EXPERIENCE THE PATH
Two National Parks, two coasts, and over 100 miles of breathtaking countryside.
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The Jubilee Inn
Welcome to the comfortable and newly refurbished Jubilee Inn, the infamous haunt of Terry Thomas back in the 1960s.
A convenient and well-loved ‘stop-and-stay’ for walkers and trail riders. Relax in surprisingly luxurious en-suite guest rooms (6, including 1 single) and enjoy our fine dining and/or casual restaurants: a little treat along the way. Dogs: charge/certain room availability only.
Luxurious off-grid cabin set in Bulworthy Project’s woodland where they make charcoal and run courses and events. This cosy cabin for 2 has an ensuite and kitchenette, WiFi, wood burner, solar-powered lighting, USB socket, toolbox, BBQ and campfire.
Pick-up/drop-off service from Washford Pyne to West Anstey. One-night bookings Monday–Thursday (weekends minimum 2 nights). You could even break your journey and attend an event here.
The Exmoor Manor Hotel & Beggars Roost Inn
Just a few hundred yards off the Two Moors Way is this welcoming pub/restaurant and guest house hotel. Stunning nearby views to Wales and beautiful rolling moorland. Fields of sheep, cattle, Exmoor ponies and often deer can all be seen along the way.
Free wifi to enjoy with a refreshing drink accompanied by excellent food and comfortable en-suite accommodation if required. Relax in this idyllic tranquil setting.
Nestling on the banks of the East Lyn river in the beautiful Brendon valley. Friendly, family-run inn with riverside garden and large car park. En suite accommodation with river or garden view. Home-made meals served lunchtimes and evenings, Sunday roasts.
B&B or DB&B available. Dogs welcome, wifi, packed lunches (on request), drying room.