Eating & shopping
Our tea-garden: time for a treat
Don’t feel like you have to come here just to walk. Watersmeet House has been serving teas since as far back as 1901. We’re happily continuing this fine tradition, as we know a visit to the West County isn’t quite complete without biting into a freshly cooked scone, thickly layered with clotted cream and strawberry jam (or whortleberry jam, an Exmoor speciality). Ours have quite a following with people coming back time and time again to sit on the riverbank and indulge.
Try on a fleece or how about a new rain jacket? We stock a range of Regatta outdoor clothing.
Make the most of our local maps and guides. Our walks leaflet features six of the best walks.
With lovely rugs in all colours, beautiful mugs and cookware, and a great range of books to enjoy...
Lovely local things
With Exmoor jams, and Devon honey, juices, biscuits and fudge, you'll easily find a tempting trea...
Exmoor photography have been using the stunning backdrop of Watersmeet House for some of their photography courses. As a way of saying 'thank you', they have presented Julie, our enterprise manager, with a beautiful canvas photograph of the house, tea garden and surroundings.