Steps Farmhouse

Historic Guest house in Minehead, Somerset

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Steps Farmhouse, Bilbrook
TA24 6HE

Steps Farmhouse, Minehead

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Steps Farmhouse is a 16th Century former farmhouse in the hamlet of Bilbrook nestled between Exmoor, The Quantock Hills and the coast, ideal for walkers and cyclists.

Our aim at Steps Farmhouse is to provide our guests with good quality, comfortable bed and breakfast accommodation with a friendly atmosphere and a warm welcome. All bedrooms are ensuite and situated in barn conversions with individual entrances and off road parking. A traditional 16th century former farmhouse offering wonderful Exmoor bed and breakfast accommodation with off road parking, near Minehead, nestling between Exmoor and the Quantock Hills.

Ideally situated for fishing, golfing, cycling or exploring the backwaters of the West Somerset coastline. Set in a rural location on the A39, 3 miles from Dunster and 5 miles from Minehead. The coast is 2 miles away at Blue Anchor Bay and the historic port of Watchet is 3 miles away.

The West Somerset Railway runs close by with stations at Blue Anchor and Washford which is also home to the railway museum. The newly refurbished Tropiquaria is situated on the A39 at the turning for Watchet. Enjoy the charm of Dunster, Lynmouth and the Doone Valley.

Take a trip back in time on the West Somerset Steam Railway or for the walking enthusiast, Exmoor and the surrounding hills have an abundance of footpaths. For a weeks holiday, a quiet weekend or just an overnight stop you can be assured of a warm welcome at Steps Farmhouse.

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From: £60.00

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