Andrew's House is the far right-hand end of this historic property on the edge of the beautiful little Exmoor town of Dulverton.
This is the lovely terrace at the front of the house. Steps come down to the left-hand side from the parking-area. You are not overlooked by any other property.
The ground floor has an open plan layout which makes this a really sociable place to stay.
A super contemporary kitchen makes use of some original features to link into the rest of the living-space.
Snuggle up on the comfortable furniture, for an evening in front of the woodburner.
Exmoor offers miles of open space, stunning walking, deep valleys and tumbling rivers.
The downstairs of Andrew's House has high ceilings and an airy feel and yet it's also really cosy!
Another view of this gracious room.
There is also a double bedroom with a view out over the terrace and the wooded hillside.
The dining-table has pride of place looking out over the terrace. The French windows open  up to bring the outside in on a warm day.
The third bedroom can be set up as twins or pushed together as a double if you wish. There is a television and even an Xbox for your children to enjoy.
The River Barle flows through Dulverton and passes just below Andrew's House. There is a lovely riverside walk into the beautiful little town.
This is the bridge that you will cross into the town for all the lovely local shops, cafes and pubs.
Andrew's House is very stylish but also feels like a home-from-home.
Andrew's House is really homely and you will feel very welcome.
Little reminders of your location are to be found around the house!
Sink into this Chesterfield sofa and put your feet up after a day out exploring the Exmoor National Park.
Andrews House is a great place to stay for a celebration.
There are wooden floors downstairs and lovely plush carpets upstairs.
Even the stairwall is striking, with its gorgeous period window overlooking the little lane at the back.
This is the exceptionally spacious master bedroom with dual-aspect windows overlooking the river Barle.
Lie-ins are a must in this luxurious king-sized bed.
This is the third bedroom made up as a 6' king-sized bed with the two single beds pushed together.
This property is great for a family holiday - children are made very welcome with plenty of toys and games to enjoy.
There are two bathrooms - one with a large shower and the other with a bath and shower over. Both are a really good size.
This is the bathroom with the shower over the bath.
Another view of the bathroom to show you the layout.
Andrew's House has a wonderful terrace for dining al fresco and listening to the river on the other side of the road.
Fresh coffee and chocolate biscuits - what a place to sit outside before going out for the day.
Wimbleball Lake is not far. There are amazing walks around the lake, a tea shop and water sports if you want to really make the most of it.
This is a view of Dulverton. The footpath from Andrew's House comes out just by the bridge.
Heading up from Dulverton towards the moors and you will be rewarded with fabulous open space and panoramic views.
Children will love the park just across the road - do supervise them crossing though.
The riverside walk into Dulverton.
This is where Exmoor meets the sea in dramatic style.
Just outside Dulverton you will find the iconic Tarr Steps.

Andrew’s House


Dulverton / Sleeps 6 + 2 cots*

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Location perfect

Lovely house in a beautiful setting. This was our second visit to Andrews House. The house is in a great location very close to Dulverton. This is an ideal spot for exploring the area. The house is very charming with great views.

This is the third time we have stayed at Andrew's House and we have never been disappointed. The location is excellent for walking to the village pub, restaurants and to the well stocked co-op,which seems to be open all hours. Sadly the Fish & Chip shop was closed during our stay. The cottage provides extensive information regarding the surrounding areas to visit by car or walking. Altogether an excellent location and property for country and coast.

A very comfortable cottage very close to everything we needed for the week. Nicely furnished and great information in local walks and maps. We rarely return to the same property but this cottage would be the exception.

House very close to Dulverton along a lovely riverside path. House excellent but could do with an extra armchair if 5/6 adults are there. Heating and hot water plentiful and beds very comfortable. Lovely views. Bac again in September.

The cottage was as described and really lovely. Clean and well equipped and great location in Dulverton.

We'd stayed at the house in 2017 so knew it was convenient, roomy and comfortable for 5 adults/1 child. It was extremely clean but soft furnishings carpets/upholstery etc a little tired. Nice to see the extra freezer and wine fridge as we'd found lack of cold storage a nuisance on previous visit. Housekeeper was very helpful as there was a build up of rubbish awaiting collection and took some of this to the tip. Not her fault as pick up point for recycling had been changed. Only real niggle we had was lack of towels - just one each (bath size) provided and a single hand towel in each bathroom for general use. We'd have cheerfully bought more if we had known this was all being provided. All in all it's a real family house in a lovely location, which we'd cheerfully recommend to other family groups.

