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Best of Exmoor offers over 180 properties across Exmoor. It is a family concern, all born and bred on Exmoor. They love the place and take great pleasure in sharing it with visitors. Do get in touch with them, they'll find your ideal property - they know every cottage, house and barn and every owner.

The Storehouse

01643 862234

Oare, EX35 6NX
Nestled in the heart of rolling Exmoor countryside and the idyllic hamlet of Oare with a view of St
Mary’s church that famously features in R D’s Blackmore’s romantic novel Lorna Doone.
The storehouse has two bedrooms and will comfortably sleep four people with a well-equipped
kitchen, plenty of space for parking and a private garden. It is only ten minutes walk to the National
Trust café in Malmsmead.


Ashley Combe, Porlock Weir. TA24 8PG

Our cottages are part of the historic Ashley Combe Estate. ‘Milbanke’ sleeps 6 and has views over Porlock Bay; the South west coast path and the Pilgrim's Trail run alongside its back garden.

Parsonage Farm

01643 862234

Yearnor Mill Lane, Culbone TA24 8JN

Parsonage Farm sits just a mile off the Trail and has commanding views across the Channel.  The farm has accommodation for 4 in the Farm Stables, 3 in the Otter Stables or 2 in the romantic Xanadu Shepherd's Hut.


Ashley Combe, Porlock Weir. TA24 8PG

Our cottages are part of the historic Ashley Combe Estate. ‘Lovelace’ is named after the family of computer pioneer Ada Lovelace, for whom Ashley Combe was a summer residence.  The cottage sleeps 3 and is set in secluded woodland next to the Worthy Stream and just 400 metres uphill from the Pilgrim’s Trail.

Dunkery View

Tivington, TA24 8SU

This quirky cob and thatch cottage is the perfect base for the Trail as, uniquely, it’s built into the east end of the 15th-century Tivington Chapel-of-Ease.  With a log-burner it’s the perfect place to recuperate after a long day hiking on the moors. It has all the quirks and comforts of a traditional country cottage with exposed beams and low ceilings.

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