Byre Cottage, Dulverton

Exmoor. Sleeps up to 2

Byre Cottage, near Dulverton, is a spacious property for 2 situated within the stunning Somerset countryside of Exmoor National Park. This one bedroom cottage is perfect for couples looking to take a break and has an adjoining garden which enjoys views over the surrounding Exmoor hills and Barle valley. It is a privately owned cottage and situated on a no through road. Sleeps 2 guests One bedroom with king-size double bed En-suite shower room plus separate bathroom Open-plan living area with dining table Well-equipped kitchen Private garden with summer house Plus patio area with outside table and chairs Bed linen and towels are provided Wifi, heating and electricity is included Dogs welcome (2 max) for supplement of £10 per dog Arrive from 4 pm Depart by 10 am Byre Cottage provides an ideal base for couples looking for a quiet getaway; the established neighbouring farm land provides habitat for red deer, hares and Exmoor ponies along with diverse flora and fauna. The historic market town of Dulverton is just over two miles away and is stocked with some of the finest local produce, independent stores, bakery, butchers and dining options from cafés, pubs and licensed restaurants. Whether you would just like to sit, read and spend time taking in the stunning views Exmoor National Park offers, or wishing to walk, the cottage welcomes you, muddy boots and up to two well-behaved dogs. Byre Cottage ensures a getaway as unique and active as guests wish. Walk from the doorstep to Tarr Steps, arrange a horse ride across the open moor, Stand Up Paddleboard at Wimbleball Lake or head further afield to sandy beaches on the North Devon coast. After sunset, look up to see the amazing display of stars – Exmoor was the first National Park in Europe to be designated as a dark skies reserve.

Weekly price from £175

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