Exmoor Camping Barn, Exmoor Camping Barn, Drapers Way, Wheddon Cross, Minehead, Somerset TA24 7ED
Call Trish Foxwell on 01643 841393
OverviewExmoor Camping Barn is a recent conversion of a 19th century stone farm building on a traditional farmstead in the heart of Exmoor National Park. This luxury camping barn sleeps 12 in 3 rooms (of 2, 4 & 6 beds) and can be booked as a whole or by the room. Designed to provide quality, comfortable, self catering accommodation, there's a well equipped kitchen, a spacious dining area and fully made up bed with towels. The barn is fully heated, with plenty of hot water, a drying room and outside seating for those balmy summer evenings. Evening meals can be provided with prior arrangement and breakfast supplies can be bought in ready for your arrival. The local pub serves breakfast, lunch and evening meals. The area is a designated International Dark Sky Reserve and especially in the autumn and winter months visitors can spend happy evenings star gazing. Wild life abounds in the neighbouring moorland and Snowdrop Valley. The nearest beach is 7 miles away at the medieval village of Dunster, while the local village with it's pub and shop is just 3/4 mile down the road. For walkers the Coleridge Way runs through the farm and leads to 600 miles of footpaths and bridleways and the SW Coast path is nearby. Within an hour’s drive you can find both Woolacombe and Croyde, infamous for providing surf all year round.
Beds & Rooms:12: 1x2 dbl/twin, 1x4 bunks/2 sgls, 1x6 bunks/2 sgls
Open:All year. Check in 4-8pm. Check out by 10am
Price per night:Whole barn: from £300. Rooms: Coleridge (x2 beds) from £50, Dunkery (x4) from £100, Snowdrop (x6) from £120. Sole use only at peak time, ask for details.
Booking:Following the booking process you will be sent an email with the details of how to pay the full price of the booking. Payments accepted by BACS and Stripe.
Public Transport:Nearest train station is Taunton (23 miles). The bus service from Taunton is very intermittent so not recommended.
Walks:Long Distance Walks
This accommodation is in a National Park, is available to individuals and has a pub within walking distance. It is on a dark sky area, the page of accommodation near Castles, the The Dartmoor National Park & Exmoor National Park map, the Luxury Barn page and the SW Coast Path.
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January 12th 2020
Come and walk through a privately owned remote valley in a hidden part
of Exmoor near Wheddon Cross before retiring to Exmoor Camping Barn for an evening of peace and tranquillity.
Open 25th January – 23rd February 2020. From Saturday 8th February there is a park and ride available between 10.30am & 4.30pm
Follow the River Avill through ancient woodland and see the beautiful
carpet of snowdrops.
At the end if your walk, enjoy some of the refreshments made available in
the village. Why not make the most of the make the most of the stunning Exmoor countryside while you visit. On a clear night you can see the fantastic dark skies from the garden.
Why not come for a visit? But remember to bring your wellies & waterproofs!
Beautiful new bunkhouse on the Coleridge Way in the heart of Exmoor National Park
November 14th 2019
If you fancy walking this 50 mile route from Nether Stowey in the Quantocks to Lynton on the north Devon coast then Exmoor Camping Barn is the perfect place to stay with the route running through the farm.
Newly converted from an old stone dairy and stables, Exmoor Camping Barn is much more luxurious than the name implies. With central heating, quality solid beds which will be made up for you when you arrive and a fully equipped kitchen/diner you could be forgiven for thinking you were in a 4* holiday cottage. What’s more if you really want to spoil yourself after a hard day’s walking you can book an evening meal and provisions for breakfast the next morning. Warning: It is so comfortable you may need to stay for more than one night!