If you are looking for local accommodation while on your fishing trip, then you need look no further, our lovely 16th century traditional Inn is just a stones throw away from Wimbleball.

 

 

Accommodation

Bed & Breakfast is available throughout the year & being a family run pub you will always receive a very warm welcome, whether on a fishing trip, walking holiday or simply taking a break from the hustle & bustle of modern life to visit the peace & tranquility of Exmoor.

All of our rooms boast idyllic views across the beautiful Exmoor countryside, each spotlessly clean, with en-suite bathroom, you can be assured of a comfortable stay. Our rooms are well presented & offer Tea & coffee making facilities, while being equipped with WiFi & TV with freeview.

 

Bed & Breakfast tariff…

Twin / Double room: £85 per night
Single Occupancy rates:
Twin room £55
Double Room £65
*Each room price includes a Full English breakfast. 

Where we are…

The George Inn  is set amongst the beautiful, rolling countryside of Exmoor in the quiet & friendly village of Brompton Regis, on the Eastern side of the Exmoor national park. We are just a few minutes away from our Fly fishery at Wimbleball lake & within easy reach of the coasts of both North Devon & Somerset.

Fishing Breaks…

Whether you are visiting as a group or individually, fishing for pleasure or in a competition, we would be delighted to look after you. Bespoke fishing offers can be arranged on request or simply choose from our available offers. The George Inn will also be happy to provide pack lunches, flask filling & look after your catch in our freezer. We especially look forward to serving you drinks at the end of your days fishing whilst hearing fishy stories, tactics deployed & of course the size of the biggest trout that got away…

A bit of history…

The George Inn, a traditional 16th Century Free House that was originally named after George I (1660-1727) who was King of England from 1714 until his death. Originally, it had a thatched roof and was slated from thatch in about 1964.