Threadneedle Bed and Breakfast, Oldways End, Dulverton, Exmoor, Devon, EX16 9JH, UK
£35 - £40 per person per night
Threadneedle Cottage is set in 3 acres and built in the style of a Devon longhouse on the Devon / Somerset border on the edge of the Exmoor National Park close to the country town of Dulverton.
The spacious accommodation includes “Piggies” A double en-suite room which has views across open fields and Exmoor countryside. Relax and enjoy your first brew of the day as the early morning sun rises.
There is also “The Duck House” an en-suite twin room which is on the site of the original building which was used by local farmers to house the ducks and geese prior to them being sold at the market. Both rooms have a television and hospitality tray; please note there is no guest lounge.
An award winning generous breakfast is served in the light and airy dining room, which overlooks the garden and surrounding fields. Menus are planned making use of fresh local produce to create flavorsome regional dishes. Special dietary needs can be accommodated.
Johanna and David have extensive knowledge of the area, and also have a large range of guides, maps and books about Exmoor and surrounding areas.
Fishing permits can be obtained locally to allow the keen fishermen amongst you to enjoy a day on the river Barle or Exe or at the near-by Wimbleball Lake; we also have several local trout fisheries that are open to the public. Sea fishing can be arranged from Ilfracombe or Minehead. There are many good spots to fish from the shore.
£40 per person, one night only.
£35 per person per night for 2 nights or more.
Prices include breakfast, room only rates available – see website.
Dogs are by prior arrangement only at the proprietor’s discretion.
Exmoor has some 525 miles of footpaths and over 350 miles of bridle-ways to explore. The 267 square miles of Exmoor National Park is an unspoilt wilderness.
“The National Cycle network” “The West Country Way”, “The Coleridge Way” and “The Tarka Trail” allows walkers and cyclists to enjoy wonderful scenery as they pass through wooded river valleys; coastal areas and open moor-land.
The North Devon coast has many award-winning beaches, which are ideal for surfing or a family day out. The “Two Moors Way” and the “South West Coast Path” enable walkers to roam freely over way-marked paths where breath-taking scenery can be enjoyed.
Exmoor is host to many festivals and events throughout the year.
TV | Internet Access /Wi Fi | Garden/Seating Area | Tea / Coffee Making Facilities | En-Suite | Ground Floor Bedrooms |