Exmoor House, MINEHEAD Ref: 0060

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Teri & Austin Baker
Exmoor House,
Wheddon Cross,
Exmoor National Park,
Somerset TA24 7DU

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B&B Reference: 0060

Former tailor’s shop in centre of village

Room Type: 3 double/twin, 1 double, 1 family, all ensuite

Price: £45.00 to £57.50 pppn

Single occupancy: £75.00 to £90.00

Dogs allowed: No

Children: ALL

WiFi access: Yes

Credit Cards accepted: Yes

Evening Meals available: Yes

Less Mobile facilities: No

Assessment grading: BBNW graded

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Teri & Austin Baker

Exmoor House, Wheddon Cross, Exmoor National Park, Somerset TA24 7DU

9 miles from MINEHEAD

A lovely Edwardian house in the heart of Exmoor National Park, recently sympathetically refurbished to enhance its original features whilst maintaining its Edwardian character. The spacious rooms all have TV with Freeview and DVD player, free superfast internet, USB points, laptop safe, hairdryer, silent mini fridge and powerful shower.  Ideally situated to walk the Coleridge Way, visit beaches at Minehead, Porlock and Dunster, enjoy nearby attractions such as Tarr Steps, Wimblehall Lake and Dunster Castle or stargaze from nearby Dunkery Beacon, the highest point in Europe’s first designated “International Dark Skies Reserve”.  Lunches and evening platters by arrangement (24 hours notice required).


Directions & Map

Nearest town or village: Wheddon Cross

If coming from the M4/M5, leave the M5 at junction 25 and head towards Minehead on the A358, passing through the outskirts of Taunton. After passing the Cedar Falls health farm, turn left under the railway bridge onto the B3224 signposted to Wheddon Cross and Raleghs Cross and follow this for about 14 miles, bearing right at the Brendon Hill Methodist Church to remain on the B3224. If coming from the south or west, pick up the A396 at Tiverton and follow it up the valley (mind the pheasants!) all the way to Wheddon Cross.

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