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6 Bed & Breakfasts in Exmoor, England
This comfortable, stylish and friendly house offers all you could want, a home from home, and then some. The refurbishment of this 18th Century Town house did not stop at the front door, Fiona has transformed a previously dark and weed infested uninspiring space into a delightful and tranquil walled garden, filled with scented plants including Shrub and Climbing Roses from David Austin and Peter Beales, Irish Yews, Rhododendrons, Azaleas, Clematis and many perennials, just a delight for you to share.
The perfect choice for exploring Exmoor and the coast, or just relaxing in this charming and exceptionally well situated house in an enviable location. With peaceful surroundings rooms are beautifully presented and the standards of food, comfort and hospitality have won annual awards. A perfect example of an establishment where you can be sure of a warm and friendly welcome and excellent value for money, Longmead has eight comfortable and attractively decorated bedrooms, each with its own charming character but all equipped to the highest standards including en-suite facilities, in addition to well appointed public rooms.
This 17th century Coaching Inn at the gateway to Exmoor National Park, is situated on the banks of the gently flowing river Exe. Mentioned in R.D. Blackmore\'s \"Lorna Doone\" this historic Inn has been modernised to provide the very best of comfort and good taste, yet retains its old world charm and atmosphere. You can be assured of a warm and friendly welcome from the proprietors, and their staff. Situated on the banks of the gently flowing River Exe, the Anchor Inn is the ideal base for walking, fishing or just discovering the secrets of the National Exmoor Park. The extensive riverside gardens are ideal for relaxing or fishing on the riverbank. Children and dogs are very welcome.
Formerly a farmhouse, Brendon House was built circa 1780 and still retains many of the original features and character. Brendon House sits in an acre of mature gardens on the village outskirts, elevated above the East Lyn river, with fields and rugged moorland at the rear, making it one of the best locations in the area. From the house the Brendon Valley sweeps east to Malmsmead, brought to fame by the book \"Lorna Doone\", and west to Watersmeet then onward to the villages of Lynton and Lynmouth.