The Watermill is a beautifully converted property in a sheltered courtyard setting  as well as having  a separate barbecue area overlooking open fields.
This is such a welcoming cottage.  This is the spacious and comfortable sitting-room.
There is a high ceilinged open plan kitchen/dining-room
The Watermill has a lovely sheltered courtyard with lovely planting to make it feel private with fencing so that you have your own dedicated area.
A sleek modern kitchen gives this characterful barn conversion a contemporary feel.
Another view of the sitting-room
This is the main bedroom with its super-king sized bed.
The cottage is full of welcoming touches
Luxurious bedding and beautifully made up beds are a real treat here.
This is the second of the ground floor bedrooms.
The en suite bathroom for the second ground floor bedroom.
This is the ground floor walk-in shower.
This is the bedroom on the mezzanine level above the sitting-room,
A mix of antique and modern furnishings adds a lovely feel to the cottage
The courtyard seating area captures the sunshine for most of the day and has been made to feel  very private and sheltered with attractive planting.
This is the lovely area where you can sit and enjoy the most wonderful sunsets and have a barbecue. You can exercise your dog in the field too ( sometimes being used by sheep ! )
This is the river Barle as it flows through Dulverton - a lovely little place just a few miles from The Watermill - you can walk there.
This is Wimbleball Lake - a great place for a day out with lakeside walks, sailing and a tea shop.
This is the bridge at Exebridge a short walk from the cottage! There is a lovely pub here too, as well as fishing lakes to try your hand at fly fishing.
Visit the medieval Exmoor  town of Dunster. This is the ancient Yarn Market in the town centre.

The Watermill


2.1 miles S of Dulverton / Sleeps 6 + cot

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The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.