The village of Winsford is only a mile by road or slightly further if you choose to walk via the footpath. We have a village shop (with Post Office open on Tuesdays and Fridays 9-11am) which has a marvellous range of products, many locally sourced including meat, bread, cakes, cheese, fresh fish and homemade pasties and sausage rolls as well as the essentials.
The beautiful thatched Royal Oak Inn serves bar and restaurant meals and allows children and dogs and has a garden.
Bridge Cottage Tearooms gives you the choice of indoor or outdoor eating with a varied locally sourced menu and delicious local ice cream.
Karslake House Hotel offers Band B and dinners for non residents.
Winsford also has an attractive church which is open for visits and would welcome you for a service- times are displayed in our information room
We also have a garage for repairs. The nearest petrol is at Wheddon Cross or Dulverton, both about 5 miles away.
Winsford is often referred to as the prettiest village on Exmoor and it is certainly worth exploring to find all of the six bridges.
Further afield Halse Farm Campsite makes a good base for visits to Dulverton, Dunster, the Doone Valley, the Coastal Footpath and coast towns such as Porlock Weir, Lynton and Lynmouth and 3 miles away are the famous Tarr Steps, an ancient clapper bridge over the river Barle (with a handy pub right beside the river)
Make Halse Farm Caravan and Campsite your home from home on Exmoor.