Welcome

Welcome to the Cutthorne website

We hope that you will be inspired to come and visit us for your stay on Exmoor.
 

Valley of Rocks  

Situated in our own private valley close to Dunkery Beacon between Exford and Wheddon Cross.

Return to Nature and visit Exmoor, one of the most beautiful and unspoilt parts of England. Come and enjoy peace and tranquility and listen to the the wild birds singing. Walk the rugged moor spotting the Red Deer and Exmoor ponies, or have a bracing hike along the stunning coast path before returning to Cutthorne for a hot bath and a leisurely homecooked dinner.

Valentines Day Offer Book 2 nights Dinner, Bed and Breakfast and receive a free bottle of Sparkling Wine plus we will have a Special menu on that evening.

"Winter Special"

Book any three nights on a dinner bed and breakfast basis and have the third nights accommodation absolutely free! Just pay for your meals.

"Winter Special" must be quoted at time of booking to receive this offer.

Please ring The Durbin family on 01643 831255

or email bookings@cutthorne.co.uk

Emails regularly get lost, please phone if you don't get a quick reply.

  The Valley of Rocks

Organic fruit from our garden  

Fresh organic fruit and vegetables from our garden.

We pride ourselves on giving you the very best of Exmoor produce. At Cutthorne you will get real homecooked food from the Aga using local meat or fish and only the freshest organic fruit, berries and vegetables from our garden, when in season.As well as homemade jams and yogurt for breakfast and delicious homemade puddings for dinner. The way food should be. Proper food produced with love and care!

Pure spring water from every tap!

Ann and Pam's cooking was wonderful as usual, as was the hospitality. What lovely people live and work here. Simply the best. Derek and Barbara. (Sept 2014)

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Another beautiful day in paradise.  

Return to nature and escape from the pressures of everyday life.

If you are looking for a quiet relaxing break in beautiful unspoilt countryside, then Cutthorne is an ideal hideaway in the middle of the Exmoor National Park.

Miles of excellent walking

Riding on open moorland

Spectacular scenery

National Trust villages and buildings Stunning coastline and beaches


As featured in the Guardian and the Observer Sunday, August 10 2008

20 Wild places to stay in the UK

Looking for a secluded lovers' hideaway, a place to let the kids run wild or a secret spot to indulge yourself? Annabelle Thorpe offers her pick of British holiday accommodation that is truly far from the madding crowds, offering walks, spectacular views, some fine food and, best of all, total peace and quiet."

Exmoor National Park has been designated the first International Dark Sky Reserve in Europe!

Click here for the full story

Ferrara's Review Tuesday, 31 May 2011

"This hospitality, combined with the dramatic landscapes, the simple pleasures and the slow pace, link my Exmoor experience to other breaks in the southwest. It may be only 150 miles from London, but in so many ways it's a whole planet away."

Bee & Nick's Blog Review

"We visited in May and had such an incredible time. We just wanted to let you know that we wrote about our experience on our travel blog and thought you might want to take a look!"

Todays weather in the South West

Exmoor National Park Guide for visitors

Whats happening locally

Everything Exmoor

Outdoor activities

A film about Exmoor

Exmoor Pictures

Snowdrop Valley

  The coast path at Desolate

Located in the very Heart of Exmoor National Park




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