Exmoor Bunkbarn

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About

Exmoor Bunkbarn is located at Week Farm, Bridgetown, a mixed livestock farm in the heart of Exmoor National Park . The barn was originally built as a granary and some machinery is still in place. It was then used as a shearing and wool shed and for farm storage.

The barn has been upgraded to provide comfortable, eco-friendly, hostel style accommodation for up to 25 people in 3 bunk rooms. The farm is only a 1km walk from the open moorland of Exmoor`s Winsford Hill and only 15 mins drive from all the activities offered at Wimbleball Lake.

Exmoor Bunkbarn is ideally situated for exploring Exmoor on foot, bike or canoe whilst nestling amongst some of the most beautiful scenery in the Country, close at hand are many local attractions that are sure to keep your group very busy.

LATEST COVID 19 UPDATE :- WINTER OFFER FOR SMALL GROUPS OF 6 PEOPLE OR LESS

Current Government guidelines restrict us to letting the Bunkbarn to groups of 6 people or less, for this reason we are offering a small group discount from 1st October 2020 to 28th February 2021

Prices (for exclusive use of the whole barn) for groups of 6 people or less are £120 per night midweek (min 3 nights) and £150 per night Fri/Sat/Sun (min 2 nights). This discount does not apply to the Christmas/New Year period 24th Dec 2020 through 2nd Jan 2021.

This offer cannot be claimed through our online booking facility so please contact us with your dates and number in group. 

Wild About Exmoor

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Exmoor National Park has some of the most varied walking in England. We offer guided walks and walking safaris so that you can experience the special places that are hard to find on your own. We can include a pub lunch or cook up a homemade picnic for lunch with a wonderful view. Or come stargazing in Exmoor`s dark sky reserve, followed up with a delicious roast dinner at our traditional Exmoor longhouse. Our themed walks bring in a little local history, or join us for a map reading course or rainy day activity.

Exmoor Facts?

Did you know that Exmoor is named after the River Exe and it's moorland reaches in to both West Somerset and North Devon. Exmoor was made a National Park in the 1950s. However, more recently, parts of Exmoor were made ‘special sites of scientific interest’ and because of this, protection is afforded to certain types vegetation in the area. Exmoor is a paradise for the geologist and geographers. It has over 30 miles of coastline where there are rocks over 4 million years old!

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