From the East: Court Farm is less than an hour from the M5 at Junction 25. From Taunton take the A358 towards Minehead then turn left under a railway bridge onto the B3224 to Wheddon Cross and Exford (make sure you fork right after you have passed Ralegh’s Cross Inn to stay on the B3224). […]

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We love autumn on Exmoor. There is so much to enjoy. Walks in the river valleys as the leaves turn colour can be spectacular and soon the Red Deer stags will start the rutting ritual bringing strange sounds to the area! We have limited availability left until November but what we do have is listed […]

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Summer on Exmoor sees is the season of shows and activities to cater for every taste. From village shows to big agricultural shows, dog shows to horse shows. Some of the most popular are listed below: 24th July – Dunster Country Fair – a show featuring horses, dogs, carriage driving, duck herding and a Shetland […]

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This year is the 150th Anniversary since the publication of Lorna Doone (R D Blackmore’s classic novel set on Exmoor) and there are a series of events being organised throughout 2019.  Here are some of the highlights which may help you plan your visit to Exmoor this year April to October Large Exhibition in Dulverton Heritage Centre May to September – Exhibition in Dovery […]

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Information for the Mobility Impaired Court Farm is in a rural location.  Although the ground around the cottages is mainly flat there are steps and some uneven ground to negotiate.  All our cottages are two storey buildings with stairs to access the bedrooms and bathrooms which are all on the first floor.  All stairs have […]

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The Online Booking system Our new booking system is powered by ‘freetobook’ and can be used to check availability as well as make a booking.  If you click on the Make a Booking Button a new window will open showing availability for the next couple of weeks.   You may then check availability for the […]

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  Situated on the River Barle, not far from Court Farm, Tarr Steps is one of those spots that people love to visit again and again.  While the bridge is the focus of visits there is a lovely circular walk which takes about an hour and the Tarr Farm Inn for refreshments which has a tea garden […]

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