“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’s Self Catering Cottages in the Heart of Exmoor National Park as your base. The farm lies in one of the most beautiful parts of the Moor, it is run as a small holding with sheep, poultry and cut flowers as well as the two cottages. It has been our home for almost 7 years. So do come and enjoy its peace and tranquility. We welcome up to 2 pets in each cottage for a small extra charge. There is normally at least one sheep free field in which to exercise them.
You are free to explore our 24 acres of fields and lakes and meet the animals first hand. The towns of Dulverton and Dunster are within a 20 minute drive, as are the land marks of Tar Steps and Exe Head. Cycle the wide network of bridle paths which criss-cross the rugged moorland, or take on the hill climb challenges on Dunkery Beacon and Porlock Hill. Look out for the red deer and Exmoor ponies, or choose a bracing walk along the stunning coast path or any of the pretty river valleys before returning to Cutthorne for a hot bath and a comfortable chair in front of the wood burner.
Great location and great place – we recommend being up for sunrise as it was like standing in a glorious painting – and all very quiet and cosy.
Chris and Freya were very friendly. Recommended for any who want to step out of the mayhem of modern life for a while and just breathe.
Sam and Cath September 21
Please check out the cottage pages for full details of current availability and prices, and come and enjoy all the National Park has to offer.
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 and also to have retained our AirBnB Super Host status for another year.
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Please stay safe and well and we hope to see you on Exmoor soon
Chris and Freya Richards