…like the barn itself, feel part of the landscape…
Well here’s a charming rural retreat! This is almost the platonic ideal of the word ‘rustic’. Take a look yourself at the website for Northcombe Camping Barns, and you’ll see what I mean. Nestling at the end of a lane in a rolling valley on Exmoor, the building is converted from a wooden watermill . Their gallery of pictures shows interior and exterior with twisted beams, bare timber tables, crooked supports. A building which feels grown from the landscape.
Its a cut above your usual camping barn as far as facilities are concerned. Heat is provided by a wood burning stove, which feeds the hot water too, and there’s a well-equipped kitchen. They accommodate groups and take up to 44 people.
If you take a trip to Northcombe Camping Barn, the joys of Exmoor will be delivered on a plate. Footpaths through the woods and onto the heights are right outside your door. Rumour has it that there is good canoeing to be had on the nearby river as well.
What a great place to explore and, like the barn itself, feel part of the landscape.Find out more about Northcombe Camping Barns