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Dunkery View lies in a peaceful rural location at the foot of Dunkery Hill on the edge of the charming village of Wootton Courtenay and enjoys sweeping all round views of Exmoor. The village shop is a short walk away and numerous stunning walks over the moors and through woodlands are literally on the doorstep.
This attractive apartment is laid out over two floors and is comprised of a large bedroom with superking-sized bed, well equipped kitchen, spacious sitting/dining room, shower room with large shower plus the added benefit of a drying/boot room for your walking footwear and outer garments. A private garden is adjacent to the property from which you can enjoy the dark sky delights of Exmoor and see the Milky Way on clear moonless nights.
Mountain biking and horse riding are ideal ways to see all that Exmoor has to offer, but you don’t have to be energetic to get the most out of this beautiful area of the country. Take a trip by steam train on the longest privately owned railway in the country. Visit the many properties owned by the National Trust in the area, including Dunster Castle, the Holnicote Estate, Coleridge Cottage, Arlington Court and Knightshayes Court and don’t forget all those wonderful tea gardens, pubs and restaurants.
This self-catering apartment is situated in a beautiful part of the Exmoor National Park and is in an ideal location from which to explore the extraordinary beauty and variety of the Exmoor landscape. Become acquainted with the stunning coastline between Minehead and Combe Martin, where Exmoor dives steeply into the sea; the brooding, wild, open moorland areas of Dunkery Hill, Winsford Hill and Brendon Common; the beautiful and ancient oak woodlands at Cloutsham; the historic clapper bridge at Tarr Steps, and the packhorse bridges at Allerford and Dunster and of course the chocolate box villages of Dunster, Winsford, Allerford, Selworthy, Bossington and Oare. Sometimes you can watch Red Deer on Exmoor from the comfort of the apartment or, better still take a short walk and view them at closer quarters. In the autumn we often hear the stags rutting; all year round hardy Exmoor Ponies can be seen on the moor and majestic buzzards wheeling above you.
Wootton Courtenay benefits from a local shop, which is just a short walk away. Please support our village by making use of the Villagers' Store. Minehead is the nearest town, approximately 4 miles away. Here you will find the larger supermarkets and petrol stations (Tesco and Morrison's are both situated on the outskirts of the town and have longer opening hours), most major high street banks with cash machines, plus a range of other shops throughout the town.
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