. . . a haven of inspiration on Exmoor
Viewing Hours Tuesday to Saturday 10am - 5pm
Seven Fables is honoured to represent some of the finest, most skilled professional artists, writers and makers that are currently creating in the UK today.
Deliveries of delight are always arriving and the best way to select and choose an item for your home is of course in person. We understand that this is not possible for everyone, so a selection is featured here on our website.
We are the principal UK outlet representing renowned artist & author Jackie Morris, winner of The CILIP 2019 Kate Greenaway Medal for The Lost Words created in partnership with Robert Macfarlane.
To discover originals and prints that are currently available to purchase view here
A selection of her work is displayed in the gallery but do book ahead if there are specific pieces you wish to view in person.
Storytelling has always been part of our lives. We delight in curating the book selection at Seven Fables and the response from our customers is always very positive!
We stock a range of books in keeping with our ethos which is a love of nature, art, poetry and fairy tale.
We are always happy to offer advise on your purchase. New books arrive fresh from the publisher's press daily - some signed which will make your gift that little extra special.
If you love reading and enjoy walking then this could be just the book club you have been seeking. . .
Seven Fables is ideally situated to take advantage of the many beautiful woodland & riverside footpaths that are within strides of our doorstep.
Our next walk is on Saturday 9th July and we are reading Drift by Caryl Lewis -
We regularly welcome artists and authors to Seven Fables. Writer Davina Quinlivan recently joined our Walking Book Club.
In August, Christopher Jelley, poet in residence at Seven Fables will will be leading a writing workshop in Dunster Deer Park, more details here
The Seven Fables newsletter will keep you informed of future events, so do subscribe if you would like to join like minded 'Fable Folk.'