Medieval open hall 15th century farmhouse,
in the Vale of Porlock, Exmoor National Park
Comfortable, homely 15th Century Farmhouse B&B accommodation, with garden to enjoy, wonderful views, and walking for miles straight out of the farm. Step in the footsteps of time, a cameo of history, staying in a delightful medieval open hall manor house with an abundance of architectural features, antique furnishings and Persian rugs.
We have three B&B rooms to suit single, doubles, triple and family arrangements. Awake to the song of the garden birds, relaxed and rejuvenated, in this peacefully quiet corner of the Exmoor countryside.
A Full English Breakfast is served in our large dining room, (the former 'Open Hall'), including fruit, yoghurt, cereals, fruit juice, cooked breakfast and toast, with a log fire in the winter. We also have a large library of natural history, bbird of prey and horse books to browse through in the evenings, or a painting and drawing table for budding artists. Sandwiches, light lunches or cream teas are also provided on your riding holiday break. Dogs are welcome to stay B&B wiith you, but cannot accompany you on the rides, as our horses are not used to dogs.
The village of Porlock is just a mile from the farmhouse, within easy quiet walking distance, with cafes, pubs, restaurants and corner shops, where you can indulge in locally sourced foods and fresh home cooked produce.
For further information on The History of Our Farmhouse please visit our website ExmoorOwl&HawkCentre