T: 01643 842978
Bed and Breakfast Barn Complex
What our guests say
" I am not sure which I enjoyed the most, the lovely cooked breakfast or the wildlife just outside the windows. We saw Bullfinch, Flycatcher, Ducklings, Moorhens, Nuthatch, Bluetits, Greatits, Chaffinch, Dunnock, Sparrow, Blackbird,and a very cheeky Mouse. We will definitely be returning" - WessexGirl
"We have stayed at the stunning bed and breakfast this week and it is by far the best we have stayed in! On arrival we were greeted by the lovely Jo who brought us tea and cake! Our room was lovely and everything was catered for! We had our dog with us and he was very well looked after too! Thanks so much was making us feel very very welcome! I would recommend anyone to stay here!" - Emma
"Jo and Adrian were the perfect hosts! Everything was spot on and nothing was too much trouble! The breakfast was AMAZING as was the homemade cake left for us each day! The flapjack for our walk was spot on!!
The room was spotless and cosy and suited the country setting perfectly!" - Hannah
Our family home
Upper Barn self catering cottage
How to find Middle Burrow
GPS Coordinates: 51 10 06 N 3 31 14W SAT NAV: TA24 7UD
From the North
From the M5 follow the signs towards Minehead on the A39. After passing
through the village of Carhampton you will see Dunster castle on your left
and come to a set of traffic lights.
As you approach the traffic lights take a left turning into Dunster.
Follow the A396 through Dunster and then the village of Timberscombe.
After you leave Timberscombe you will take a right hand bend followed by a left hand bend and go up a slight hill. You will see a right hand turn at the top of the incline. There is a blue roadsign 'unsuitable for heavy goods vehicles' with a red cross on a white background at the opening to the road. Turn right here and follow this single track road. In one mile you will see Higher Burrow Farm at the top of the hill on your left. Pass this and as you come around the bend right at the bottom of the hill you will see Middle Burrow on the left.
From the South
Exit the M5 Junction 27 A361/A38 Barnstaple/Tiverton/Wellington. At the roundabout take the 1st Exit A361.In 6.5 miles at the next roundabout take the 3rd exit on to the A396. In 11.5 miles at the next roundabout (Exeter Inn) take the 1st Exit continuing on the A396. At the junction keep on the A396 signposted Minehead and Dulverton. Eventually you will come to the village of Wheddon Cross. Go through the village and continue for approximately 3 miles on the A396 down into the valley floor. At the bottom of the hill there is a bend to the left and then one to the right and the road widens slightly. After the right hand bend take the second turning on the left (not the one that says Waydown Kennels but the next one) which turns sharply back on itself. There is a blue road sign 'unsuitable for heavy goods vehicles' with a red cross on a white background at the opening to the road. Turn here and follow this single track road. In one mile you will see Higher Burrow Farm at the top of the hill on your left. Pass this and as you come around the bend right at the bottom of the hill you will see Middle Burrow on the left.
Leave Porlock on the A39 towards Minehead. After approximately 3 miles turn right (at the bottom of a hill with a wooden bus shelter next to the junction) towards Wootton Courtenay. Follow this road for approximately 3 miles until you reach the village of Wootton Courtenay. In the village just past the post office and opposite the church turn right down a hill. Follow this road for 3/4 of a mile. Burrow is just a tiny hamlet of 5 houses. Middle Burrow is in the middle!
Sat Nav will bring you to Burrow. Our post code is TA24 7UD. Our phone number is 01643 842978.
Middle Burrow is a family run holiday location in the heart of Exmoor national park. A perfect place to enjoy peace and quiet and to relax in beautiful surroundings.
Middle Burrow is a great place from which to explore Exmoor. Dunster is only 4 miles away with its castle and yarn market. Lynton, Lynmouth, Porlock, Selworthy and Tarr Steps are also wonderful places to explore near by.
If you enjoy the wilder side of Exmoor, Jo will be able to help you plan your visit. There are walks from the property to Webbers Post, Dunkery Beacon and around the lanes of Wooten Courtenay. And further afield amazing walks in hidden valleys and over open moorland.
Our property comprises of a 2 bed self catering holiday cottage and a 3 room bed and breakfast barn complex, across the courtyard from the family home. This beautiful 17th century property, with stone pillars and oak beams provide a cosy and relaxing place for a break away.
Our locally sourced quality breakfast is served in our breakfast room for B&B guest, which over looks our 3 acre garden with large pond, home to our resident wild birds and local wildlife.
We have plenty of free parking on site, and secure bike storage if required.