Exmoor locals snap up chalet-style inn

20 April 2006
Exmoor locals snap up chalet-style inn

The Hunters' Inn in Parracombe, Devon, has been bought by local businessman David Orton and his wife Debra.

The chalet-style inn, which dates back to 1896, occupies three acres of mature gardens in Exmoor's Heddan Valley, where it borders on National Trust land.

The property has eight bedrooms, a private lounge for residents, and a dining area (the Dickens Room) serving breakfast, lunch and a la carte dinners. Snacks are also served in the bar.

The Plymouth office of Colliers Robert Barry sold the freehold off an asking price of £895,000 on behalf of Stuart and Marian Crocker.

By Angela Frewin

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