The historic market town of South Molton (the gateway to Exmoor) is well worth a visit with its unique and varied range of independent traders, from delicious local cheeses, clothing, gift & coffee shops. Every Thursday and Saturday browse up to 70 stalls in the historic Pannier Market (undercover), a purpose built market area built in 1864.
Every Thursday the animal market takes place near the main car park.
Find out about South Molton’s history and how it was built on the wool trade in the Museum, explore South Molton’s Heritage Trail or visit South Molton’s Tourist Information Centre for everything you need to know on what to do in the area.
South Molton is also home to the world’s largest bee exhibition - Quince Honey Farm: now one of Britain’s leading honey farms. The Quince Honey Farm in South Molton is family run and was first established in 1949. A thriving tourist attraction, it’s a great day out for all ages, with the unique Bee World exhibition, guided tours, honey tasting, talks, indoor and outdoor play areas, cafe and shop.
Escape to this beautiful, award winning Medieval Longhouse (beams & log fires) tucked away on a Jacob sheep farm on Tarka Trail near Exmoor, with walks from the doorstep, quality en-suite rooms & WiFi
6 cosy cottages in a great place to relax. Explore North Devon's beaches and more. Close to Arlington Court, Marwood Hill Gardens & RHS Rosemoor. Small family run farm in fifteen acres. Dogs welcome.
Two 4* Gold, light & spacious cottages offer peace & comfort. Dine al fresco on decking / splash in jacuzzi bath (Thatch) or gather all in front of a log fire / round the kitchen table (large cottage)
Idyllic setting in the Exmoor foothills. Traditional 300 acre family farm. Cottages furnished and equipped to a high standard, offering rural charm, cosy woodburners, enclosed gardens. Wildlife lake.
Wake up to a view of rolling Devon countryside, a scrumptious breakfast and the sound of Shire horses going out to work on a traditional working farm. Biddacott�s medieval farmhouse provides log fires