Holiday Cottages In Exmoor To Rent
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Our Exmoor holiday cottages put you right in the thick of the wilderness; surrounded not only by the largest amount wild Red Deer in England, but the UK’s highest trees, biggest cliffs, and tallest tides. For a particularly spectacular view, we suggest heading to up the funicular to the Cliff Top Cafe in Lynton, where you can enjoy a scone by the sea, before heading back to your Exmoor holiday cottage for an evening of pure south-coast relaxation.
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Red Deer Cottage
The Old Chapel
The Grange - UKC3897
The Foxes Larder
LANCELOT - 29566
The Old Bakery
The Old Sweet Shop - UKC3164
The Linhay - UK10421
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What our customers are saying about our Holiday Cottages In Exmoor To Rent.
Peter - verified booking
"This is a very clean and well equipped lodge, with lovely sized bedrooms and best ever ensuites I've stayed in, only fault here though is baths are large and high sided, stepping in or out with no hand rail is a potential hazard.The heating system is underfloor, which unfortunately was not working correctly therefore very hot lounge area and cold bedrooms, (this was ok for my taste but may cause problems for others).Outside has a very nice decking area, but sun unable to reach due to height of conifers next to lodge, but owls make up for this, Hooting most nights.Pine needles cover decking and constantly walked in so be prepared to hoover regularly.Lodge is on a working farm as stated so surroundings not wonderful, concrete barns.If peace and quiet is all you require, barring sheep, pheasents and owls, its wonderful.Be prepared to navigate narrow lanes to venture out."
Janet - verified booking
"The setting of this accommodation is amazing, the views are lovely and the sun rises right through the front window making it a pleasure to “rise and shine”. It is small with some limitations on equipment so visitors need to accept that it is a bit like camping - little storage, no oven, no proper fridge and no TV. Also there are animals nearby so some country smells and flies although they weren’t so bad during my stay despite the hot weather. The bed was comfy, it was very clean and came with all the other bits and pieces one needs for self catering. It would certainly suit a couple who like to eat out and don’t mind living out of a suitcase. The area and the setting make up for the limitations and its great to see the animals. Peaceful and relaxing for sure."
Andrew - verified booking
"First thoughts on arrival in a rain storm were what have we done...house was cold, tired and worn, no instructions and half the lights had blown....however we found the instructions next day . Caretaker was helpful and sun came out. From that point cottage was perfect despite needing freshning up and needing more showers. We had some lovely family meals, played badminton and had bbq in the lovely garden across the road and had lovely walks with the dog straight from the door. Worth a stay as long as you are aware its an old cottage with creaky floors, strange plumbing, etc but full of character. Wi fi can be hit and miss. By the end of tbe week we were all sorry to leave"
Linda - verified booking
"We thoroughly enjoyed our week at S20286. The cottage was bright airy and very comfortable. The weather was lovely quite a few days, but when it did turn wet the cottage was warm and welcoming. Was a lovely place to return to after a days exploring the local area. Could possible do with more wardrobe space in the main bedroom, we were a party of two and able to use the wardrobe in the twin room but parties of 4 wouldn't have the option. This is only a minor issue and would not diminish the appeal of the cottage.The village pub was only 3-4 min walk and was welcoming. Served food after 7 pm.The shop next door was quite well stocked though we only needed bread and milk."
ROSEMARY - verified booking
"We had a lovely time staying in Primrose Cottage. The location is fabulous, quiet and private, with lovely gardens, swimming pool, games room and tennis court, the owners were also very friendly, and helpful. There is a great village shop in Wheddon Cross, also with petrol pumps, and the local pub serves a fantastic carvery lunch. There are some great places to visit ie Dunster and Castle, Lynmouth, Selworthy, Porlock Weir, Exmoor and Lorna Doone Church and Farm shop and pub. We saw Exmoor ponies and a wild stag on the moors whilst passing Dunkary Beacon, the highest point on Exmoor, and only a few miles from Wheddon Cross, a real bonus!"