Exmoor Escape – idyllic location on our beautiful organic award winning Exmoor farm, with lovely 18th century farmhouse B&B, bed and breakfast, tucked away in between Minehead 3 miles & Porlock, with Dunster Medieval village, Castle & Water Mill nearby to visit, for walking guests enjoy direct access to wonderful walks and breathtaking views from the door, including the South West Coast Path, also nearby the Coleridge Way.
HINDON ORGANIC FARM follows GREEN principles for sustainable tourism. In caring for our environment we – compost, recycle and have a Bio-mass boiler for heating the farmhouse. Guests have Organic toiletries to use, and choices of organic Teas & coffees to help themselves to. We encourage guests to walk this beautiful place and have a 40 mins farm trail to wander, and peaceful conservation for your picnic – “A poor life this if full of care we have no time to stand and stare”.
Delicious cream teas and lunches nearby to walk and visit. Explore Exmoor further along glorious coast to Lynton and Lynmouth and beyond. Our farm accommodation provides the best of both worlds for a real organic farm west country holiday; secluded peace and quiet with easy access to local amenities, Exmoor attractions, and real food.
Real Farm – Real Food – Relax …… Enjoy our own organic and local produce – the best home made bacon & sausages, hand made by Roger from our own Gloucester Old Spot pigs, with eggs from chickens and ducks who roam freely, Pennys organic Bircher Muesli is a favourite, breakfast also with fresh baked organic bread, yogurts, local or organic preserves, and fruit/herbs from our kitchen garden .
We are proud to have won the National Organic Producer of the Year award, a Beautiful Farm Award and Exmoor National Park conservation award, we are also Rick Stein Food Heroes. The farm featured on BBC1 Countryfile TV programme.
Within Exmoor National Park and situated on the National Trust Holnicote estate our Exmoor organic hill stock farm of 380hcts stretches from its peaceful valley with the farmhouse and cottage, to the adjacent heather moor that surrounds Selworthy Beacon and overlooks Porlock Bay where our Exmoor ponies and Belted Galloway cattle graze on the heather moor, helping keep a unique habitat for wild life, you may also spot the hares we reintroduced there.
Exmoor is Britains first Dark Sky reserve.
We hope you will choose to visit us soon and have a wonderful, organic relaxing stay.