Contact Us

The best way to make a booking is by phone. You can call us between 9am and 6pm daily on 01398 323559.

As a busy working farm and riding centre we are in and out of the house all day so we might not always get to your call in time. If you leave a message on our answer phone please remember to include your name and number. We always return every call as soon as is practically possible.

If you prefer, you can email us directly at - Alternatively please use the contact form on the right, providing as much information as possible - or print out and return a cottage booking form, following the links below. We aim to respond within 2 working days. 

Cottage Holiday Booking Form (pdf)

Higher Chilcott Farm

Pine Lodge Riding on Exmoor at Higher Chilcott Farm 

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How to find us

Higher Chilcott Farm is 5 minutes drive away from the picturesque town of Dulverton which is situated 15 miles north of Tiverton on the A396.

To get to Pine Lodge from Dulverton, drive to the middle of the town, take the road that runs down beside the Post Office, following the signs for Exford along the road beside the river. After 1 mile take the left fork, across Marsh Bridge up a steep hill which is signposted to Hawkridge. After 1½ miles, you will pass Scatterbrook Farm on your right. Take the next left (no through road), following the telegraph poles down to Higher Chilcott Farm which is the first farm on your left (approx ¼ mile).


Pine Lodge Riding on Exmoor
Higher Chilcott Farm
Dulverton, Somerset
TA22 9QQ   Tel: 01398 323559

Follow us on Facebook and Instagram

You can see some more photos of our horses and the farm on our Facebook business page and Instagram page.

If you're already a fan of Pine Lodge and have been riding or staying with us for a long time then we also have a Facebook group for our friends where you can share photos and memories of your time spent on Exmoor.