Location

Sherdon Hutch by Caroline Shipsey

In the Southwest of England is one of the country’s best kept secrets, the very pretty and totally unspoilt Exmoor National Park.

Found hidden away in its own private valley deep in the heart of Exmoor, Cutthorne is a delightful country house that is truly off the beaten track.

At the centre of this 25- acre estate is the impressive Georgian farmhouse, the home of Ann and Philip Durbin and family.

Visitor Comments

“The most beautiful and romantic place we’ve stayed”
(J.D. Australia)
 
“Beautiful views, surroundings. Lovely house”
(J.G. W. Sussex)
 
“A wonderful haven of peace, we can’t wait to return”
(P.H. Lewes)
 
“We have discovered a hidden treasure! Thanks, and see you again”
(L.C. Bucks)

Cutthorne. Luckwell Bridge. Wheddon Cross. Somerset. TA24 7EW.

Driving Instructions:

Directions from the East:


Leave M5 at Junction 25 Taunton. Follow the A358 (signs to Minehead). After approx. 5 miles bypass Bishop’s Lydeard on your right. The road narrows at Cedar Falls Health Farm, and there is a stone wall on your right. Turn left under the railway bridge onto B3224 (Raleghs Cross, Wheddon Cross, Exmoor). After approx 9 miles, and 0.5 mile after Raleghs Cross Inn, fork right at Methodist Chapel (sign to Wheddon Cross, B3224). At Wheddon Cross continue towards Exford still on B3224. Our driveway is 2.3 miles along this road on the left.