Right at the heart of Exmoor along the banks of the River Barle nestles the lovely, unspoilt village of Withypool. Whether you want to go walking about the moors or sailing, Withypool certainly has a majestic environment making it a most relaxing village in which to find a traditional moorland holiday home. The Royal Oak is a family friendly pub with a fine menu while along the banks of the river a traditional tea rooms and village shop make a great place to conclude a walk along the river to (or from) Tarr Steps.
Exmoor Farmhouse is a stunning, large Exmoor house with 7 bedrooms and sleeps 14. It welcomes dogs and has turn-out and stabling for horses. With spectacular views over Exmoor and large gardens to play or relax, Exmoor Farmhouse is a great place to stay with friends and family to explore Exmoor.
Lower Leys Cottage sits close to the Somerset village of Withypool providing cosy accommodation set within the Exmoor National Park. The dog-friendly Exmoor holiday cottage sleeps 4 people in 2 bedrooms. Both the cottages at Leys Farm have been recently completely redecorated and refurbished.
Set within Exmoor National Park, Middle Leys Cottage is a charming 3-bedroom pet-friendly holiday cottage with Wi-Fi above the Somerset village of Withypool. Recently renovated and re-furnished, this Exmoor holiday cottage now offers stylish decor with rustic charm.
LITTLE FOLLY is a self-contained extension to the Folly House in secluded and private Exmoor location near Withypool, a remote moorland village with a terrific pub, village shop and tea rooms. This charming pet-friendly cottage offers scenic riverside walks to Tarr Steps within easy reach.
Despite being in the centre of the countryside, Withypool is surrounded by coastal areas only a short drive away. Take a boat trip from Lynmouth to Ilfracombe and experience the striking coastline and cliff formations for yourself. One of the best ways to explore this amazing countryside is Devon’s very own safari. Spot the wildlife of the moors from a Land Rover and fly over rolling hills and through valleys, all the while witnessing the extraordinary wildlife that Exmoor holds. Or instead plan a trip to the Exmoor Zoo and get to know all the animals from the tiniest monkey to the largest wild cat. Exmoor is perhaps best known for its giant Exmoor Beast. Visit one in the zoo and see for yourself what all the fuss is about. Withypool is so quaint and beautiful that it’s difficult not to fall for it in a heartbeat.