Burrowhayes Farm Caravan & Camping Site And Riding Stables is located just outside of Porlock, Somerset. Burrowhayes Farm provides a central position for touring the whole of Exmoor with its wooded valleys, streams, hills and magnificent coastal scenery.
We have 19 modern caravans available for hire which are well spaced around the field by Horner Water, with ample room for cars and for games. They are all serviced with mains water and drainage and each have their own W.C. and shower. They range from the one bedroomed 4 berth to the two bedroomed 6 berth and are all perfectly equipped with everything required except your personal linen and towels. Heating and cooking is by gas, lighting and a fridge is on mains electricity. A microwave and toaster is also included.
Beside Horner Water, are two areas reserved for the accommodation of touring caravans where 16 amp electrical hook-ups and television linkups are available to some pitches. The camping field lies adjacent to the field where the ponies graze at night and stretches from behind the stables to the boundary with Horner woods.
We pride ourselves on excellent facilities they include:
Heated toilet and shower block with baby changing and disabled facilities.
Flush Toilets - washbasins - free hot showers.
"Pot wash" room with ample hot water for dish washing.
Laundry room with coin operated washing machines and tumble driers. Also deep sink for hand washing.
Well stocked shop, open daily to serve your needs.
Chemical disposal points.
The farm buildings have been converted to riding stables where the horses and ponies are a main attraction to many on the site. Burrowhayes Farm Riding Stables Ltd. organise escorted rides of mixed abilities in the glorious Horner Valley and on the open moorland of Dunkery, Ley Hill and Selworthy.
Our farm is a walkers paradise where the car can be forgotten with numerous walks leadings into the woods and onto the moors where red deer and all kinds of wildlife can be seen. There is plenty to entertain the younger members of the family too from the thrill of the pony rides to playing in the stream and exploring in the woods.
Lynton and Lynmouth and the mysterious Lorna Doone Country is a short drive away via Porlock and its famous hill. The historical picturesque little town of Dunster, with its Castle brooding on the hilltop, is also but a few miles distant. Everywhere there are quaint Exmoor villages with their thatched cottages, century old churches, pack horse bridges and cream teas.
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Rates: Basic camping pitch £14.00 - £18.00, serviced pitch £17.00 - £21.00, standard touring £17.50 - £21.50, fully serviced pitch £19.50 - £23.50, additional adults £6.00, additional child £2.50, awnings £1.50, extra car £1.00 and hike tent £8.50 - £11.00.
Groups are welcome by arrangement – please enquire for exact details.
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