The snow has gone now and Spring is around the corner - but this property is fabulous whatever the time of year! Your cottage is the left hand wing with the porch.
Exmoor National Park is a mixture of high open moorland and deep wooded valleys. There are some amazing footpaths to follow.
The gorgeous sitting-room has a wood-burning stove at its heart and has been furnished with extra touches to make this a real home from home property.
The kitchen/dining room is so well-equipped. This bright room looks out over the orchard garden which is a dedicated outside space for guests.
A bright and cheerful start to your day will set the mood for exploring Exmoor.
This is the view over the lake and down the valley from the front of the property. Stunning in the winter - spring and summer photos will follow.
Another view of the sitting-room with the front door in the far corner.
Whatever the time of year, Stockham Farm is an excellent base for a wonderful country holiday.
The porch is ideal for wellies and for cleaning up wet paws before coming inside.
Stairs lead from the sitting-room to the kitchen/dining-room and the bathroom.
Guests have the entire left-hand part of the farmhouse. In the foreground is the orchard garden which has a bench for taking in the view down the valley.
Stockham offers this attractive wing of the farmhouse, with a grand front door. Parking is right next to the property and the orchard garden is to the left.
Getting out into the wilds is an exhilarating and refreshing way to get away from it all.
There are two lovely bedrooms - this is the master bedroom.
This is the second bedroom. Both rooms look out over the front of the property to the fields beyond
Everything in this property is the highest quality - going to bed after a day out exploring will be a treat in itself!
The bathroom is on the first landing, there is a fitted shower as well as the deep bath.
The second flight of stairs takes you up to the two double bedrooms.
Dulverton is the little market town just down the hill from Stockham Farm. It has some lovely independent shops, a deli and a little supermarket too.
A great choice of local produce is available in Dulverton.
Where Exmoor meets the sea - dramatic cliffs and scenery.
Toffee, the Shetland pony is a bonus for guests to see too.

Stockham Farm

4059 - New

1.4 miles NE of Dulverton / Sleeps 4 + cot*

7 Nights from £471 - £951

This beautifully refurbished and spacious Victorian wing of a traditional period farmhouse is in one of those truly stunning settings that Exmoor National Park is all about. The tree-lined driveway curves down towards the farmhouse and has amazing panoramic views over the Exe valley. Step into the porch and through the main front door of this lovely farmhouse into the warm and welcoming character of the sitting-room with its fabulous inglenook fireplace and wood-burning stove. Off a half-landing is the bespoke kitchen/dining-room and bathroom and on the first floor both bedrooms have lovely rural views. Outside, enjoy the orchard garden all to yourselves and explore the farm’s 35 acres. Just one and a half miles up into the hills above the lovely market town of Dulverton and with easy access to the open moorland and wooded valleys of Exmoor – perfect for four-legged friends – this location is the best of both worlds.

Exmoor is a wild and beautiful place whatever the time of year. Deep wooded valleys and wide open moors are much-loved features to explore. Little lanes and farm tracks lead into hidden valleys and Stockham Farm enjoys just this environment with footpaths from the farm’s boundaries leading up to the moors. Dulverton is a really pretty place which serves the rural communities all around and welcomes visitors warmly. Try the fabulous, award-winning pubs – both Woods and The Bridge Inn have won national awards! – as well as the cafes, restaurants, deli, gift shops and antiques shops for those holiday treats. From here you can set off along the riverside walk, following the river Barle all the way to Exmoor’s iconic Tarr Steps, a beauty spot with an extraordinary heritage. As well as the great outdoors, the medieval town of Dunster with its imposing castle is well worth a visit, and the coast is just a few miles further on. Some of the most spectacular scenery is where Exmoor plunges down to the sea with dramatic cliffs – one of the great challenging sections of the South West Coast Path. Coming home to this lovely property out-of-season when Exmoor is at its wildest, with its roaring wood-burning stove and under-floor heating (the bedrooms have radiators) is as much of a treat as staying in the spring, summer or autumn.

Ground Floor

Entrance hall

Sitting-room with Smart TV, DVD player, CD player and wood-burner


Kitchen/Dining-room with electric hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine and dishwasher

Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin

First Floor

Bedroom 1 with double bed (5')

Bedroom 2 with 'zip and link' (6' double or twin) beds

*A cot is not provided, bring your own travel cot.


  • Dogs welcome (1 only)
  • Arrive/Depart Friday
  • Short breaks available
  • Private parking for 2 cars
  • WiFi
  • No smoking
  • Pub 1.5 miles
  • Garden furniture
  • Full oil-fired CH (and under-floor heating with radiators in bedrooms)