Quality self catering farmhouse accommodation on Exmoor

Church Farm is a beautifully preserved National Trust farmhouse tucked away in an idyllic rural location near Dunkery Beacon in a beautiful part of Exmoor National Park.
It is situated at the head of the East Water and is surrounded by open moorland where wild red deer and Exmoor ponies roam freely.
A walkers' paradise on Exmoor. The farmhouse is just below the little 13th century church at Stoke Pero and faces a cluster of immaculately maintained stone barns.

Church Farm is close to the spectacular North Devon Coast and beaches and surrounded by beautiful
heather clad moorland - a wonderful sight in the Autumn.
Try an Exmoor Safari with Barle Valley Safaris and visit seldom frequented tracks and ancient bye-ways seeking out the elusive Red Deer and the famous Exmoor Ponies in their natural habitat with your knowledgeable local Exmoor guide Daphne. Learn about the local wildlife, history, local tales and the farming practices of Exmoor. See the Exmoor stags at rutting time in the autumn

The picturesque village of Porlock leading to Porlock Hill is nearby also the picturesque hamlet of Porlock Weir, once a busy port and fishing village. The medieval village of Dunster and Dunster Castle and the pretty seaside town of Minehead are about 9 miles away.
The surfing beaches of Woolacombe, Croyde and Putsborough in North Devon
and the Doone Valley aren't too far away for a great day out.

During your stay pay a visit to the nearby National Trust properties of Dunster Castle, Arlington Court near Barnstaple and Knightshayes Court near Tiverton for an enjoyable day out.
We are close to the South West Coastal Path and the end of the Coleridge Way at Porlock Weir.

The lounge and dining room
The double bedroom
The family bedroom
The kitchen and Church Farm taken from Stoke Pero Church
Large living room come dining room with Laura Ashley curtains and furnishings
Large stone fireplace and wood burning stove
Oak beams are a feature of this farmhouse
The walls are adorned with hunting and moorland prints.
Wonderful moorland views from the windows
Fully equipped kitchen with pine dresser, dishwasher, washing machine, gas cooker etc
Pretty double bedroom with pine double bed and matching pine furniture
Laura Ashley linen and curtains
Bathroom and loo upstairs. Downstairs loo/cloakroom
The Farmhouse has full central heating and plenty of hot water, all included in the price
One double, one twin and one family room. Sleeps 4
Saturday to Saturday bookings. Well behaved dogs allowed

The farmhouse is beside a quiet moorland road with an attractive front garden and seating
Red deer, sheep and Exmoor ponies roam freely beside the farmhouse.
Visit the coast with its sandy beaches, explore the heather clad moors,
a ride on the West Somerset Steam Railway and much more
Riding and walking are on your doorstep

Red deer close to Church Farm

Cattle grazing on the moor

Coastal view

Heather on Dunkery Beacon

Open moorland close to Church Farm

The farmhouse is supplied by fresh spring water

Use of owner's telephone
ook early for 2024

Your mobile phone will not work at the farmhouse but should work a short distance away.
The best coverage is EE but other networks will work in places on Exmoor.
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