Farmhouse luxury self catering accommodation on Exmoor
The Old Farmhouse
at Honeymead offers guests luxury self catering farmhouse accommodation
and towels, central heating and hot water, electricity, wood burner
with logs provided
The large very well equipped kitchen is in the centre of the house - it is an 'eat-in' kitchen with an AGA- style stove,
electric oven and hob, microwave, dish-washer and fridge/freezer and a breakfast table.
There is a large utility room equipped with a washing machine, tumble dryer and large fridge
Adjacent to the farmhouse kitchen is the formal dining room which is ideal for those special dining occasions
There are number of very comfortable reception rooms, one with a grand piano as well as a separate television room.
All the rooms are beautifully furnished with all the soft furnishings and curtains made
by a very clever lady called Jayne who lives on the estate
There is a large well equipped games room and a sunny conservatory with French doors leading outside
This self catering property has 5 bedrooms - 3 en-suite doubles, two of which have their own dressing room areas
and two twin rooms which share a fourth bathroom.
One of the en-suite doubles is on the ground floor with level access (pictured left)
a tennis court available for use by all at Honeymead including visitors
to the Farmhouse.
Exmoor is ideal for country sports enthusiasts with rural and county shows, horse shows and gymkhana, Golden Horseshoe Ride in May, Exford Show, Dunster Country Fair and Dunster Show being just a few. Exmoor is ideal riding country with many miles of bridleways and for hunting enthusiasts there are seven packs of hounds to follow the nearest of course being the Devon and Somerset Staghounds based nearby in the village of Exford.
Walking, mountain biking shooting and fishing are all available in the area during your stay.
If you have
a special event to celebrate there are several ladies living nearby
including one living on the Honeymead Estate who will produce excellent
mouth watering food ready for you to eat or pop in the Aga
There are many fine restaurants and pubs serving locally sourced food within a few miles. See the Visit Exmoor website for more information.
There are plenty of interesting places to visit during your stay including Tarr Steps near Winsford, the popular country towns of Dulverton and South Molton, West Somerset Steam Railway, National Trust properties including Dunster Castle, Arlington Court, Knightshayes and many more. The surfing beaches of North Devon are easily reached and the South West Coastal Path and Coleridge Way.LINKS