Exmoor Bunkbarn

01643 851410


The barn provides camping style accommodation with washrooms (including disabled WC and shower), open plan kitchen, dinning, seating area and drying room facilities, all under one roof with an outside patio area for BBQ and seating! There is ample free parking on site. The barn has free central heating and hot water provided by the farm's 110 KW Biomass boiler fuelled with wood chip from the farm's woodlands.

IMPORTANT NOTE:Visitors must bring their own pillows, sleeping bags, bedding and towelling. Each bunk has a 50 millimetre thick foam mattress. Visitors should bring suitable shoes or slippers to wear inside the barn as the floors are the original rough wooden planks - it is not advisable to walk around in bare feet or socks! For this reason the barn may also be unsuitable for families with very young children who are still crawling.

There are three separate rooms

Room 1 sleeps 14 on bunkbeds

Room 2 sleeps 8 on bunkbeds

Room 3 sleeps 3 on single beds


Separate Male and Female bathrooms with WCs, basins and showers. Also separate disabled WC and shower.

Kitchen Facilities

Electric cooker (large 5 rings) and microwave,Dishwasher, toaster, 2 kettles, fridge, plates, bowls, cups and cutlery, cooking pots and pans and most kitchen utensils. Rubbish and recycling bins are provided.

There is a woodburning cooker in the seating area providing heat (and an alternative means of cooking), complimentary logs are provided.

Large Drying Room

Provides space to dry boots and clothes within the barn.

Wifi and Telephone

There is FREE wifi in the barn. Mobile signal is patchy but there is a landline for emergency and local calls.

Exmoor Wildlife Safaris

Exmoor Wildlife Safaris
Family run wildlife safaris over remote Exmoor. Daphne and Richard are born and bred on Exmoor and have a vast local knowledge on the flora and fauna. They know where to find the herds of Exmoor ponies and Red Deer for you to see and photograph, the local historic sites and the local legends and will take you on a tour of the remoter parts of Exmoor. All this makes for an amazing Exmoor experience!

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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