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Highbullen Hotel, Golf and Country Club

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Highbullen Hotel, Golf and Country Club is beautifully set in a richly wooded 200 acre parkland estate. Boasting breathtaking views towards the romantic Devon landscapes of Exmoor and Dartmoor, the 42 bedroom hotel is truely a hidden treasure, nestling between the Mole and Taw Valleys in mature wooded seclusion.

Your stay at Highbullen can be virtually whatever you want it to be. The scope and range of experiences are designed to provide the things that especially interest you. All are expected to banish the stree and strains of modern life.

From the 18 hole par 68 golf course, extensive salmon, sea-trout and brown trout fishing, indoor and outdoor tennis courts (including four new grass courts), leisure centre with indoor and outdoor pools, steam room and jacuzi, health and beauty spa, indoor bowls, croquet, snooker, all of which are on site!

For those who yearn for the wide open space for their exercise and leisure pastimes, Highbullen provides an ideal base for all the Westcountry has to offer. Locally, scenic walks, painting courses, horseriding and clay shooting are all available. If you need a bit more of a challenge, rock climbing, sailing, surfing, hiking and moutain bike trails across the rugged moorland, are all just a short drive away.

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