The coastal location and exceptional view from this well presented detached holiday home never fails to please. The light spacious accommodation set within large terraced gardens provides everything for a comfortable and relaxing holiday in a particularly beautiful and tranquil area of Exmoor. A great place for memorable stays with friends and family.
Once the old water mill, this delightful holiday cottage provides character 'upside down' accommodation allowing guests to take full advantage of the glorious views over the surrounding Devonshire countryside. Mill Wheel is located at Wheel Farm, just two miles inland from the seaside village of Combe Martin which sits on Devon's north coast with its Dinosaur and Wildlife Park and popular beach with a great mix of rock pools and sand. Spend your days walking the South West Coastal Path, visiting the many attractions, enjoying lazy days on the beach or simply staying put and making the most of the excellent on-site facilities including an indoor pool, all-weather tennis court and extensive grounds. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
Beautifully presented throughout with a lovely blend of character features and modern conveniences, The Shippen offers spacious self-catering for four guests with three bedrooms on the first floor and open-plan living on the ground floor. Sitting near the popular coastal village of Combe Martin (just two miles) on Devon's stunning coast, guests can enjoy easy access to the many attractions of the area including glorious beaches and Exmoor National Park. Whether you want to get out and about exploring, relax by the sea or stay-put and make the most of the on-site facilities including an indoor swimming pool, sauna and all-weather tennis court, Wheel Farm is an excellent choice for a Devon holiday. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
Sitting just in-land on Devon's north coast, Granary Cottage is just two miles from the coastal village of Combe Martin close to Exmoor's stunning National Park. Perfect for families and friends, this dog-friendly cottage is nicely presented throughout and has the use of excellent on-site facilities including a tennis court, indoor swimming pool and sauna. A great base for exploring Devon's many attractions, walking with country and coastal walks close by and relaxing with lovely beaches for lazy days. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
Perfect for large groups of families and friends sleeping up to twelve guests (five bedrooms + sofa bed), this welcoming farmhouse offers a lovely mix of traditional character and modern-day amenities to ensure a high standard of comfort. With a ground floor bedroom, this dog-friendly retreat is located at Wheel Farm close to Exmoor, nestling amongst Devonshire countryside a short distance from the coast and the seaside village of Combe Martin (two miles away). Spend your days exploring the many attractions of Devon, relaxing on the beach, walking the coastal path and countryside or staying put and making the most of excellent on-site facilities including an indoor pool, tennis court and sauna. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
With a good mix of traditional features and modern conveniences, Dairy offers single level family friendly self-catering close to the coastal village of Combe Martin (just two miles) on North Devon's glorious coastline. Sitting on the edge of Exmoor, on-site facilities include an indoor swimming pool, sauna and all-weather tennis court. Fabulous walking and abundance of attractions. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
With lots of extra special touches, The Garden Cottage is a wonderful bolt-hole for two available to rent from early spring through to November. A beautiful scenic countryside setting and convenient location make this an ideal retreat for exploring the many attractions of Devon (including the coast!), Somerset and even Cornwall.
A fantastic large holiday home sleeping up to fourteen guests sitting in an idyllic position in the Exmoor National Park on an estate of four hundred acres in Somerset. Beautifully presented throughout with lots of extra special touches, this gorgeous retreat is ideal for getting together with friends, family or celebrating a special occassion. Wimbleball Lake is within walking distance and the areas many attractions are within easy reach.
Beautifully presented, this stylish barn conversion provides contemporary accommodation and sits on the edge of the Exmoor National Park in the village of Goodleigh. Within easy reach of Barnstaple, Devon's stunning coastline and the areas many attractions.
Sitting on the edge of the Exmoor National Park, this beautifully presented holiday cottage is an ideal choice for anyone wanting to explore the North Devon Coastline and its stunning sandy beaches with Combe Martin, Croyde and Woolacombe (amongst others) within easy reach.
A charming retreat nicely tucked away from the road sitting in a walled garden, just a short stroll from Dunster's high street with its great restaurants, shops and pubs. A perfect base from which to explore Somerset and Exmoor's stunning national park and its many attractions.
