WOOLCOTTS CROSS COTTAGE
Sleeps: 3 + travel cot.
Max 2 well behaved dogs welcome.
Tourist Board: 4 Stars.
Low season £320 - £370 pw.
High season £370 - £495 pw.
Friday to Friday weekly bookings.
For further details please contact:
Iain or Pauli Joyce
Tel: 01398 371456
Last minute vacancies during weeks:Reload this mapWoolcotts Cross Cottage is situated one mile to the east of Brompton Regis and overlooks Wimbleball Lake, just 400 yards away. The cottage, once an old stone barn was converted to provide comfortable home from home accommodation. Set in its own garden and with ample parking, the cottage enjoys a stunning situation with far reaching views to the east over the lake and south towards Haddon Hill.
25 Oct, 1 Nov, 8 Nov, 15 Nov, 22 Nov, 29 Nov
- Designed to accommodate 3 people in two bedrooms, up to two well behaved dogs are also most welcome.
- Full week and Short Breaks are available all year round.
- The cottage has two bedrooms (1 double with two 3ft single beds and 1 single), a very attractive sitting room and dining area with wood burning stove and beautiful wood beamed ceilings, colour TV with Freesat, DVD Player, Stereo/radio/cassette/CD and telephone, and free WiFi broadband internet connection.
- The bathroom/WC has a shower over the bath and the modern kitchen is fully equipped with electric oven and hob, microwave, dishwasher, fridge freezer and automatic washing machine.
- A patio with garden furniture faces east and south and the garden itself is fully fenced and gated (dog proof!).
- Situated within Exmoor National Park, approximately 40 minutes from Junction 25 on the M5 at Taunton.
- Minehead is 12 miles to the north and Dulverton, the southern gateway to the National Park is 6 miles away.
- Brompton Regis is one mile to the west and has an interesting old Church. The George Inn serves local ales and good home cooked food. The Village Shop is located in the Village Hall and is open 9.00am to 1.00pm from Monday to Saturday.
- Perfect for fly-fishing enthusiasts, Wimbleball Lake offers excellent bank or boat fishing for both brown and rainbow trout, as well as sailing, wind surfing, walking, cycling and bird watching.