Wood Advent Farm

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Exmoor National Park
TA23 0RR

Wood Advent Farm, Roadwater

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Wood Advent Farm in Exmoor National Park provides excellent farm house bed & breakfast accommodation in beautiful surroundings. Located near the village of Roadwater on Exmoor in West Somerset, the farm is idyllically situated in wonderful countryside and is the perfect place to get away from it and relax. We are an organic farm and can offer our guests a taste of Somerset using lots of our own and local produce, both at breakfast or for four course dinner in the evenings.

Wood Advent is a working Exmoor farm which has been in the Brewer family since the 18th century. John and Diana Brewer now own and run the farmhouse and the Granary, welcoming visitors to their elegant comfortable country house where they can relax and enjoy the perfect holiday. In addition to providing wonderful accommodation with morning paper on the table at breakfast, guests can also enjoy a delicious four-course dinner in the evening if they wish.

Dinner is served every evening in the farmhouse, using only the freshest local produce. Many of the ingredients used for both breakfast and dinner are from Wood Advent farm. The farmhouse was built in 1804 and is a very large country house with spacious, airy rooms and a wealth of original character features.

Wood Advent is ideal for couples looking for a peaceful hideaway, larger groups looking for accommodation for a big house party. It is also an ideal base for people who enjoy walking holidays, as Exmoor National Park has many miles of footpaths and bridleways, including three long distance paths; the South West Coast Path, the Two Moors Way, and the recently opened Coleridge Way linking the Quantock Hills to Exmoor. We also have our own booklet of walks from 2 to 10 miles.

There is a heated swimming pool in the grounds for guests' use, and plenty of space in the gardens surrounding the house, with garden chairs and tables tucked away so you can always find a peaceful corner to relax in. After a day exploring the area or walking on the hills, you can return to afternoon tea or pre dinner drinks, served in the garden on warm days. Wood Advent Farm provides an idyllic country house setting with comfortable, elegant accommodation and delicious breakfasts and evening meals.

Whatever type of holiday you are looking for, activity filled or more relaxing, we will do our best to make sure our guests enjoy every minute of their stay at Wood Advent, and we look forward to welcoming you to our lovely farmhouse.

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