Exmoor B&B Guest Houses are tucked away in peaceful, secluded locations and are real ‘getaway from it all’ holiday or short break experiences. Never far away from a village tearoom or country inn, a B&B in Exmoor National Park has spectacular rural views of surrounding moorland and valleys, and guests can be assured of a warm welcome and excellent personal knowledge of the best walks, bridleways, mountain bike trails and places of interest in the National Park. Some also offer onsite activities such as horse riding.
B&B guest houses in and around Exmoor villages have extensive private gardens where you can relax and admire surrounding views. Guest rooms in historic farmhouses or manor houses are unique and brimming with character features, and hearty breakfasts are a special occasion, featuring free range and where possible locally sourced and organic produce. Sit back in dining conservatories with magnificent view of gardens and surrounding valleys, or breakfast rooms with old medieval manor house fireplaces and enjoy hearty breakfasts guaranteed to set you up for a day of activities or touring. Whether you choose a central B&B in the heart of the National Park or a guest house in one of the popular towns and villages on the National Park border, bed and breakfast accommodation in Exmoor is the ultimate outdoor escape.
Bed and Breakfast accommodation in Exmoor is widely available in pretty villages such as Exford, Wheddon Cross and Winsford in the heart of the National Park. Cosy, welcoming B&Bs in these villages are perfect for a relaxing break or activity holiday, surrounded by beautiful scenery and just a short walk from country inns and village tearooms. Stay in a central Exmoor B&B situated in a stunning wooded valley or in a riverside location along the rivers Exe with its great fishing or the river Barle, a top spot for kayaking. Central village B&Bs offer a quiet, idyllic setting as well as easy access to some of Exmoor’s most famous beauty spots and walks. Exford is perfectly placed for visits to the ancient stone Tarr Steps and the walk to Dunkery Moor and Beacon. Exmoor Land Rover guided tours also depart from central villages like Exford.
Border locations on the Exmoor Coast such as Porlock and Minehead, and around the edge of the National Park such as the medieval small town of Dunster and Dulverton in the south offer an excellent choice of quality B&B guest houses. Stay in a Dunster B&B near the castle, ideal for coast and country exploring. Dulverton in the Barle Valley, one of Exmoor’s most popular southern gateways close to the Devon border, is surrounded by steep sided wooded hills and has many B&Bs. On the coast, bustling Minehead and the village of Porlock next to spectacular Porlock Bay afford access into the National Park and onto the South West Coast Path. You can also pick up the scenic West Somerset Railway at Minehead and pretty Porlock nestling on low ground flanking Exmoor’s steep rocky coast contains many fine B&B guest houses with magnificent sea views.