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On the river Exe, at the heart of Exmoor National Park, lays Exford with its attractive village green surrounded by shops, restaurants and hotels. It is a busy walking, fishing and equine centre.We work directly with selected Exford B&Bs, guesthouses and small hotels to offer you the best accommodation and room deals. Have a look below at our selection of Exford bed and breakfast, guest house and small hotel accommodations.
This Exford Hotel is 5.7mi, 9.2km from central Exford
The Lorna Doone Hotel is a family run, licensed Hotel centrally situated in Porlock, Somerset, yet within walking… more information.
This Exford Hotel is 9.2mi, 14.8km from central Exford
Dunster Castle Hotel combines contemporary style with traditional comfort at the foot of the historic National Trust… more information.
This Exford Hotel is 5.6mi, 9.0km from central Exford
The Castle is a family run B&B, public house and restaurant in the centre of Porlock, an idyllic West Country village set… more information.
This Exford Hotel is 8.9mi, 14.3km from central Exford
Situated in an attractive tree lined road, this Edwardian terraced house is only a few minutes level walk from both… more information.
This Exford Hotel is 9.0mi, 14.5km from central Exford
Re-opened under new management in July 2016, The Quay Inn is a dog friendly & family friendly pub, restaurant and B&B… more information.
This Exford Hotel is 9.9mi, 15.9km from central Exford
The Anchor Inn is a 17th century coaching inn situated on the bank of the river Exe in Exebridge, less than two miles… more information.
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