Exmoor Bunkbarn, Week Farm, Bridgetown, Dulverton TA22 9JP
Call Julia or Guy Everard on 01643 851410
OverviewLocated at Week Farm, Bridgetown, a family run mixed livestock farm. Exmoor Bunkbarn has been converted from a granary and some machinery is still in place. The barn provides eco-friendly bunkhouse accommodation for up to 25 people. Just a 1km walk from the open moorland of Exmoor`s Winsford Hill, it is ideally situated for exploring Exmoor on foot, bike or canoe. The bunkbarn nestles in some of the most beautiful scenery in the country, but is close to attractions such as the Exmoor Pony Centre, Wimbleball Lake and Dunster Castle. Central heating and hot water are included in price (using wood chip from the farm's own woodlands). Large drying room. Well equipped kitchen/dinning area (with a dishwasher) where everyone can sit together. Outside area for BBQ. Good free WiFi. There are separate male and female bathrooms with WCs, basins and showers as well as a separate WC and shower with disabled access. Bring your own sleeping bags, bedding and towels. Visitors should also bring suitable shoes or slippers to wear inside the barn as the floors are the original rough wooden planks. Available sole use only and minimum of 2 nights at weekends (Fri - Sun). During the week (Monday- Thursday) each room can also be booked individually and the washing, kitchen and communal areas shared with other users. This accommodation is featured on our map of Devon, Cornwall and the West Country and here is its own website.
Rooms & Beds:25: 1x14, 1x8, 1x3
Open:All year. All day.
Price per night:Weekend sole use: £350. Mon-Thur sole use: £300. Rooms: 14/bed £240, 8/bed £150, 3/bed £75.
Booking:Book online via Exmoor Bunkbarn website.
Directions:A396 to village of Bridgetown, turn onto Week Lane in centre of village, drive up the hill for about 1 mile and look for Exmoor Bunkbarn sign on the right.
Public Transport:Train at Taunton or Tiverton Parkway. Local buses to Badgers Holt about 1 mile walk.
Walks:Local Walks Long Distance Walks
This accommodation is in a National Park, is available only to groups, is an 'Eco Hostel', has availability this Christmas and is on the The Dartmoor National Park & Exmoor National Park map, the The Land's End Trail & Mary Michael Pilgrim's Way Map and the .
Exmoor Bunbarn is available for Christmas
August 21st 2018
Exmoor Bunkbarn provides eco-friendly bunk house accommodation for up to 25 people. The bunk barn nestles amongst some of the most beautiful scenery in the country and is ideal for winter walks on Winsford Hill. The barn is centrally heated using wood chip from the farm’s own woodlands, there is an open plan, well equipped kitchen, dining and seating area. Available for Xmas bookings at £350 per night with a minimum two nights per booking.
Exmoor Bunkbarn is ideally situated for exploring Exmoor
June 5th 2018
Exmoor Bunkbarn is ideally situated for exploring Exmoor on foot, bike or canoe whilst nestling amongst some of the most beautiful scenery in the Country. The Bunkbarn is at Week Farm, Bridgetown, and was originally a granary. Some machinery is still in place ! The barn has been upgraded to provide eco-friendly bunkhouse accommodation for up to 25 people and lies only a 1km walk from the open moorland of Exmoor`s Winsford Hill.
January 27th 2018
Exmoor Bunkbarn appears to do exactly what it says on the tin. It is on Exmoor. The address says Bridgetown but it is quite a step from an urban centre. This is A Good Thing. An easy walk takes you to open country on Exmoor`s Winsford Hill. Nestling amongst what they claim is some of the most beautiful scenery in the country, it is also driving distance to attractions such as the Exmoor Pony Centre, Wimbleball Lake and Dunster Castle.
And yes, it is a bunkbarn. It is on a family run farm, Week Farm, of mixed livestock over 500 acres. Exmoor Bunkbarn has been converted from a granary and some machinery is still in place. There is accommodation for groups of up to 25 in 3 bunkrooms. An open plan kitchen, dining room is heated by a huge wood burning stove and all the wood- and stone-work is pleasingly intact. Also, drying room and shower rooms as you’ve come to expect.
If you explore the gallery on their website and on social media, though you’ll also see an element they are rightly proud of but isn’t highlighted in their name: Their Eco-credentials. They walk the recycling walk with reclaimed wood in the furniture and even a pitchfork curtain rail! The woodburner is fuelled by woodchip from their own land. I could go on…
I think it sounds cracking and, as one of the Independent Hostel’s newest members, you should write a review after you’ve stayed and spread the word.