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Holiday Cottages In Exmoor

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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. Gareth

    Verified purchase

    "We had an excellent holiday in February 2015 staying in the lovely S20196. Isabel made us feel very welcome and the basket of goodies on arrival was very much appreciated. The cottage is superb. Through the Kitchen (which has every utensil you could think of - which was very thoughtful), the lounge (which is very comfortable and a great size), to the bedrooms (very comfortable beds and TV's in each room) and bathrooms (finished to a very high standard). We have a 13 month old toddler & we had no issues with the house as we were kindly supplied with a high chair as well as stair gates at the top and bottom of the stairs (Isabel even sent us some toys and books that we left behind - thank you for this). The location of the property was also brilliant and you can easily access (by car) Dunster, Watchet, Minehead & other numerous villages. I can also recommend the Whortleberry Tea Room and The Ship Inn who provided excellent customer service and food. Overall we had a top holiday and I highly recommend a stay at S20196 for a relaxing and enjoyable holiday in Somerset."
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  2. Kim

    Verified purchase

    "S19211 is cosy, well-equipped and nicely furnished and in a great location close to shops and restaurants in a picturesque village. We spent three days here without even getting in the car, doing lots of walking and eating locally. There are lots of enchanting and spectacular places to explore.The immediately dog-friendly atmosphere was wonderful - treats, bowls and bags. The only downside is - as might be expected in this kind of property - there is no garden. The courtyard is very small and closed in by high walls, so that our easily confused dog appeared not to realise it was 'outside'. This meant she had to be taken out for dog business first thing and last thing, initially round the block because I didn't find the little field (possibly 'park') until the last day. Some directions in the information pack would be very useful here.If you're looking for a small and reasonably priced place Rock's Cottage comes recommended but I can't say it is ideal for owners of large dogs."
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  3. Anne

    Verified purchase

    "We enjoyed the excellent location of this property as it is so close to restaurants, shops, the railway and the fantastic view of the sea that can be seen from the Churchyard. The cottage is spotlessly clean and the beds were very comfortable. We managed to work the oven without any problems by following them instructions taped inside a cupboard. The cottage was chilly at first as the storage heaters had been turned off but the very pleasant and helpful caretaker, Gary, who lives nearby showed us where to find an electric heater so all was well. (The storage heaters worked from the next day onwards.) The shower was tricky in that it took a while to work out the best setting for flow and to maintain temperature. The furniture in the very small courtyard was wrapped up for winter while we were there."
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  4. Mark

    Verified purchase

    "Booked this up at the last minute.It's a lovely cottage in nice grounds and was well equipped.It was spotlessly clean even though they allow dogs but we wouldn't have even known.It's deceptively spacious and has a great walk in shower.A basket of logs was left for us for the fire but it's a warm cottage anyway.We just turned the heating down and lit it! The owners live next door but are not obtrusive at all and are really friendly.The cottage is probably 5-10 minutes drive up the lanes from the A39 but it's within easy reach of Watchet,Dunster and Exmoor NP.It's a pity the little pub at Kilve has closed as they did great broth and the beach there with it's unusual rock formation when the tide is out is superb! Will definitely return to this cottage."
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  5. Jo

    Verified purchase

    "We had a great time at S20280. Lovely place, with the donkeys, horses, chickens and great pub 20 mins walk away. The owners were lovely and we had a very pleasant couple of days there over Easter. The cottage was very well stocked with all the basics, and we enjoyed lighting the wood burner. We also bought some lovely fresh eggs.The only thing I would say was that I imagined the cottage would be set apart from the owners' house as the photos don't show that it is right next to it. This is no reflection on the owners or the lovely cottage - I was just worried that our puppy's barking might disturb them, which meant that I couldn't relax 100% as I was always trying to keep her quiet!"
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