Tudor Cottage Exmoor bed and breakfast

About Tudor Cottage

The dramatic Exmoor coastlineThe location, we think, verges on the idyllic. Set on the coastal fringe of Exmoor National Park, there is so much to see and do; picture-perfect villages to explore, excellent walking, riding and cycling opportunities, looking for Exmoor ponies and red deer, bird watching, fishing, field sports, museums to visit and many events take place throughout the year.

The dramatic Exmoor coastlineBuilt before Christopher Columbus sailed westwards, Tudor Cottage is a very old house so the floors can be uneven in places, there are a couple of low beams and the rooms are modest in size, but to stay somewhere that was built while the Aztec empire was at its height and has been lived in by generations of country folk – well, let your imagination get in touch with history!

Tudor Cottage bed and breakfast on ExmoorThe house has been gently modernised to bring it into the 21st century without losing its essential character. There is WiFi but we are at the mercy of local broadband speed, which is poor but usually OK for e-mails.

Our peaceful, sun-trap garden has wonderful views across fields to the high moors and the coast. Exmoor is Europe’s first International Dark Sky Reserve so the garden is a great place to sit with a mug of hot chocolate, listen to the owls and indulge in a spot of star-gazing.

The dramatic Exmoor coastline

 

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