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    The Granary

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The Granary, Luxborough

  Changeover day Friday and Monday

 Sleeps        4 people +cot (sorry, no dogs)
 Bedrooms 2 (2 doubles)
 Bathrooms 2 (en-suites)

The Granary is a detached barn conversion sleeping up to 4 guests in a peaceful south facing cottage, overlooking the Exmoor countryside. The Granary has a 4 star rating from Enjoy England and has been deemed perfect for families, cyclists and walkers... more

The Granary

    Mill Cottage

Holiday Cottage on Exmoor Sleeps 6

Mill Cottage, Luxborough

  Changeover day Friday and Monday

 Sleeps        6 people +cot (+dog)
 Bedrooms 3 (1 double, 1 twin, 1 bunk)
 Bathrooms 3 (family bathroom, en-suite and 
      sep' toilet)

Mill Cottage is situated on a working farm within Exmoor National Park; it is nestled in an idyllic valley between the Brendon Hills and the Exmoor coast and countryside.  The accommodation is spacious, well-equipped and comfortably furnished to a high standard... more

Mill Cottage

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Holiday Cottage in Exmoor sleeps 4

  Changeover day Fridays / Mondays

 Sleeps        4 people (+2 dogs)
 Bedrooms 2 (King-bed and twin room)
 Bathrooms 1 (bath with shower 

A beautifully converted building situated on a working farm in the heart of Exmoor, providing comfortable holiday accommodation for up to 4 guests. The property is at the heart of this picturesque farm of 280 acres and is home to the ruins of the lost village of Clicket ... more 

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Set in the foothills of the Brendon Hills on the southern slope of Croydon Hill, Luxborough enjoys a peaceful and beautiful setting. Luxborough is a small village that is divided into the hamlets of Churchtown, Kingsbridge and Pooltown, which all lie within a mile of each other. In years gone by people came to the Luxborough area to mine iron ore and it was sent via the West Somerset Mineral Railway to Watchet on the coastline. In the 19th century the school was reported to have 200 pupils from the village and the iron mines in the Brendon Hills.

The ancient Church of St Mary in Churchtown is believed to date from Norman times, or some believe it may be Saxon times due to a Cross in the Churchyard. Today, St Mary's is a Grade II listed building.

Roadwater is situated 4 miles to the east and the popular village of Dunster is 4.5 miles to the north. Roadwater has a local shop, post office, village hall and an Inn and is situated approximately 4 miles from Williton, which has a larger range of shops providing for day to day needs.

Bridleways and footpaths crisscross near and through Luxborough, including the famous Coleridge Way which passes through the village.   

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