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Holiday Cottages close to vineyards in Exmoor

We have found 2 properties to book, based on your search for Holiday Cottages close to vineyards in Exmoor, England.

  • Holiday Cottage in Devon, England
    Lower Hearson Farm Self Catering Cottages with Pool Devon

    Holiday Cottage in Swimbridge, Devon, England

    The Shippon at Lower Hearson Farm near Barnstaple,Devon. Facilities include a Pool, Games Room, use of outdoor facilities and animal feeding runs on our small 15 acre farm. Ideal f...

    £ 519.00 - £ 1,090.00 per week

    Sleeps: 7

    Pet & Dog Friendly Pets Welcome
  • Holiday Cottage in Somerset, England
    Cannington Grange Self Catering Accommodation West Somerset

    Holiday Cottage in Cannington, Somerset, England

    The Grange offers 8 luxury converted cottages and apartments, set in 3.5 acres of landscaped gardens - plus indoor heated pool, jacuzzi. gym, fishing pond, games room & outdoor pla...

    £ 200.00 - £ 1,674.00 per week

    Sleeps: 44

    Wheelchair Friendly Accessible
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Looking for the ideal holiday in Exmoor? Holidays in England

Exmoor is a beautiful area of south west England in Somerset and Devon, and includes some great coastline as well as moorland. The towns and villages of Exmoor include Porlock and Dulverton and these have great holiday accommodation and attractions.

For more information visit our page on Exmoor.


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