Tarr Farm Inn

Historic Farm in Dulverton, Somerset

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Exmoor National Park
Dulverton
Somerset
England
TA22 9PY

Tarr Farm Inn, Dulverton

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Set in its own 40 acres, 16th century Tarr Farm Inn nestles just above Tarr Steps and the River Barle. Only 7 miles from Dulverton through beautiful wooded valleys and across the open moorland of Winsford Hill with stunning views of Wales, Devon and Dartmoor, Tarr Farm is the ideal location to take advantage of all that Exmoor National Park and North Devon has to offer.

Set in its own 40 acres, 16th century Tarr Farm Inn nestles just above Tarr Steps and the River Barle. Only 7 miles from Dulverton, through beautiful wooded valleys and across the open moorland of Winsford Hill with stunning views of Wales, Devon and Dartmoor, Tarr Farm is the ideal location to take advantage of all that Exmoor National Park and North Devon has to offer. Tarr Farm has recently been awarded the AA 5 star Highly Commended Inn award for 2007-2008, being 1 of only 2 Inn in the UK to achieve this.

Tarr Farm is surrounded by exceptional quality shooting ? there are numerous shoots across Exmoor. Within an easy 30 minute drive you?ll find five of the best commercial shoots in Europe; this area really is world-class when it comes to partridge and pheasant shooting. There are so many ways in which to enjoy Tarr Farm?s incredible surroundings.

Exmoor offers some of the most spectacular walking in the country with its beautiful, tranquil moorland and stunning views towards Wales and Dartmoor. Wildlife abounds here with red deer, the famous Exmoor ponies, a thriving bat population and even otters. Bird watchers will find themselves in heaven ? Exmoor boasts 243 species of bird.

Whatever you?d like to do during your stay at Tarr Farm, we are happy to arrange all activities and transport for you. Each of the nine rooms at Tarr Farm Inn has been designed to provide every modern comfort. Fresh and contemporary, the bedrooms and bathrooms are generously proportioned and little luxuries such as organic bath products, power showers and full size baths, the fluffiest bathrobes and towels and Egyptian cotton sheets are included.

We look forward to welcoming you to Tarr Farm!

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