Hilary and family welcome you to Kimbland Farm, a family run 300 acre working beef and sheep farm. We can offer you Bed and Breakfast accommodation overlooking the picturesque Exmoor National Park.

Exmoor National Park contains an amazing variety of landscapes within its 267 square miles (692 square kilometers). A unique landscape of moorland, woodland, valleys and farmland, shaped by people and nature over thousands of years. Where high cliffs plunge into the Bristol Channel, and cosy pubs and tearooms offer delicious local produce.

The market town of South Molton is 8 miles away…

South Molton is ideally situated as a base to explore the beautiful countryside of North Devon and Mid Devon, Exmoor and Dartmoor National Parks.

The main attraction in the town itself is Quince Honey Farm where you can see the worlds largest exhibition of honey bees.

We also have a Chocolate Factory where you can indulge your sweet tooth and an award-winning Museum.

Or if you’re feeling energetic, have a swim in the local pool or have a go at rock climbing on the outskirts of town.

Market days are a must – Saturday is the Pannier Market and on Thursday you will see the Cattle Market as well.

Barnstaple is also 8 miles away from us…

Barnstaple is the premier town in North Devon, where  you’ll find great bars, great restaurants and big name high street shopping.

There’s also independent boutique shops within the town, proud local food producers selling their delicious delicacies in the Pannier Market and the town’s colourful history.


The North Devon coastline with the beautiful beaches of Croyde, Woolacombe and Saunton are just a 30 minute drive.

We welcome walkers and cyclists…

Walkers are able to walk the Macmillan Way,  a long-distance footpath in England that links Boston, Lincolnshire to Abbotsbury in Dorset. The route’s distance is 290 miles. It is promoted to raise money for the charity Macmillan Cancer Relief.  The Macmillan Way West runs from Castle Cary in Somerset to Barnstaple, 101 miles. (Boston to Barnstaple is 346 miles.)

Over 30 miles of the Tarka Trail is also available to cyclists and/or walkers between Braunton and Meeth, using the old railways of North Devon. Passing through the largely unspoilt countryside as it was described by Henry Williamson in his classic novel ‘Tarka the Otter’ first published in 1927.

The Devon Coast to Coast – Two Moors Way is a long-distance walking route between Ivybridge on the southern edge of Dartmoor and Lynmouth on the North Coast of Exmoor, comprehensively waymarked except on the open moorland sections. It has a total length of 102 miles (163 km), making it an ideal week’s walk. The path to follow this route is only a short distance from us.