Nicely tucked away in a quiet position close to the church, this traditional cosy dog friendly cottage has the many amenities of Porlock (including pubs and shops) on the doorstep and is less than a mile from the sea. A great base for exploring Exmoor's attractions with superb country and coastal walks.
Beautifully presented yet comfy throughout, Fern Cottage is a superb choice for those who enjoy the great outdoors with fantastic opportunities for walking and cycling on the doorstep. Nestling amongst the beauty of the Exmoor National Park the cottage is one of five sitting on the Devon/Somerset borders with an abundance of attractions within easy reach as well as country pubs. Simonsbath is just three miles away.
Sitting on the borders of Devon and Somerset, this home from home provides self-catering ideal for families who want to explore the areas many attractions. An idyllic tranquil setting within the boundaries of the Exmoor National Park with superb walking and cycling on the doorstep, as well as a good array of country pubs to visit and plenty of peace and quiet.
Beautifully presented, this welcoming holiday cottage sits in an idyllic position in Porlock within the Exmoor National Park in Somerset. Porlock beach is within walking distance, as are the many amenities of Porlock village (including pubs and restaurants). Lovely moorland, riverside and coastal walks from the front door and a host of attractions for all ages.
Perfectly placed in the Somerset village of Porlock, this holiday apartment just for two provides the ideal place for couples to enjoy a relaxing break and discover the many attractions of West Somerset and Exmoor National Park. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
Comfy and homely, Dove Cottage is perfect for couples who want to enjoy some peace and tranquility amongst the natural beauty of the Exmoor National Park. Sitting on the Somerset/Devon borders you can enjoy the many attractions of both counties as well as superb walking, cycling and a good choice of country pubs.
A homely comfortable retreat for two (or singles) ideally located close to the Heritage coast in the Exmoor National Park near to Lynton and Lynmouth with their pubs, restaurants and beaches. Perfect for walkers and those who want to visit the areas many attractions.
A charming cosy farm cottage in the Somerset village of West Luccombe just a mile from Porlock and six miles from the popular seaside resort of Minehead. A great base for exploring the coast and many attractions of Somerset and the Exmoor National Park. Experience a taste of farm life!
Full of Victorian country charm, this large elegant holiday house is the perfect venue for a large gathering of friends and family and sleeps up to twenty two guests in ten bedrooms with large gardens and sea views. Sitting in Exmoor's stunning National Park, The Lynhurst is perched in an elevated position just a short distance from Lynton and Lynmouth and affords views over the North Devon coastline.
A National Park since 1954, this upland area is home to some of the best wildlife to be seen in the British Isles. With moorland, woodland, a vast coastline with some of the highest cliffs in England and flowing rivers, the wildlife in this area is plentiful and diverse. With an ‘Environmentally Sensitive Area’ and ‘Sites of Special Scientific Interest’, flora and fauna enthusiasts will be in their element.
A place for both peaceful recreation and invigorating activities, Exmoor boasts a truly beautiful backdrop for relaxing walks, hikes and horse rides, as well as golf courses and exhilarating mountain bike routes such as the Tarka Trail between Braunton and Meeth. When you’ve had enough exercise, there are many pretty villages dotted all over the area to stop at and explore with plenty of good old fashioned traditional inns to enjoy a pint!
The sporting activities don’t end on dry land. The long stretch of beautiful coastline makes Exmoor a great location for water sports such as sailing, kayaking and windsurfing. For those who want to take it at a slower pace, there are a variety of scenic freshwater and saltwater fishing spots.
For the history-seekers, Exmoor is home to a number of fascinating buildings that are well worth a visit, such as the peaceful Cleeve Abbey near Washford, or the intriguing gothic mansion at Knightshayes Court in Tiverton. The national park also has plenty of attractions to keep the younger ones happy on holiday, along with your four legged friends with miles of wonderful walks and plenty of great dog-friendly days out.
A great location to truly get away from it all and relax in beautiful surroundings.