Wheddon Cross 1 mile.
This period detached cottage is a mile from the village of Wheddon Cross, in the Exmoor National Park, in North Somerset.
Ideal for countryside lovers, horse riders and families looking for a break from their day-to-day busy life, this charming cottage offers peace and quiet within easy access of the friendly village pub and shop.
The cottage feels warm and cosy and is furnished with some beautiful antiques, in-keeping with the character features, including a large inglenook fireplace and oak beams throughout.
The cosy kitchen with range cooker has an antique pine dresser and dining area, a sociable area for family mealtimes.
The spacious sitting room is a quiet comfy area to relax in front of the woodburner after a day’s walking on Exmoor.
Upstairs are three bedrooms, including a king-size double, a double, plus a single.
Outside, there is a parking space and a lane beside the cottage for walking the dog.
In the immediate vicinity there is a host of walks, cycle paths and horse riding options close by, as the Exmoor National Park provides ample opportunity for countryside pursuits.
Discover beautiful Exmoor, its dark skies, teeming wildlife and stunning ponies from a well-loved village holiday cottage.
Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x double, 1 x single. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with woodburner.
About the location
Dulverton 9.5 miles; Minehead 10 miles; Barnstaple 29 miles.
Wheddon Cross is a small village in the heart of Exmoor National Park, a thriving rural community with village shop, friendly pub and an all-weather court which is available for many sports including tennis, netball and basketball. Nearby is the picturesque village of Exford, situated in the heart of the Exmoor National Park. In a lovely setting by the River Exe, Exford boasts a village green, tea rooms, a shop, Post Office and two traditional inns serving excellent food and drinks. Exford is at the centre of a walkers' paradise with many miles of waymarked paths down the Exe and River Barle valleys and up to the nearby hills, including Dunkery Beacon, the highest point on Exmoor, with outstanding views over 17 counties. Exford is renowned for fishing and riding, with the village hosting a horse show every August. The largest herd of wild red deer in England and Exmoor’s unique wild ponies roam the moors just above and around Exford, as they have done since the time of the Domesday Book. A lovely area to explore on your holiday.