How to find Exmoor House

Wheddon Cross is at the junction of the A396 and B3224 in West Somerset. You will find Exmoor House in the centre of the village. Wheddon Cross and Exmoor map

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Directions by road to Exmoor House

From the M4/M5, leave the M5 at junction 25 and head towards Minehead on the A358, passing through the outskirts of Taunton. After passing the Cedar Falls health farm, turn left under the railway bridge onto the B3224 signposted to Wheddon Cross and Raleghs Cross and follow this for about 14 miles, bearing right at the Brendon Hill Methodist Church to remain on the B3224.

From the south or west, pick up the A396 at Tiverton and follow it up the valley (mind the pheasants!) all the way to Wheddon Cross.

Note: if you're using sat-nav, we'd advise you to check the route against a map too - we've found that sometimes they send people the long way round.

If you'd prefer not to use a car while you are staying at Exmoor House, take a look at ExploreMoor for some ideas. You may also find our access statement useful; it contains some information about accessible transport on Exmoor.

Getting to Exmoor House by public transport

West Somerset Railway steam trainThe nearest mainline railway stations are at Taunton and Tiverton Parkway, from where you can get buses and/or taxis to Wheddon Cross.

The West Somerset Railway operates steam trains between Minehead and Bishops Lydeard (near Taunton). We sell discounted Day Rover tickets, if you want to travel on the steam railway while you're here.

National Express operates various coach services to Minehead, Taunton and Tiverton.

Buses between Minehead and Dulverton stop at Wheddon Cross: the village bus stop is only a few yards away from Exmoor House. There are 2 or 3 minibuses a day, except for Sundays and public holidays. The service is currently operated by ATWest; for latest information call them on 01643 709701.

The Moor Rover bus, which needs to be pre-booked, operates in the West Somerset and Exmoor area.

Useful phone numbers and websites

Railway: National Rail Enquiries 08457 484950, www.nationalrail.co.uk
West Somerset Railway: 01643 704996, www.west-somerset-railway.co.uk
Coach: National Express 08717 818178, www.nationalexpress.com
Bus: Traveline 0871 200 2233, www.traveline.info
Somerset sustainable transport information: www.movingsomersetforward.co.uk
Moor Rover 01643 709701, www.atwest.org.uk/moor_rover.html

 

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Exmoor and Somerset are great places to visit no matter what the weather! Do not be misled: the unfortunate flooding affected only a small part of the county. Exmoor is open for business and waiting to welcome you. See our Why Visit Now? page for some special early March offers.

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Exmoor House
Wheddon Cross
Exmoor National Park
Somerset TA24 7DU

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