Nestled in the Blackdown Hills, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, you will find super cute Little Whitford. All on one level, this small but perfectly formed bolthole for two has uninterrupted views as far as the eye can see.
The open plan living space is bright and modern with patio doors opening on to your private terrace - what a spot to enjoy a glass of bubbly. You will find a well-equipped kitchenette where you can cook up a treat, as well as a sweet dining-area to sit and enjoy holiday meals. Next door there is a delightful bedroom, decorated in tranquil colours. Why not treat yourself to breakfast in bed whilst enjoying the stunning views? Lovely soft linens and an Emma mattress will ensure you of a restful sleep.
Little Whitford really is the perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle of daily life and as soon as you arrive you are sure to feel relaxed and peaceful (although please be aware that due to the beautifully rural location there is no WiFi). If you feel like stretching your legs then there are 19 acres of woodland and paddocks for you to explore - be sure to take some good walking shoes as it is hilly in places! A bridleway also runs along the land so you may meet some horses on the way.
Five gorgeous alpacas (Kaede, Loyalist, Nigel, Edgar and Samson) who live in the paddock in front of Little Whitford are sure to keep you entertained! Please be aware that from the end of October to the end of March, the alpacas move to their winter paddock and aren't visible from Little Whitford. The owner will still be very happy to walk you up to their winter paddock so you can meet them if you would like. Your four-legged friend is most welcome and is sure to be intrigued by the alpacas but please ensure they are kept on the lead when you are outside of the property.
The very friendly and welcoming owner lives in the house behind Little Whitford and is on hand should you need anything but you are assured of the utmost privacy.
This lovely cottage is a great base from which to explore the glorious countryside of three counties - Somerset, Devon and Dorset. To the north, the Quantock Hills are waiting to be explored and if you jump in the car heading south for forty minutes, you will be at Lyme Regis with its famous cobb and fabulous eateries.
Whether you are looking for a sunny summer break, or a cosy winter escape, Little Whitford is sure to deliver and will leave you wanting to come back time and time again.
Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. TV and DVD player. 2 ring induction hob, electric oven and fridge (with freezer compartment)
Bedroom with king-size double bed (5')
Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Please note that the front and patio doors are slightly lower than standard doors so please take care. There is a step up into the shower. *A cot is not provided, bring your own travel cot.
- Dogs welcome (1 only)
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 2 cars
- No smoking
- Pub 5 miles
- Patio furniture
- Full electric CH
Gorgeous furnishings assure you of a relaxing stay.
The alpaca paddock is just in front of Little Whitford - they are quite inquisitive so will be sure to come and say hello.
Lie in bed and enjoy the view...
The perfect space for two; Little Whitford has been cleverly designed to ensure you have everything you need on holiday.
What a beautifully relaxing room.
The modern, bright shower-room.
We love the pops of yellow!
A sweet breakfast spot. The owner lives in the house behind but you are assured of the upmost privacy.
Time to switch off.
Enjoy al fresco dining on your secluded, enclosed terrace.
The terrace is at the back of the cottage, and has uninterrupted views across the countryside.
Your four-legged friend is most welcome. This gorgeous chap is called Koko and belongs to the owner.
Little Whitford is on the far left and the wooden structure is the alpacas' house.
Your parking area is right outside the front door.
Rural Somerset is beautiful.
Lyme Regis with its fantastic eateries is only a 40 minute drive away.
Nearby Montacute House is a beautiful Elizabethan mansion, owned by the National Trust.