This is a gem within one of Britain’s lesser-known treasures, Somerset.
Jane and John Bradley are working hard to establish a reputation for a high quality hotel and restaurant – he is an experienced, imaginative and talented chef and she worked for a leading wine company.
Our five night stay at the Dunkery Beacon Country House Hotel was truly memorable, and we totally agree with the comments made in all the previous reviews. This was a peaceful stay in a comfortable country house with outstanding food and discreet service.
We enjoyed a warm and genuine welcome from the hosts. Our room – the Cosy Double with modern shower room – was cosy and comfortable with an advance choice of bedding.
The food was quietly superb, and the breakfasts were outstanding – with a choice of “specials” not encountered before.
The house is in a quiet village with views of Exmoor’s highest part. We hope not too many people discover this treat as we fully intend to return!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A wonderful former Edwardian hunting lodge offering luxury accommodation, gourmet dining and safe, spacious off road parking.Ideally situated for scenic country drives across Exmoor and along the coast.Seven individually decorated en-suite rooms, plus one with private bathroom, all with breathtaking views. Group bookings welcome. Children 10 years of age and over welcome. 2 X dog-friendly rooms. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Dunkery Beacon Exmoor
- Hotel Dunkery Beacon