Located in a serene corner of the world-renowned Exmoor National Park, Hunter's Inn exudes heritage, charm, and bucolic splendour. Originally a thatched cottage, before it was redeveloped in the “Swiss Style” in the late 19th century, it is set within four acres of private gardens, forming an unforgettable backdrop for weddings and family events.
Just a short drive from North Devon Coastline, with a myriad of stunning nature trails and hiking routes on its doorstep, The Hunters Inn is an ideal base from which to explore the unique landscapes and wildlife of one of England’s most esteemed National Parks. Vehicle charge points are also available in the surrounding Heddon Valley.
What's more, guests of the Hunter's Inn can now enjoy a spot of fishing in the nearby River Heddon. Offering a kilometre of open access to the public, this double bank Exmoor stream runs all the way to the picturesque Heddon's Mouth beach. Available from 15 March to 31 September at a cost of just £12 per day. Find out more and purchase your fishing tokens from the National Trust here.
Best driving route - Please note that due to extremely narrow roads on the way to the hotel, the route your Sat Nav suggests may not the be the best one to take. Below are our suggested directions for the last part of your journey to reach the hotel. Please follow the directions here