A lovely hotel, with fantastic views across to Dunkery Beacon. We even managed to see Red Deer early one morning on the hill opposite.
Our room was excellent, with a separate sitting room, which was great to relax in each evening. The breakfasts were superb, and evening meals delicious with very tasty wine. John and Jane are wonderful hosts, making us feel very relaxed. Both of them were very attentive, and keen to make sure we were happy throughout the week. The décor is beautiful, very comfortable beds, and excellent facilities in the rooms. Each day we returned to homemade shortbread, fresh milk, and locally sourced tea and coffee. All thoughtful touches.
A lovely welcome was the cream tea on arrival in the beautiful lounge with a cosy woodburner, and again the great views. The hotel is brilliantly situated in a very quiet village, ideal for exploring Exmoor. I thoroughly recommend staying here, and plan to return again later in the year.
- 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