A great start to the guided walk season here on Exmoor Amazing weather for our guided walk at the Valley of the Rocks, Lynton. We watched lambs chasing about in the daffodils at Lee Abbey and sat high above the valley for our break for Tiffin. Then hail and rain for the [...]
One of Jinny's triplets....the joy of a warm Mum to snuggle into! So ... 3 little bundles born last night, doing OK although the smallest, Midge, is needing supplementary feeding at the moment. Mary and Mungo are doing just fine, enjoying the Spring sunshine in the barn. Join us [...]
The last Dark skies and Farmhouse Supper evening before the clocks "spring forwards!" Join us on Saturday March 9th for our last winter mulled wine and roast stargazing evening. (Until Autumn) From 6.00pm to 10.00pm approx., we will meet in Exford main carpark for our walk up the Exe Valley Way onto [...]
January Sunday lunch Well, we certainly blew the cobwebs away! Great fun, loved having such well behaved dogs with us, thanks so much all for coming! (Ros and Steve too, who joined us for lunch!)
Come and join us in Exmoor on Sunday 27th January! Spaces left on our stroll around the hinterland of Exford village, followed by a late lunch back at our cosy farmhouse. This is our first event of the year, so dust off those walking boots and join our convivial group of walkers! Dogs [...]
Granny Wild's pasty Ingredients: half to one mug of minced cooked Christmas ham 1x tin chopped tomatoes 1x chopped onion (can push through mincer with ham!) 1 x medium carrot (ditto) 1 pack of justroll shortcrust pastry 1 x enamel plate then it's simple.......roll out the pastry and place the plate [...]
November 10th We are putting on another Dark skies and Farmhouse supper event, due to special request, so if you missed out last time because we were fully booked, come and join us! Running from 6.00pm to 9.30 approx, walking from Exford up to the moor. £30 an adult and £15 for 8 [...]
Thanks so much everyone for making this such a great evening, we will have to do it all again next year now!
Thanks Jennette of Visit Exmoor for facilitating this!