Stockham farm, where guests have a fully independent wing of this lovely farmhouse, with the most amazing panoramic views.
This is the stunning view down the valley. The lake is for guests to enjoy - even for wild swimming !
There is a wonderful living-room with a wood-burning stove at its heart and a special farmhouse feel.
The contemporary kitchen is fully-equipped and the dining table looks out over the side garden.
Staying at Stockham Farm is all about tranquility, walking ( or riding if you bring your own horse ) in the Exmoor National Park, and appreciating this special landscape on your doorstep.
Another view of the light filled living-room.
This is a truly relaxing place to stay, whatever the time of year.
The kitchen and bathroom are off a half-landing between the living-room and the bedrooms
Stairs lead from the sitting-room to the kitchen/dining-room and the bathroom.
The second flight of stairs takes you up to the two double bedrooms.
This is the first of the two beautifully presented double bedrooms.
All the friendly personal touches are to make guests feel immediately at home
This is the second double bedroom with its ornamental original fireplace.
Both the bedrooms look out to the front of the property.
There is a brand new contemporary bathroom with the option of a shower or bath as you wish.
The porch is ideal for wellies and for cleaning up wet paws before coming inside.
Lovely farmhouse furniture complements the quality and style of this excellent holiday property.
Stockham Farm is a stunning traditional Exmoor farmhouse. Guests have the Victorian annexe - to the left of, and above the porch - all to themselves as well as a side garden and the lawns in front of
You are welcome to use the stabling and paddocks here - making the most of access  on to the high moors from the farm. ( through a separate arrangment with the owners ) Do ask us.
An atmospheric early morning mist down the valley.
You are very likely to see wild deer in the fields that surround Stockham Farm.
Another treat spotted recently at the farm. The little lake attracts a wide variety of wildlife - you can just sit and watch.
This is Wimbleball Lake, just a very short drive away. Once there, you will find several fabulous walks. There are watersports for the more adventurous - best to book in advance if you want to try sai
Dulverton is the little market town within walking distance down the hill from Stockham Farm. It has some lovely independent shops, a deli and a little supermarket too.

Stockham Farm

4059

1.4 miles NE of Dulverton / Sleeps 4 + cot*

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7 Nights from  £504

May 2019

Truly a wonderful place to stay for peace and relaxation.


November 2018

A tasteful home from home with a great view, a warm welcome and high level of comfort and close to one of the loveliest towns in the West of England.


September 2018

Great Cottage in an amazing location Excellent decor lovely and cosy and very well equipped The owners could not of been more helpful So close to Dulverton


August 2018

This cottage is in an idyllic setting, we loved waking up every morning to pheasants and rabbits wandering around the farm. The hosts Ali and Jeff could not have been more friendly and helpful. We loved every minute.


July 2018

Peaceful & relaxing in a comfortable house in a stunning location with great hosts.


June 2018

A beautifully furnished and equipped property which was spotlessly clean. Very welcoming owners and some lovely personal touches, such as the fresh flowers and the welcome food "goodies." Would happily book this property again.


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