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Emmetts Grange, Simonsbath, Somerset

Emmetts Grange

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Emmett's Grange provides an oasis of friendly civilisation amidst the stunning wild and rugged Exmoor National Park landscape. This is a unique and spectacular paradise for anyone who enjoys walking, riding, cycling or simply relaxing amidst beautiful scenery. The Two Moors Way and the Tarka Trail are both close to the boundary of the estate as is National Park Access land. Guests are welcome to explore the 900 acres of grounds around Emmett's Grange. Hunting, shooting and fishing can all be arranged easily and stabling and grazing are available for guests' own horses. The menu often includes local seafood, Exmoor's own red Devon beef and venison. For eating out, the renowned Poltimore Arms is one of our closest neighbours, a mere two miles away. The Exmoor Forest Hotel, Sportmans Inn and Black Venus are all just 15 minutes away by car and offer excellent and varied alternatives.

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