Large Detached Self Catering Holiday Accommodation on Exmoor

  • 4 bedrooms

  • 3 Singles, 1 Double & 1 Super King Beds

  • 3 Bathrooms

  • Stunning walks from the doorstep

  • Private enclosed garden

  • Fabulous countryside views

  • FREE Wi-Fi

  • FREE on-site parking

  • Village location

Self Catering Accommodation

Cottage Twin Bedroom


Cottage Lounge with Log Woodburner

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Bed and Breakfast on Exmoor

Welcome to Westcott Cottage

Westcott Cross Cottage, Luxborough (Somerset) is a fabulous detached home within a large, private and enclosed garden with fabulous views of the surrounding countryside and providing excellent walking directly from the door. The property sleeps up to 7 guests (plus baby in cot) in 4 bedrooms.

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Beautiful cottage and surroundings, peaceful 5 day break with many lovely walks. Huge garden for dog and everything you need even washing powder was provided. Flowers, cake and champagne very much appreciated . We will definately use again. Thanks for a brilliant break

Debbie P.

We found the cottage spotless.The garden was a lovely place to soak up the views, and a G &T. in what was one of the best weeks for weather in the whole summer. The Royal Oak in Luxborough produced excellent evening meals on two evenings of our stay. It is worthwhile booking as they were busy, and ….

Vincent P.

Westcott Croft Cottage was a perfect place for 5 adults and 2 small dogs to relax and enjoy a holiday together. The garden enjoys spectacular views. We sat and enjoyed a pot of tea every day outside. Top marks for TV and WiFi. Cooking on the Aga was fun and we booked Morrisons for a weekly shop. Ma….

Linda M.

The house is in a fantastic position with beautiful views. Great for walking from the doorstep. Large gently sloping garden for outside games. Very well equipped, comfortable and warm. Bring binoculars for enjoying the wildlife from the garden.

Sue B

Fantastic house with large garden- great for children to run around in! Well equipped kitchen and the AGA kept the house toasty!

Emma S

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