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Where lush countryside melts into turquoise sea and red deer speckle the landscape in quiet herds, Exmoor is without doubt one of the UK’s most picturesque holiday destinations, hiding some of the loveliest Exmoor holiday cottages within its beautiful borders. And with both International Dark Sky Reserve and National Park status, it’s a field day for holiday-makers after the UK’s sparkliest skies and best-kept attractions.

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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Holiday Cottages In Exmoor

More Exmoor Cottages

Where lush countryside melts into turquoise sea and red deer speckle the landscape in quiet herds, Exmoor is without doubt one of the UK’s most picturesque holiday destinations, hiding some of the loveliest Exmoor holiday cottages within its beautiful borders. And with both International Dark Sky Reserve and National Park status, it’s a field day for holiday-makers after the UK’s sparkliest skies and best-kept attractions.

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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What our customers are saying about our holiday cottages in exmoor.

  1. Hannah

    Verified purchase

    "The location of the cottage was what swung the decision for us. It was close to all the places we wanted to go to in North Devon. As we drove up to the cottage, you pass an unsightly "dump" or "Not a dump" as the sign said. When you drive down the track to the house, be careful of your car - the pot holes are treacherous. The cottage itself is a beautiful conversion with quite frankly breathe taking views over the sea from the windows. It has been well fitted, has a well equipped kitchen, nice sized rooms and bathroom. The conversion was obviously done well. However, it was let down by the state in which it was left. While the floors and worktops were clean, the other surfaces were so covered in dust my children ended up using them to draw dust pictures! We mentioned it to the owner, and he blamed first the rust from the window frames, then the working farm. He then asked if it was a problem? Well, no. It's not going to kill us, but you don't pay the best part of three months rent for five days to feel as though you need to clean! This is also not a cottage to stay in if you're not a friend of creatures with 8 legs! Spiders, spiders everywhere - again because the ceilings and walls hadn't seen a duster in goodness knows how long. We're not picky or allergy sufferers, but we were sneezing by the end of the week, and not from having caught colds. We were told there was a BBQ area to use outside. This turned out to be only accessible by climbing over three huge heaps of sticks and twigs, and when we found the BBQ it was a metal rack leaning on a wall propped up by a pile of stones. This was the only vaguely BBQ shaped item I could find. We didn't want to sit outside anyway, as it just wasn't a nicely kept outdoor space. It's a shame, as with a little TLC and care, this cottage would be an absolutely beautiful place to stay. Fix the drive, fix the garden and give it a deep clean and some nice new bedding. Then it would be perfect. Sorry to sound so picky, but like I said, when you pay that much money you don't expect to feel as though you need to clean and repair the place! None of this spoilt our otherwise lovely holiday. We used the cottage as a place to rest our heads when we weren't exploring. The location in North Devon is close to the towns of Lynton and Lynmouth both of which are stunningly beautiful. We were a drive away from Croyde Bay and Saunton Sands, Ilfracombe and Woolacombe, Combe Martin our favourite place and all the wonders of Exmoor on our doorstep. North Devon is truly a beautiful place, and we would definitely come back - just not to S19198. "
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  2. Ray

    Verified purchase

    "S19198 is a nice upstairs apartment in a converted barn.It is reasonably well equiped but could do with a vacuum cleaner.It's not the cleanest place I've stopped in (eg cobwebs etc) but is far from the dirtiest. Furniture and bed are reasonably comfortable - in general its a nice enough place with an amazing shower.Unfortunately its not the best place in the world if you have mobility problems. There are numerous walks from there but up and down steep hills which are very muddy if the weathers isn't brilliant.There is a decent enough pub within walking distance but again its down a steep hill so if you want a drink without driving it can be difficult and the nearest shop is some distance away.It's an ideal place for ramblers and tourists but not good for people with limited mobility.In general its a nice enough place and I wouldn't want to put people off - just think about your needs. You need to travel some distance to see areas of interest but when there the sights are lovely and its a good base for this.The owners (Pete and his mother) are there for you and will ensure you feel looked after.Take it easy when driving into the grounds because its not the best driveway in the world and could damage your car if you're not careful."
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  3. rob

    Verified purchase

    "A great location, and the basic building was very charming, but let down by the lack of cleanliness and the outdated scruffy furniture which was in a poor state (big rip in sofa). I appreciate that some people might find this quality of accommodation OK because their standards are different (and some of the comments in the visitor book seem to support that), but my own standards and tastes lead me to expect something better. I suppose it's all down to personal taste. Electrical PAT testing was 15 months out of date on kettle according to label. Video remote control was not compatible with the VDU unit and made it extremely difficult to operate. Two of the kitchen lights not working. The caretaker/owner Peter was very helpful and polite, but that doesn't excuse a lack of basic checks that should be carried out by any cottage owner who is letting, and correcting any problems before a letting starts. One shouldn't have to complain about things like this, either to the owner at the time, or in a review."
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  4. Catherine

    Verified purchase

    "The cottage is classed as four star but it clearly isn't. We were told not to arrive before 4 and the cottage wasn't quite ready . On the kitchen table were 3 small jars of tea, coffee and sugar . The sugar had been there along time as it was a solid mass and the coffee was a solid mass and black . There was a stain on the rug where a dog had either been sick or had a wee . The cottage had a smell as soon as we walked in . The dvd player wasn't even set up . The cottage needed a really good clean . We have stopped in other properties with our dogs and they haven't smelled . Other properties have had welcome packs varying from wine ,flowers, biscuits, scones,Welsh cakes . I would have expected a four star rating to do this . We were in what we thought was a cottage but it had people above us which we didn't expect ."
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  5. Jane

    Verified purchase

    "Lovely location and very helpful owners. It was a great little cottage with good exercise space for our 2 Springers which meant we could give them a good run before going out in the car for the day. However, the Property would benefit from having a few girlie bits about i.e. small dressing table in bedroom instead of a zed bed so you can dry your hair and do your make up in front of a mirror (extension lead would be useful too) and a corner shelf in the bathroom for keeping a few bits like toothpaste and toiletries on. We live in a 16th century thatched cottage so are very used to making the most out of odd little spaces!! Overall a very restful week and the dogs just loved all the different beaches we visited. Great shopping in Taunton for wet days."
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