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From snug thatched cottages to a lighthouse perched high on the wild coastline, we have a great selection of holiday accommodation to choose from.
A snug one-bedroom English country cottage in the village of Selworthy with views over Exmoor.
Topped with a thatched roof, bordered by perfectly pruned gardens and encompassed by rolling countryside; Ivy’s is the epitome of an English country cottage. It sits in the quaint village of Selworthy with far-reaching views over Exmoor. Step inside the one-bedroom cottage to a snug but homely space, where a snuggle by the log-burner is irresistible after a day of hiking the moors.
Old Gateway Cottage
Stay in this charming farmhouse style cottage attached to the 15th-century gatehouse on Holnicote Estate. The cottage’s Grade II listed inglenook fireplace has been preserved, while modern furnishings and a log burner have been added for a comfortable stay. There is an enclosed garden at the front, with a BBQ and outdoor seating – perfect for alfresco dining in the summer.
Lower House is a beautiful part-thatched, part-tiled detached cottage packed with original features. The large five-bedroom cottage boasts latticed windows, log burning stove, a rear and front garden and even a private stream. With enough room for 10 people and three dogs, Lower House is perfect for large families or groups wanting to explore Exmoor and the North Somerset coast, or if the weather is against you the adjoining games room contains a full size table tennis table and other games.
Troytes is a large, detached farmhouse located on the Holnicote estate. Perfect for large groups, the holiday home benefits from a log burning stove, large garden and distant sea views. You’ll be on the fringes of Exmoor on the beautiful Holnicote estate, where miles of footpaths unfold.
Snuggle by the log-burner in this cosy cob and thatch cottage. Sitting on the fringes of Exmoor, on the Holnicote Estate, it’s the perfect place to recuperate after a long day hiking on the moors. It has all the quirks and comforts of a traditional country cottage with exposed beams and low ceilings, but uniquely it’s built into the east end of the 15th-century Tivington Chapel-of-Ease.
Combe Park Lodge
This detached and pretty Edwardian lodge is a real gem nestled between the beautiful coastal resort of Lynmouth and the romance of Exmoor as epitomised by the author R D Blackmore in his novel ‘Lorna Doone’. With its own private garden, this beautiful cottage is ideal for couples, families and walkers alike.
Countisbury Hill Cottage
For a country escape close to the coast, Countisbury Hill Cottage can offer just that. It sits in the remote hamlet of Countisbury, next to the coast road leading down to Lynmouth. The traditional stone and slate cottage plays host to a homely two-bedroom nook with low ceilings adding to its charm. There’s room for four people and one dog. The large, enclosed garden provides ample space for pup to stretch his legs without escaping.
The Lighthouse Keeper's Cottage
Experience the thrill of living on a cliff-edge in this lighthouse cottage. The actual lighthouse is still operating today, minus the loud foghorn however. The cottage is made up of six bedrooms for large groups and has a balcony area for everyone to congregate and watch the birds fly past.
Near Heddon Valley
Hunter's Inn and Heddon Lodge
A great base for ramblers, beach lovers and sightseers alike, this inn is set in the heart of tranquil ancient woodland, close to the rugged coastline and wild moorland that we care for. Built in 1906, this Arts and Crafts style inn boasts hearty meals and a welcome stop-off for visitors to the tree-lined Heddon Valley and the dramatic countryside beyond.
West Challacombe Cottage
Look out over sweeping vistas of rolling hills and coastal heathland from the windows of this two-bedroom. It sits in a dreamy location high on Holdstone Down, so nothing will come between you and those stunning views.
West Challacombe Manor
Stay in a place of historic significance in this 15th-century small Manor. Each room unveils remarkable historic features but the pièce de resistance is the oak hammer beam ceiling in the Great Hall that dates from 1485. You’ll find three charming bedrooms and other intriguing rooms such as a scullery and a dairy, all carefully restored to retain its special character.