Frogwell Cottage; your slice of Exmoor escapism.
Kick back and relax in the sitting-room.
The farmhouse-style kitchen is split into two areas, with plenty of storage and worktop space in its totality.
A sweet spot for a morning coffee.
With nothing to disturb you but birdsong you'll have such restful sleep.
This sweet single bedroom looks out over the garden.
Please say hello to me but don't feed me.
With dual-aspect windows the twin room is bright and tranquil.
Admire the stunning Exmoor countryside from almost every room.
Entering through the side door, this is a great space for dogs and wellies! Behind the gorgeous wooden door is the handy WC.
The garden is full of unspoilt greenery, which is typical of this area. Please keep children away from the oil tank and wood store.
Light up the fire-pit barbecue and treat yourself to some Exmoor Gold Ale!
The separate dining-room offers a great space for family meals.
Relax...
On those chillier days, curl up in front of the wood-burner.
The recently refurbished bathroom looks out over rolling countryside.
There is even a view from the kitchen sink!
Light up the fire-pit barbecue and enjoy.
This is the driveway entrance from the road. Your holiday awaits!
Walk to your heart's content in this national park.
Forty five minutes in the car will bring you to Porlock Weir and the start of the South West Coast Path.
Pack up a picnic and go paddling in the River Barle.

Frogwell Cottage

4714

3.2 miles E of Dulverton / Sleeps 5 + cot*

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7 Nights from £603

Everything about the cottage was fab - very clean, immaculately furnished and decorated. Dogs loved the walks. I have already recommended it to my friends. Thank you.


We enjoyed our stay.The cottage is very comfortable and the location excellent for exploring the beautiful surroundings.


A really lovely, cosy place to stay as a family. Very spacicious and lovely to be in the middle of fields and sheep!


A wonderful cottage in a very quiet rural setting which exceeded all expectations. The cottage itself is beautifully appointed, clean as a whistle and everything is thought of, including arrangements of wild flowers. We arranged an Ocado delivery for the first morning which was very easy. Our teenagers enjoyed three days of watersports on Wimbleball Lake and we also visited Dunster Castle, Kilve Beach (great fossilling) and Tarr Steps. Dulverton is very close and has all the amenities. We particularly enjoyed the drive through Bury Ford to get there. We intend to book again for next summer and would highly recommend the cottage.


The owner has been very, very helpful when we had a question about something.


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