Twitchen Farm Exmoor National Park

Historic Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast in Challacombe, Somerset (Exmoor)

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Twitchen Farm
EX31 4TT

Twitchen Farm Exmoor National Park, Challacombe

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Accommodation Description:

A beautiful 18th century stone built courtyard farmhouse in the Exmoor National Park. Now converted to provide large comfortable individually designed well furnished en-suite guest accommodation.Fantastic views of the moors quiet location away from any road but still with easy access to Barnstaple Exmoor and North Devon. Close to Challacombe village with its great village pub.Fabulous food prepared with local and organic produce special diets can be catered for.Pets welcome by arrangement.

Disabled access. Families welcome

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From: £68.00

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