The kitchen is well equipped for making some lovely meals to share togther.
This beautiful traditional Exmoor cottage has a very private enclosed cottage garden.
The sitting-room has a fabulous inglenook fireplace and a door that takes you out to the patio and garden.
The beautifully looked after garden looks out over the top of the village to the stunning views across the valley.
Wimbleball Lake, viewed from Haddon Hill.
Make plans over breakfast.
The main bedroom has a comfy super king bed and views into the garden.
This period cottage has great character and plenty of traditional features. The door to the right leads to the stairs.
Take a seat in the garden to enjoy the view.
The beautiful River Barle winds it's way through parts of Exmoor.  Take a wonderful walk along it's banks to immerse yourself in nature.  See if you can spot a trout!
There is a completely private and sheltered patio and as the cottage is set above the village there are lovely views.
Breakfast in bed anyone?
This is the far reaching view from the bedroom window.
This is the rugged coastline at Porlock  where Exmoor meets the sea.
For guests who prefer a shower, this separate ground floor shower-room is a bonus.
The ground floor bathroom has a lovely roll top bath and a hand held shower.
Both the bedrooms lead off the upstairs hallway.
The twin bedroom also has a lovely view.
Exmoor. A beautiful destination at any time of the year.  Make the most of autumnal mists, sparkling frosts and autumn colour.
Ponies grazing in the hills.
Spend a day exploring the North Somerset coast on the historic  Steam train from Minehead.  Stop off somewhere for an ice-cream and a paddle!
Visit Exmoor and look for the Exmoor pony.  A historic and endangered native breed, they roam freely across the beautiful moorland.

Cleveland Cottage


4.6 miles E of Dulverton / Sleeps 4 + cot*

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  • 54 Reviews

The cottage was amazing from the outside in. Very clean and cosy. Had everything we needed. On arrival there was milk in the fridge and a complimentary tea, coffee, sugar and biscuits package. The kitchen draws were full of every day essentials, including little things like foil, food bags, batteries, light bulbs etc. There were folders full of information on how to use all the equipment including the log fire, and things to do in the area which was very useful. There is a dishwasher, washing machine, fridge and separate freezer as well as a microwave. The rooms are warm and cosy and very homely. There is shower room and separate room with a wonderful freestanding bath, both rooms includes a toilet. Bed linen and towels are provided as well as logs for the fire. We could not fault this cottage, it felt like home and we didn't want to leave. We love the countryside and this cottage embodied everything about how country life should be. We will definitely be booking to stay here again and again. Loved it. Compliments to the housekeeper Shirley who was a lovely lady, who keeps the upkeep of the cottage pristine, and made sure everything was ok with us and if we needed anything. Fantastic cottage, value for money, highly recommend....

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Pretty cottage... slightly isolated location but that was what we were looking for. Perfect for exploring Exmoor. Everything we needed was there.

Cleveland cottage is perfect for a break away from it all. The cottage is warm and cosy and the garden very pretty. We visited Dunster and Minehead and enjoyed a meal at The Anchor Inn. There are shops at Dulverton and Bampton. Exmoor is unspoilt and quiet. I would definitely return....

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A lovely old cottage but so much better when the weather is good. Driving on the narrow roads with potholes was difficult but the small villages were lovely to wander round. There were some interesting shops to see and cafes to have a coffee and cake. We enjoyed returning to Minehead and travelling on the steam train. We had a few meals out at The Anchor Inn which was easier to get to than Dulverton. An interesting area and if the weather is bad it's not far to Tiverton, or to Exeter where we had a lovely time in IKEA!...

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Cleveland Cottage was a good base for our visit to West Somerset. Cottage was clean and well equipped. The local village is tiny — just a church and approximately 100 people — but it was a good jumping off point to hike in Exmoor and explore some of the local villages. Would recommend! ...

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