Holiday Cottages in the Heart of the Exmoor National Park
“A secluded Georgian Country House offering Self Catering cottages
in the Heart of Exmoor National Park”
Situated in our own private valley beneath Dunkery Beacon between Exford and Wheddon Cross.
“A Peaceful Haven in the Heart of Exmoor”
If you are visiting Exmoor why not choose Cutthorne as your base. The farm lies in one of the most beautiful parts of the Moor, come and enjoy peace and tranquility and enjoy the farm and its animals. The towns of Dulverton and Dunster are within a 20 minute drive, as are the land marks of Tarr Steps and Dunkery Beacon. Trek or cycle the network of bridle paths which criss-cross the rugged moorland, look out for the red deer and Exmoor ponies, or choose a bracing walk along the stunning coast path or along the pretty river valleys before returning to Cutthorne for a hot bath and a comfortable chair.
It’s late spring on Exmoor, and the days are lengthening. After a relatively dry Winter so far walking is a real pleasure and you will often have the moorland and river valley trails all to yourself, and the local wildlife. We have just enjoyed hosting both 2 and 4 footed guests for the Golden Horse Shoe endurance riding event and are now looking forward to the Exmoor Pony Festival and Iron Man events later in the summer, not to mention the Flying Scotsman’s visit to the West Somerset Railway in early September.
So come down and see us on Exmoor, please check out the new cottage pages for full details of availability and prices. We are open throughout the Summer, with some breaks still available over the main Summer holiday period, or come down in September and enjoy the early autumn colours.
In keeping with our green credentials we are delighted to have been awarded Trip Advisor’s Silver Award in their Greenleaders scheme, promoting environmental responsibility across the Industry.
For the most up to date information on what is happening at Cutthorne please check our Facebook page at the link below.
We look forward to welcoming guests new and old to Exmoor in 2017
Chris and Freya Richards