The Ramblings sits in an elevated position with lovely views across the valley to the River Exe within Exmoor National Park. Bridgetown is famous for its very picturesque village cricket ground, and wonderful opportunities for walking and riding on Exmoor. The Ramblings is a cosy two-bedroomed cottage in the Bridgetown, ideally suited to couples or small families looking for an Exmoor get-away. It's just a few minutes on foot to the village pub and enjoys views across to the River Exe and woodland beyond.
Sleeps up to 4 guests
Spacious sitting room with wood-burning stove
The master bedroom has a double bed
Second bedroom has a single bed, with pull-out trundle bed
Upstairs bathroom with shower over the bath
Kitchen with dishwasher and washing machine
Patio with picnic table to the side of the cottage
Store to the rear, ideal for securely storing bikes or outdoor equipment
Summerhouse situated on the rear elevated patio area
Wifi, heating and electricity is included
Towels and bed linen provided
Dog welcome (1 max) for supplement of £15
Garden/patio areas are enclosed
Arrive from 4pm
Depart by 10 am
The property is fitted with electric heating throughout, plus wood burning stove in the sitting room. Some logs and kindling will be provided to get you started in the cooler months, and further logs can be purchased locally.
The kitchen is fitted with a cooker and hob, dishwasher, washing machine (under the stairs), a range of cookware, crockery, cutlery and glasses. There is a small table in the kitchen with three chairs.
There is a patio/walkway along the front of the cottage and a table and chairs for two in front of the kitchen window. Steps lead up to a larger patio area with picnic table at the side. Further steps lead up to a summerhouse which is available for guests to use as a quiet place read or relax if they would like, with a table and chairs, and fold-up loungers which can be used outside also.
One dog is welcome by prior arrangement and upon payment of supplement of £15. Please do not allow your dog upstairs and so not leave him/her alone in the property at any time.
Please note, this property is accessed via steep stone steps (with hand rail) from the car parking area. We suggest it's not suitable for anyone with mobility issues or young children. The steps have a gate at the top, and there are further steps within the terraced levels of the garden.
There is a car parking space for 1 car.