Northcombe Camping Barns, Hollam, Dulverton, Somerset, TA22 9JH
Located a mile outside the town of Dulverton on Exmoor, Northcombe Camping barns sleep up to 44 in two barns, converted from a watermill, on a working farm. The location in the Barle river valley with good canoeing, walking and bridle-ways makes it the perfect base for groups wanting to get out into the beautiful Exmoor countryside. The barns sleep 16 and 28 in partitioned dormitories. Smaller groups can be catered for. The wood burning stoves heat the communal areas and run the central heating for the bedrooms (barrow load of logs: £5) electricity is on a £1 meter. The kitchen is well equipped with cooker, fridge, microwave, kettle, toaster, pots, pans, crockery and cutlery. Visitors must bring their own pillows, sleeping bags or quilts and warm clothing is advisable in winter. Northcombe is a place to get away from it all so there is no WifF but guests are welcome to use the WiFi at Woods Bar and Restaurant in Dulverton for free. Dogs welcome if kept under control at all times.This accommodation is featured on our map of Devon, Cornwall and the West Country and here is its own website.
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44: Barn16: 1×6, 1×10. Barn28: 1×6, 1×10, 1×12
All year. Arrive after 4pm, depart before 10.30am
Sole use: Barn16 from £160, Barn28 from £260. Showers 20p. Electric meter £1 coins.
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From Dulverton High Street take Hollam Lane at the left hand side of The Rock pub. After ½ mile turn left signed Northcombe Farm. Follow the farm track past the farmhouse and modern barns to the camping barns.
Train at Taunton, Buses from Taunton to Jury Road Garage, Dulverton about 25 minutes uphill walk away.
This accommodation allows dogs by arrangement, is in a National Park, is available only to groups, has a pub within walking distance and is on the The Dartmoor National Park & Exmoor National Park map, the The Land's End Trail & Mary Michael Pilgrim's Way Map, the camping barn map and the Land's End to John O' Groats Walk.