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- Danteontour, May 2018 - verified booking
"Limecombe Cottage, Near Simonsbath Somerset. This cottage is located about a mile North West of Simonsbath in Somerset, close to the Devon boarder. Located more specifically in the ‘Exmoor Forest Estates’ in Exmoor it is described by the owners as the most ‘remote and unspoilt’ location and we could only agree, Perfect!!!. Almost self contained (by way of amenities) we think you’ll enjoy this location, we did, our age range was 2 to 70+ years and three dogs (by arrangement). Access to the cottage is through a working farm which had two different type of sheep and two different types of cattle. (The details of which was contained in the informative visitor book).The cottage itself is set in its own grounds, which I guess to be about an acre+ of natural hillside (all fenced off). Some of which is mowed so you can enjoy the outside furniture with ease. The views give you a little insight to what was right on your door step, Exmoor. There is a gate off towards a stream down a steepish path but we found crayfish, frog/toad spawn and small fish, even this high up in the hillside. (Smaller children will need to be supervised). If you wondered a little further on and up the hill opposite, and remembering your on a working farm you may be lucky enough to spot some Deer in those top fields too. The cottage has five bedrooms each en-suit with quality towels and hairdryers in each room, we all found the beds very comfortable with crisp white bedding. The ‘wing’ bedrooms had lovely showers and the upstairs bedroom had a large bath to sink into. Incidently we always had plenty of hot water. Extra bedding was stored in the airing cupboard, just in case it was chilly (but we didn’t need it the cottage was warm and comfortable). The bedrooms themselves were decorated in neutral colours with storage and bedside units and lighting to compliment the environment. (See the floor plan to see the layout in more detail, and note that two bedrooms can be made up so that the beds become Kingsize beds, as per your requirement). The sitting room has digital TV, DVD player, games and books and the seating, the wood burner for that cosy warm evening. Initial fuel is free but extra logs can be purchased and paid for in the honesty box. The kitchen/refectory can easily cope with a full house of people. We found it to be well equipped with lots of plates, bowls, cups, glasses, knives and forks etc. Frying pans, saucepans all there. The kitchen had a two gas ovens and hob, dishwasher (very handy) and washing machine and 80/20 fridge freezer. Plenty of storage for food too. An extra fridge was located in the outhouse/drying room with a tumble dryer, the drying room is also a good storage area for bicycles if you bring them, which incidentally had a supply of disposable Bar-B-Ques again at an extra cost paid for via the honesty box. Outside on the south facing garden area had three picnic benches, just perfect to gather around and enjoy the fresh air and utter peace, the front area had a bench too just in case you wanted to enjoy a different idyllic view. In summary, this cottage is clean, well presented, warm and comfortable and equipped to suit most needs but if all else fails the housekeeper is always a phone call away to help, which would be quite rare I feel given that most things are available and easily straight forward. Whilst this is just one opinion the visitor book was full of praise and positivity. Top tips: We had Tesco deliver our food but I met them on the road down by the farm (use the farms post code), our driver admitted he would have never found the cottage without help. There is no mobile signal at the cottage or in the village, drive up on the moor for signal but the cottage does have a landline phone for emergencies I guess, sensible reassurance. If your new to the area there are the obligatory information leaflets and some discount vouchers BUT the cottage does have a few maps to seek out those areas off the beaten track walks etc. if you haven’t down loaded the O/S maps to your phone for the area. Whilst I’m not allowed to add websites I know the cottage is on the very well know video channel under the title Limecombe Cottage, if that doesn’t wet the appetite not much will. Enjoy. As ever if this was helpful please hit the thumbs up. Thank you."
Valerie - verified booking
"We found the cottage to be clean, comfortable and very well located. The kitchen and particularly the bathrooms could do with some updating but were still fine to use. Parking is an issue as street spaces are limited and quickly taken by residents and tourists alike. We managed to find spaces most days but a couple of times had to use the car park and pay for overnight parking. However all these things are generally offset by the lovely location and the village of Dunster. Our only complaint was that I had advised the owners of our arrival as instructed, but the caretaker/cleaner arrived shortly after our arrival surprised we were already there as she had arranged for a gas inspection of the boiler, but this did not take place! A little while later a neighbour arrived with a builder to look at some work that needed doing, so my suggestion to the owners is to use the times the cottage is vacant to see to these tasks!"
Emma - verified booking
"We had an absolutely wonderful holiday at Bank End Cottage.The bungalow is spacious, well equipped and in a superb location. Everything is provided - from towels to all cleaning products, cooler bags, picnic items etc. Very thoughtful of the owners.There are numerous walks direct from the cottage, you simply turn left up the lane (a no-through lane) and within five minutes you have the choice of Exmoor, ancient woodland or pine forests to explore. We walked for miles in simply stunning scenery - perfect for our three dogs.There are plenty of local attractions to visit - just a short drive away.Bossington was a very pretty village with a stony beach (we had the beach to ourselves), we then walked to Porlock and Porlock Weir. The children loved playing on the beach and in the woodland above Porlock Weir.An excellent holiday in an excellent location with a very warm and cosy cottage as a base."
Previous guest - verified booking
"Fabulous property, only drawback is perhaps the fifteen steps leading up to it! This is mentioned in the property description so you do know before you go and it doesn’t in any way detract from the overall quality of the property. It is exceptionally clean with everything you could possible need for a quiet and relaxing stay. The garden is delightful with many sitting out areas and is peaceful and secluded. A few minutes walk from the property and you are in the woods which makes it perfect if you have a dog. Also the utility room is great for dogs or wet clothes should you be unfortunate enough to experience bad weather. We didn’t and had a wonderful holiday. The beach is a short drive away, as are all the amenities you need. The owners were very helpful and welcoming and I certainly hope to stay there again in the future. May 2012."
Mr and Mrs Rawlings - verified booking
"This was a fantastic bungalow, so cosy and welcoming. Everything was spotlessly clean, especially the white cotton sheets, and duvet covers. We have never stayed anywhere so well equipped. so much in the kitchen, and in the two bathrooms, with plenty of shampoo, loo roll etc, and masses of cleaning equipment. There was a lovely three tiered garden, and the setting was semi-rural, with Minehead only being one and a half miles away.The only issue we had was that in the photo, you could not see there were 15 steep steps up to the property. My husband had a knee replacement in June, so found these steps very trying, and painful. Also, one of our dogs is now 12, and he really struggled with the steps, and we had to keep helping him in up and down.Apart from that, we could not fault the property and setting at all."