Escape to this award winning B&B near Exmoor National Park, offering breakfast next to a log fire in the beautifully restored Medieval Farmhouse & accommodation in converted barns. Explore the 80 acres of farm & woodland via it's Devon Wildlife Trail. Situated off the beaten track, on the walking section of the Tarka Trail. A Devon Cream Tea Welcome awaits your arrival.
What makes a stay at Huxtable Farm unique?
Jacob sheep farm with woolly products for sale.
Devon Wildlife Farm Trail through woodland, pasture, next to stream & pond, with panoramic views.
Enjoy a delicious freshly cooked breakfast of farm & local produce in the historic medieval farmhouse dinning room, next to a crackling log fire.
Off the beaten track, half mile from the nearest roads, entrance situated on the walking section of the Tarka Trail.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Huxtable Farm?
One en-suite double bedded bedroom, one en-suite twin bedded bedroom (double bed and single bed ) and one en-suite family bedroom (one double & two single beds).
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Barnstaple area?
Quince Honey Farm, Exmoor Zoo, National Trust Arlington Court, RHS Rosemoor Gardens, Marwood Hill and other special North Devon gardens, such as Castle Hill Gardens just 2 miles down the road. Fabulous sandy beaches - Woolacombe, Saunton Sands & Westward Ho! Exmoor National Park
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Historic Market Towns of Barnstaple & South Molton have a variety of eating establishments. Local pubs serve delicious meals: Stags Head Filleigh, The New Inn Goodleigh, The Black Venus Challacombe, The Jack Russell Swimbridge & The Bell Chittlehampton.