Hollamoor Farm Bed & Breakfast
Come and enjoy the luxury of being able to ride freely around 400 beautiful acres, with hardly a gate to open.
Hollamoor Farm benefits from open fields, farm tracks, woods, lakes and hills all around.
Just imagine how wonderful it would be, as a horse lover, to ride your treasured animal along an easily-accessible, 3-mile stretch of a golden-sanded beach at the famous Saunton Sands. Or perhaps even ride in amongst the gentle waves.
And, just think how perfect it would be to ride for many miles in the unique National Park of Exmoor, amongst the Exmoor ponies and their foals, and see the magnificent red deer too.
Well, come to Hollamoor Farm, and you can enjoy all of this.
Horse B&B Facilities
We provide the following for you and your horses:
A warm and friendly, 18th century Devon farmhouse in which to stay
Elegant, yet cosy, bedrooms for your rest and relaxation
Delicious breakfasts (and dinner if ordered) in the dining room with its unique, seven-foot fireplace with original beams and bread oven
Large stable for your horse with bedding and hay (to order) if desired
Lockable tack room
You are also welcome to enjoy Hollamoor Bed & Breakfast without a horse or pony.
8th Century Farmhouse
Sir Bourchier and Lady Caroline Wrey’s home was built in 1740 by the Wrey family who lived on a large estate locally; the family arrived in Tawstock, from St Ives in Cornwall in 1640 when the Wreys married Lady Anne Bourchier from a very old Norman family who came over in 1066. Sir Bourchier is the 16th baronet and has 2 sons and a daughter.
George runs a property company and a private shoot, while Caroline is an interior designer and presently teaches dyslexic children and runs the livery yard.
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This page was last updated: 16 August 2012