Hunter's Inn, Heddon Valley

Nestled in a quiet valley within Exmoor National Park, Hunter’s Inn offers a special place to stay in North Devon.

Surrounded by 2,000 acres of woodland, moorland and coastline that we care for, the hotel is bursting with history and character. With 10 en-suite bedrooms, a bar and restaurant, gardens and separate self-catering apartment, Hunter’s Inn offers high-quality accommodation in a unique location. 

Walkers will love exploring the rolling hills, rocky beaches and windswept cliffs that inspired Shelley, Coleridge and Wordsworth, before returning to kick off their boots and relax after a day on the trails. 

The surrounding area is also a haven for wildlife such as red deer and otters, so don’t forget to bring your camera. With a bit of luck you might even spot the UK's most endangered butterfly: the High Brown Fritillary. 

The historic seaside resorts of Combe Martin and Lynmouth are close to the hotel and the golden sands of Woolacombe are a short drive away, perfect for sandcastle-builders and surfers alike.

The exterior of Hunter's Inn, Heddon Valley, Devon
The exterior of Hunter's Inn, Heddon Valley, Devon
The exterior of Hunter's Inn, Heddon Valley, Devon

When you come to Hunters Inn, the funds from your holiday go towards the conservation of Heddon Valley. So when you’re staying in the hotel or enjoying a meal in the restaurant, you’re helping to protect this special landscape and the wildlife that live there.
 

Facilities

Rooms

Ten characterful rooms, each traditionally furnished with a TV and en-suite bath and/or shower. 

The Exmoor Restaurant & Bar

After a day exploring Exmoor National Park, retire to the restaurant and bar for a home-cooked meal made with fresh, local ingredients. 

Dogs welcome

Hunter's Inn is a dog-friendly hotel, so your four-legged friend can join you as you explore Devon.

Weddings and events

The hotel has two licensed ceremony rooms and is close to a number of churches - perfect for weddings and other special celebrations.

Accessibility

To find out how accessible the hotel and surrounding area is, download the Heddon Valley access guide (PDF).