Reply from Classic Cottages

We're so delighted that you chose to return to Andrew's House and hope that you had a fabulous stay. We're sorry to hear of the issue you had with lack of towels and will, of course, pass this information on to the owners. Thank you for your feedback, it's always so helpful. We're glad to hear that you loved this stunning family house and appreciated the great loation. Julie, Customer Support

Good location but this property is the worst we have stayed in terms of cleanliness, it needs a professional deep clean and some new upholstery. Unfortunately was also infested with flies during our stay, which the owners were helpful about but left us feeling the whole place was quite unclean.

Reply from Classic Cottages

We're so sorry that you experienced an issue with flies coming in to the cottage and we're grateful for you letting us know so that a pest controller could be arranged. Unfortunately you can sometimes experience flies in a rural area, especially when surrounding crops are being harvested, but it's not something we've had an issue with at Andrew's House before. Thanks so much for giving us the chance to put matters right for you. Tanya, Classic Cottages

Beautiful house in a wonderful position. Great to be so close to Dulverton, with lovely small shops and great walks around the area. The house was just perfect for two couples. It was very clean and comfortable with two great bathrooms. We really enjoyed our stay and hope to be back.

Set in beautiful countryside Andrew’s cottage is a lovely place to stay for a relaxing break. Dulverton in a joy.

Andrew's House is a very well appointed house on the edge of a lovely, small town. Ideal location for experiencing Exmoor. House amenities of a very good standard, very comfortable. Felt at home.

We really enjoyed our stay at Andrew’s Cottage. The cottage is in a great location, close to the river and the town, which has restaurants, a pub, Cafe a deli and a co op. We found lots to do in the area, there’s a great circular walk straight from the door which goes up up the hill to beautiful views and then along the river. The cottage was warm and well maintained. Great powerful showers and the 2 double bedrooms were comfy. However the children didn’t sleep well in the twin bedroom. The mattresses were very uncomfortable and one of the beds is a zed bed which is not what we expected. Also this room faces the road which is not always busy but does at times have a flow of traffic into the town and the car headlights beam in at night. Overall though it was a lovely break in a beautiful part of Exmoor and we would recommend the cottage to friends.

Reply from Classic Cottages

Thanks so much for letting us have your thoughts folllowing your stay at Andrew's House and we're delighted that you enjoyed your stay. We're sorry that you found the mattresses to be uncomfortable in the twin room - we do find that mattress comfort is very much a personal preference and it can be very difficult to find something that 'ticks the boxes' for everyone. The comfort of our guests is of the upmost important to us and our owners, so we'll certainly let them have your thoughts for their consideration. We'll also see if we can make it clearer that one of the beds is a zed bed so thank you for highlighting this. Tressa, Customer Support

This is an excellently located cottage for all amenities, local always and local services and hospitality. Would thoroughly recommend .

The house was very comfortable, warm and very clean. With two bathrooms and two double beds it was excellent for 4 adult guests.
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The area was very good for walks, sightseeing and the seaside. Great being able to walk to the pub and local shop was very convenient. An excellent stay.

A truly lovely property which had a very homely feel, you can't help but relax.

Andrews House is fabulous, so comfortable and spacious but cosy at the same time. Perfect for exploring Exmoor and a short stroll into Dulverton which is so pretty: I would highly recommend this house

Andrew's House is a beautiful, spacious, cottage located just a few minutes walk from Dulverton. We were impressed with the quality of the furnishings and linens and found it to be nice and clean on arrival. Beds are comfy and the log burner makes the lounge area lovely and toasty. Parking for two cars is available in an area to the side of the house, that's partially off-road. We didn't use the garden due to time of year/weather, but it is a decent size and fully paved and looks to be quite unoverlooked. Dulverton itself is a great little town with everything you'll need - co-op, butchers, greengrocer, deli, tea room, tourist info centre, little independent shops and, most importantly, a decent pub! The Bridge Inn is a small, friendly, place serving decent food, but gets busy so best to book, especially at the weekend. We visited the Tarr Steps (and nearby pub), Exmoor Zoo and the Exmoor Pony Centre, which were all worth a visit. We had fun at Kilve Beach looking for fossils with our daughter. It's an amazing beach if you're into fossils/geology, but do not expect to roll your towels out and make sand castles. It's very rocky and uneven and silty in places. We loved it! Fab holiday and would return in a heartbeat.

