Week Cottage is a self-contained part of an historic farmhouse on the edge of Exmoor. The setting is peaceful, off the beaten track, yet very easy to get to.
This is the enclosed side garden with picnic table and fitted barbecue.
Another view of the living space. Wooden shutters ensure the cosiest stay even out of season.
The cottage is so cosy for evenings in or out-of-season, and the garden is ideal for eating al fresco.
The open plan ground floor has a wood-burning stove and so much character.
There is a pretty, enclosed place to sit at the front of the cottage too.
The dining table is tucked in one corner of the room.
This is the bespoke fitted kitchen, perfectly in keeping with the cottage and its atmosphere.
The boot-room creates a spacious entrance hall, where you can sort out boots and dogs before going in to the living-area.
The master bedroom with its antique brass bed is on the first floor, at the top of the turning cottage stairs.
Low window sills and wooden shutters celebrate this wonderful stone cottage.
The bathroom, also on the first floor, offers an original roll-top bath as well as a shower cubicle.
Looking back across the bedroom, to give you the best impression of the space.
There are interesting features throughout the cottage - this is the boot room with its high ceiling.
A little window on the landing looks out over your garden.
This truly is a 'classic' cottage in every sense.
Here is another of the residents at the farmstead.
... and its companion.
Being put through its paces in the training ring.
The cottage nestles to the left-hand side of the farmhouse. This is a wonderful Exmoor setting, where dogs are welcome and walks are wonderful. The garden is just to the left of the cottage.
Come here if you want to switch off from the pressures of daily life. Walking from the doorstep, fresh air, peace and quiet.
The famous Tarr Steps are an iconic Exmoor landmark.
Britain's largest land mammal - the Red Deer - can be found in many parts of Exmoor.  You just have to keep your eyes open!  In late September and October you can listen for the roaring of the stags during the rut.
The beautiful Exmoor scenery is so easy to reach from Week Cottage - you can simply walk up the hill to find some wonderful open space.
This is the lovely picnic spot by the river in Withypool. The shallow water is a great place for dogs to cool off.
Exmoor isn't just a summer destination - think of autumn!  Cosy pubs, leafy walks blazing with colour, the Red Deer roaring.....  Why not?
The native breed Exmoor Ponies (with their 'mealy' muzzle) are historic and endangered and, when you see a foal like this, absolutely adorable!

Week Cottage


3.3 miles N of Dulverton / Sleeps 2 (no children under 18)

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7 Nights from £393

  • 93 Reviews

A fantastic cottage in a fantastic location - and very warm and cosy in some pretty bleak November weather. Everything was beautifully thought-through and the cottage was immaculately restored and equipped, and clearly loved. An abundance of super dry logs AND kindling for the excellent woodburner was a real bonus. A wonderful and peaceful spot - but walkers need to be aware that the lane is steep both up and down from the cottage! ...

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Thanks for your feedback - we hope you had a wonderful stay. We'd love to welcome you back again soon. Julie, Customer Support

An absolutely fantastic week in Exmoor. The cottage is beautiful and in a perfect location. Our hosts were incredibly kind and welcoming and the prosecco and tea tray was a wonderful thought. We will definitely return to this comfortable country escape! ...

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This is one of the nicest places we’ve stayed in. The cottage is very sympathetically decorated and furnished, and big enough for us (a couple plus greyhound.) The heating and appliances worked well. The setting is hilly, rural and quite remote, and very quiet, so you hear streams flowing, birdsong and other natural sounds. There are some pleasant walks on the doorstep, and with a car you have access to nearby villages, pubs, and a shop. The coast isn’t far, we liked Porlock Weir. The owners are friendly and helpful, we had a very enjoyable stay....

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The best ,beautiful , cozy , warm, cottage in Exmoor. Beautiful surroundings, wildlife, walks for miles and miles . Straight up to the moors to see the ponies and lots of birds . Need some good walking boots ??. Stephen and Vanessa are so friendly and helpful, make you feel so welcome....

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