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Coleridge Restaurant sign

Exmoor…it’s a tasty place that’s still pretty wild too

Exmoor is often overlooked as a foodie destination but it’s a great place full of hidden culinary gems and somewhere off the beaten track to explore. It’s still got some really wild and remote spots too, where your mobile definitely won’t work! Our award-winning fare includes dishes made from as much locally-sourced produce as possible […]

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Guest Lounge at Dunkery Beacon Country House, Exmoor, Somerset

Tinker, tailor, soldier…hotelier

Our hotel is thought to have been a hideaway for spies and we’re looking for information to help uncover its chequered past this month (September, 2015). The building is said to have been a safe house and training centre for 1960s and 1970s intelligence staff, so we’re keen to find out more. Colonel Purvis Smythe, […]

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