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Exmoor Forest Inn, The

Exmoor Forest Inn, The,South Molton Information
The Exmoor Forest Inn. Set in the heart of beautiful Exmoor, one of the smallest National Parks covering about 265 square miles With its long and spectacular coast line, high moorland with wild ponies and red deer, steep valley with tumbling streams and picturesque villages, all together a lovely place to be. Ideally situated for walking, riding, fishing, shooting or just enjoying the beautiful surroundings. We have fly fishing for wild trout & salmon on a 1½ miles stretch of the River Barle. Day tickets are available. We are perfectly positioned for a first or last nights stay on the "Two Moors Walk" linking Exmoor to Dartmoor. We are a Visit Britain 4 Star Silver Award Rated Inn. We are also in the 2010 Good Pub Guide and the 2010 Good Beer Guide.
 
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Exmoor Forest Inn, The,South Molton
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Exmoor Forest Inn, The
Simonsbath
Minehead
Somerset
England
TA24 7SH
Map and Directions
food
  • Restaurant
drinks
Bar
parking
  • Car parking available onsite
Credit cards
Visa/Delta, Mastercard, Switch/Maestro, Visa Debit
pets
  • Pets Allowed
Price(s)
Prices from £49.0000
bedrooms
9
leisure facilities
  • TV
facilities
  • Hairdryer in each room
  • In-room Broadband
  • Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room
  • Wi-Fi Available
  • Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
  • Wi-Fi Available In Rooms
directions
SOUTH BOUND - Leave the M5 at junction 25 for Taunton, take the A358 Minehead road until just after Bishops Lydeard then left onto the B3224 through to Weddon Cross and Exford. The next village is Simonsbath, we are on the right as you travel down the hill towards the river Barle. NORTH BOUND - Leave the M5 at junction 27 for Tiverton follow the A361 by-passing Tiverton, turn right onto A396 to Weddon Cross, turn left onto B3224 through Exford and on to Simonsbath, we are on the right as you travel down the hill towards the river Barle.