Cosy country getaway on Exmoor
Children not allowed
Minimum age of primary renter:18
Max guests:2 (sleeps up to 2 adults)
Lovey cottage, great location
We had a great stay at Stable Cottage. Small but perfectly formed, it had everything we needed for a great stay. Enclosed sunny garden with views over the surrounding farmland. So many stars at night! Lovely walk from the cottage through the surrounding woodland (nice and shady which was great for the dog in hot weather) and a great base for exploring Dunkery and Horner Wood etc, both of which are beautiful.
lovely setting and very friendly neighbours
Know the area well as have competed at Golden Horseshoe Ride many times just my favourite place to be on Exmoor
A beautiful location and a charming little cottage.
We had a lovely stay at Stable Cottage. The cottage is warm and comfortable with everything you need. There is lots to do in the area and the local pub and little shop are especially handy. Thanks for the delicious lemon drizzle cake on our arrival, a really lovely little touch!
Lovely cottage right in the heart of Exmoor. Perfect size for 2, perfect location for walking.
Pretty much a faultless holiday cottage. So clean and tidy when we arrived, complimentary eggs and a delicious cake too! Had everything you need to cook meals in the kitchen including pans, cooker, oven and tea and coffee too.
Seamless arrival and exit made it really easy to arrive Friday evening.
Right next to a lot of awesome bridleways and walking routes too.
We had a wonderful time here and thank the owners very much for their lovely cottage.
Adam & Amy
Wheddon Cross is a village on Exmoor based around the crossroads; the roads run from north to south between Minehead and Dulverton, and east to west between Taunton and North Devon. The village is argued to be the highest on Exmoor and the highest point on Exmoor, Dunkery Beacon, which is 1704 feet above sea level, is the focal point of the village.
In recent years the village has become famous for the abundance of snowdrops in the nearby valley which has become known as 'Snowdrop Valley'. The snowdrops bloom around February and a park and ride system operates from the village to enable visitors easy access to the "carpet of snowdrops".
Wheddon Cross is surrounded by beautiful countryside; open moorland, wooded valleys and farmland. An abundance of wildlife can often be seen, including Exmoor ponies and red deer. There are a number of great walks along marked footpaths and bridleways, including the famous Coleridge Way which passes by.
Exmoor is often referred to as England's best kept secret, it's a wonderful holiday destination for anyone looking for a holiday in the great outdoors! There's so much to see and do, from short walks to long expeditions across the moors or horse riding, taking in a safari or sight-seeing at your own pace around the 'picture postcard' villages and hamlets.