Combe Cottage is beautifully situated on the edge of of the pretty village of Winsford in the heart of Exmoor National Park. There's plenty of room for up to 6 (plus cot) in 4 en-suite bedrooms, all with crisp white bed linen and luxurious ensuite bathrooms. The cottage has a large open plan kitchen and comfortable living area with underfloor heating and a woodburning stove for chillier days. There's a beautiful conservatory/garden room which enjoys the sun all day and is the perfect spot for relaxing with a book, watching the birds on our bird table or just enjoying the view. The large fully enclosed south-facing garden of approximately half an acre has wonderful views towards the Punchbowl and Winsford Hill in one direction, and over the fields towards the village in the other.
Ideal for families and groups of friends, dogs welcome
The cottage's flexible accommodation and large enclosed garden make it ideal for families and groups of friends, and dogs are welcome at no extra charge (max 3 dogs per booking). It may also suit those with limited mobility as there are two double bedrooms downstairs, one of which has a walk-in shower, and a further two single bedrooms upstairs.
Located in the pretty village of Winsford
In the centre of the village, which is a 5 minute stroll away, you'll find the famous 12th century thatched Royal Oak Inn, which serves great food and is very family and dog friendly, plus Bridge Cottage Tearoom, where you can enjoy delicious home-made cakes, cream teas, cooked breakfasts and Sunday lunches. There is also a village green with swings and a stream.
There is loads to do in the area for all ages - enjoy beautiful walks and cycle routes right from the door, visit the historic clapper bridge at Tarr Steps and paddle in the River Barle, have a day at the beach, visit nearby National Trust properties Arlington Court, Knightshayes Court and Dunster Castle or spend the day at Exmoor Zoo, take a ride on the famous West Somerset Railway, sit out under the stars in Europe's first Dark Sky Reserve or simply relax in the garden or by the fire and enjoy the peace. See our "Local Area" section for more details and ideas.