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Middle Upcott Farm
Brushford
Exmoor

Dulverton
Somerset

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Middle Upcott Farm provides the discerning Exmoor visitor with top quality bed and breakfast accommodation near Dulverton. We also have comfortable horse accommodation for those who wish to ride in the famous Exmoor National Park. This bed and breakfast location is ideal for a riding holiday with a possibility of hiring a horse if required.

The house dates from the 14th Century and has been sympathetically modernised to provide luxurious Exmoor B and B accommodation. The dining room features a large inglenook with log burner for those chilly mornings.

The Four Poster bedroom has an en-suite shower room and superb southerly views across the Devon countryside. The Family Room has a double bed and a single bed (adult size) with southerly views. The room has a private bathroom, next door on the landing. The bathroom features a large roll-edge bath for a luxurious soak and separate shower cubicle for those with less time.

Guests are welcome to relax or wander in the extensive gardens which surround the house. There are glorious views south over the Devon countryside and north to the wilds of Exmoor. We have sheep, lambs, dogs and cats on the farm. In our wood to the north of the house you can often see wild Red Deer, badgers and foxes.

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Number of Rooms: 2
Number Ensuite: 1 + 1 Private bathroom

Price per Person

Double: 35 - 60
Single: 60 - Single occupancy
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