Welcome to our self catering holiday cottages in Exmoor National Park
Our self catering cottages are both spacious and well appointed. Located in the glorious surroundings of Exmoor National Park we offer absolute peace and quiet. However, with good luck and a following wind, we are only a three hour drive away from either London or Birmingham.
The Two Moors Way passes our gate and for the energetic numerous other walks, accessible directly from the cottages, can be explored. Dogs and horses are also welcome; the latter being accommodated on a DIY livery basis. Alternatively you may simply decide to chill out and enjoy the magnificent views and wildlife. A wide variety of moorland birds and mammals such as hares and rabbits, stoats and weasels to say nothing of red deer are regular visitors. Additionally Exmoor ponies are often to be seen grazing on adjoining common land.
If you wish to explore the area, we are within easy reach of the coastal towns of Porlock, Lynton and Lynmouth and close to Lorna Doone country. The pretty town of Dulverton is only a short drive away for shopping and browsing the art galleries.
There is a purpose built playground in front of the cottages as well as a selection of ride-on toys. We also have cots and highchairs available for your use. As a family run business, we guarantee you a warm welcome in any one of our four cottages or in all four if you wish to bring your extended family too, perhaps for a special anniversary celebration. Part of our land has been designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest and you are welcome to explore all of our sixty acres of fields and woodlands.
Wherever possible, we try to promote sustainable tourism here on Exmoor.
For a more detailed map of the area please click here. Full directions are provided under “frequently asked questions”.
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We are designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest because of the marsh land next to the river which has not been cultivated for hundreds of years, making it an ideal spot for many rare plants and wildlife, especially the Heath Fritillary, one of the rarest butterflies in this country. The SSSI extends off into the woodlands which, with the help of Exmoor National Park, we are hoping to manage in a sympathetic manner in order to promote the flora and fauna that populate it. We have rare lichens on some of the older trees and the fallen trunks make great homes for all sorts of creatures.
Take a weekend break from the hustle and bustle or come and stay for a week or two; let Exmoor work its magic on you. Please look at our other pages for more photos and details of all we can offer.