Find Exmoor accommodation in the heart of the National Park
Discover the beauty of the Exmoor National Park at Exmoor Camping Barn, a self-catering accommodation set on a 25-acre farm offering stunning views of Snowdrop Valley and the River Avill in Somerset. It’s the perfect base for outdoor enthusiasts, with access to 600 miles of public footpaths and bridleways that offer a chance to spot the wild red deer and native Exmoor ponies.
What our Exmoor accommodation has to offer
Sleep soundly in one of our three rooms: Coleridge, Dunkery, or Snowdrop. The barn can accommodate up to 10 guests and features a well-equipped kitchen/dining area, drying room, two shower rooms with WCs, and a private garden with outdoor fire pit and BBQ grill. Don’t miss the opportunity to stargaze as you sit outside in Europe’s first International Dark Sky Reserve.
With its rolling hills, stunning coastline, and breath-taking landscapes – Exmoor National Park is the perfect destination for adventure lovers, nature enthusiasts, or those just looking to unwind with a backdrop of birds and a sea of green. Whether you’re looking for a peaceful
retreat or an active holiday, Exmoor & the accommodation at Exmoor Camping Barn has something for you.
Exmoor Camping Barn overlooks the idyllic valleys of rural Somerset
Located in the village of Wheddon Cross, there’s plenty to do in the area. Visit nearby Dunkery Beacon for incredible views, medieval Dunster village and castle, or the Victorian town of Minehead. Explore the rugged coastline, discover hidden river valleys, or take a steam train ride through stunning countryside. With a selection of pubs and shops within 5 miles, and a petrol station and well-stocked shop with a Post Office in the village, you won’t be short of options.
Cycle, hike, and mountain bike in Somerset
Exmoor National Park is a paradise for cyclists, hikers, and mountain bikers. With a range of trails and scenic routes, you can explore the stunning landscapes and enjoy the great outdoors using Exmoor Camping Barn as your base. Whether you’re a seasoned adventurer or just looking for a brisk walk to escape the city, there is a route waiting for you.
You’ll be sleeping in a building that is over 150 years old, originally used on the farm to house livestock. Following a huge restoration project, the barn has been brought back to life mixing modern comforts with original features and charm.