Crown Cottage in Exford is a picture postcard thatched self catering holiday cottage located in the centre of Exmoor National Park, on the border of West Somerset and North Devon.
The Cottage has two bedrooms and accommodates up to 4 people:-
Bedroom One has a Victorian style double bed with luxury memory foam mattress, fitted wardrobe, bedside tables and a chest of drawers.
Bedroom Two has twin beds, clothes rail, bedside table and built in drawers.
Shower Room contains a large shower cubicle, WC, built in vanity unit with electric shaver point, towel radiator, and extractor fan.
The Sitting Room is very cosy, with a stone built fireplace and wood burning stove.
There is a window seat which overlooks the village green. There is a flat screen TV, a Freesat set top box, DVD player, Ipod docking station, and WiFi. A range of board games and DVDs are provided.
The Dining Room contains a pine table and four chairs. A booster chair is available if required.
The Kitchen contains all the equipment needed for a self catering holiday, including a full sized electric cooker, washing machine, and microwave. A wicker picnic basket and cool box are available for use by our guests.
Outside there is a small enclosed cottage garden with a patio table and four chairs.
There is plenty of on street parking in the village and there is a free public car park approx 100 yards away.
The cottage overlooks the village green in the centre of Exford. The village has a Post Office, village shop, garage, tea rooms, the Crown Hotel and the White Horse Inn. Both these hotels have excellent restaurants for non-residents.
Exford is a walkers paradise with many miles of way marked paths down the valley following the river Exe, or over the moors of Exmoor to the coast, some 6 miles away.
Exford is renowned for hunting, shooting, fishing and riding with the village hosting a horse show every August.
The Exmoor coastal towns of Lynmouth, Porlock and Minehead are a short drive away whilst Taunton and the M5 are only 26 miles away.
Exmoor is a beautiful place to visit. It is the home of Lorna Doone and Tarka the otter. It is a place of rolling hills, medieval villages, wild moors and a dramatic coastline. The moor does literally meet the sea with the highest sea cliffs in England.
In 2011 Exmoor National Park was designated an International Dark Sky Reserve, the first place in Europe to achieve this prestigious award and only the second in the world.