Andrew's House was a joy to stay in - spotlessly clean, fabulous shower and really comfortable bed. Everything you could possibly need in the well equipped kitchen. The underfloor heating made the house lovely and cosy to return to after a good long walk. We loved it! Brilliant location for walking [which we love]. With so many footpaths to choose from our car became redundant and we spent everyday walking the moors and countryside making sure that we were back in Dulverton in time for tea and cake or a gorgeous cream tea at one of the fantastic cafes in the town. Not sure if our calorific output exceeded our calorific intake!

The house was exceptionally well decorated and furnished throughout, well equipped and warm and welcoming.

We had a wonderful stay at Andrews House.Excellent location and very short walk into Dulverton which is a delightful place, very friendly and with excellent places to eat and variety of small shops.Fabulous walking right from the door in stunning scenery.Also close to great National Trust Properties. The house is of a very high standard,very tastefully decorated and very comfortable.Its been in the family for 40years and actually felt like we were staying in someone's beautiful home rather than a holiday let.The housekeeper does an excellent job of keeping the place spotless and we were very grateful for that thank you.There were lovely flowers,fresh milk and a yummy chocolate cake ,tea coffee etc,waiting for us, thank you, very kind and much appreciated. We were slightly disappointed not to have zip & link beds or BT Sport working as advertised and also freezer space is an ice box in under counter fridge rather than a fridge freezer. We would love to come and stay again in such a delightful house,thank you to the owners too.

Reply from Classic Cottages

We're delighted to see that you had such a wonderful stay in this lovely village. We were interested to hear about the beds, freezer and TV channels, so will check our description for accuracy and make any changes necessary. Thanks for letting us know. Tanya, Customer Support

We all loved Andrew's house, which is very comfortable, clean and stylishly furnished - a very elegant house. The odd small thing would have been nice like a shaver point and more relaxing furniture for outside for when it is hot but, nevertheless, it is a really well-equipped house, and a great place to holiday.

Andrew's House is very conveniently placed to walk into charming Dulverton along the beautiful Barle river. Part of the property does face a - at times busy - 'B' road but that also means that its location is very convenient for exploring Dulverton and the beautiful surrounding area.

Beautiful house, very comfortable beds. Fabulous location, even in the rain. Lovely holiday, thank you.

We had a lovely week in Andrew's House and thought the cottage was beautifully presented. Plenty of room for us all and lots to do in the area. Although we had some extremely hot weather, the cottage was amazingly cool which was wonderful. We would recommend the local pub 'The Bridge Inn' for a reasonably priced evening meal. Food and standard of service superb. Take care parking, especially if you have two cars, as the road is busier than you would expect and the layby a little rough. We would DEFINITELY return to this cottage if ever we were in the area again.

This cottage is in the perfect location for walking, visiting the local area, but close enough to walk along the side of the river into the village.

A superb holiday home, even better than the pictures. Great position for Dulverton with its nice shops and pubs. We really enjoyed our stay.

We really enjoyed our stay at Andrew House. and look forward to returning there.

A great location and nice cottage to stay at with family joining us for a few days in the middle of the week. Can't do much about the mixed English weather but a lovely place to stay and can highly recommend the Thai restaurant in town. Thank you.

Fabulous cottage, well positioned to visit both coast and moors. Loved being able to walk into Dulverton both during the day and in the evening. Excellently equipped with finishing touches that made a truly memorable holiday. Thank you.

Beautiful cottage which has been decorated to very high standard. We loved the pieces of art work especially the Ken Dunn piece in the kitchen. The cottage us very peaceful but only a short walk into Dulverton. We hope to go back again - thank you.

Lovely, stylishly furnished and conveniently arranged house in a good location. Beautiful sunny terrace for summer afternoonsand well equipped for whiling away a rainy afternoon. A lovely place to stay.

Lovely cottage in great location with many facilities in walking distance. Dulverton is a great little town with beautiful surrounding countryside. Would thoroughly recommend Andrew's House

Thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Andrews's House. The location was great and it was very comfortable.

A lovely cottage in a convenient location for exploring Exmoor. All comforts are provided in this stylish accommodation.

Great accommodation on the outskirts of a lovely village, the peace and tranquillity suited us all.

This cottage was perfect for a christmas short break, assisted by the proximity of Dulverton. The property description didn't really do justice to the range of independent shops and welcoming atmosphere of the town.

It was a lovely house near a very lovely village

Andrews House is in a good location, Dulverton is a lovely village right on the very pretty river Barle with great walks locally. The Lion Hotel fully recommended great food.

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