Hidden in the magical Heddon Valley on Exmoor, The Hunter’s Inn is a traditional country inn with plenty of charm and historic character. Explore the four acres of gardens, walk down the valley through ancient woodland to a cove sandwiched between two of England’s highest sea cliffs, then toddle back for an honest home cooked meal and home brewed ale.
The ten well-appointed bedrooms enjoy lovely views of the gardens. For an extra touch of romance, one of the room has a four-poster bed, and two rooms are equipped with balconies. The self-catering lodge has a private entrance and two bedroom with kitchen and lounge/dining room.
The food menu changes with the season while keep all the pub grub favourites, including slow cooked pork belly and homemade steak and ale Exmoor pie. The Heddon Valley ale is always a good bet, and there is a large selection of wines and beer to choose from.
The local area is wonderful for walkers, from the gentle stroll down the valley to Heddon’s Mouth to a dramatic climb along the South West Coast Path following the stunning cliff tops with views across to Wales.