Impress your guests and inspire your team with an amazing self catering corporate break at Pitsworthy; this is a far cry from the usual hotel based corporate stay – this is a peaceful haven tucked away in a secluded Exmoor valley, surrounded by staggeringly beautiful countryside where red deer roam free, pheasants peck and squirrels scamper. 6 bedrooms sleep up to 13 guests, there’s a well equipped games room for relaxation and in the garden, a wood fired hot tub and outdoor kitchen.
If catering is an issue, well, the good news is there’s a very accomplished caterer on site who can cook for the duration of your stay, or create a one-off feast, serve you a scrumptious cream tea, champagne and canapes, or even pack a picnic for you to take on a walk within the 1,500 acre estate, or for if you decide to venture further afield for the day.
If you do, you must show your guests some of the spectacular sights of Exmoor National Park; we’d suggest the Lorna Doone Valley, Watersmeet, Tarr Steps, and if you have your walking boots, a trek to the summit of Dunkery Beacon, which is the highest point on Exmoor, so you can imagine the views! Also well worth considering are the Valley of Rocks where wild goats live, Selworthy with its chocolate-box thatched cottages set around the pretty village green, sleepy Porlock Weir and the tiny Culbone Church snuggled away on the side of the cliff.
If you’re looking for activities to entertain and amuse, you really don’t have to go far at all because on site you can put your target skills to the test with clay pigeon shooting, or you can have fly fishing tuition on the lake or ponds just along the track – all yours to make use of during your stay. You can take in the wonderful scenery of the estate with a recommended walk on the tracks and trails; take your cameras, have a photography competition because the views are something else and the sight of majestic red deer is not unusual here.
If you fancy something particularly adventurous then get in touch with Exmoor Adventures for the likes of kayaking, mountain biking, archery and tree climbing. For something wildlife inspired how about a North Devon Hawk Walk, an Exmoor Wildlife Safari or, over on the coast at Ilfracombe, a Sea Safari? Take a look at our Things To Do and Extras pages for more ideas. Whatever you choose to do, your guests will be eternally grateful for you giving them the opportunity to spend a few days at Pitsworthy; it’s heaven on earth, this place. Book today!