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With a history dating back over 8,000 years and occupying the moorlands of northern Somerset and Devon, the breathtaking Exmoor National Park makes a fantastic and memorable holiday base with a variety of excellent dog-friendly cottages on offer. Self-catering accommodation in this beautiful area covers everything from coastal villas for large groups, to charming character cottages ideal for a romantic getaway, as well as a range of barn conversions, townhouses and bungalows which are perfect for idyllic family retreats. Covering some 267 square miles, Exmoor is a wonderful location for dogs and their owners to explore, with stunning landscapes, heather-topped moors and beautiful woodlands. Along the way there may be wild red deer, Exmoor ponies, and some excellent pubs serving much-needed refreshment.
Dogs and their owners will find plenty to explore from our Exmoor cottages. In the south you can discover Molland Moor, Simonsbath, Haddon Hill and Wimbleball Lake, which is an ideal spot for birdwatchers. Further north you can discover the open moorland of Prayway Head or the beautiful woodland of Horner Woods. Exmoor is also ideal for exploring the beautiful beaches and cliffs of the Devon and Somerset coast. Dogs are welcome on beaches including Bossington, Porlock Weir, Selworthy Sands, Heddon’s Mouth and Woody Bay, among many others. You can also accompany your four-legged friends as they enjoy the views from the popular North Devon attraction, the Lynton and Lynmouth Cliff Railway. There are some lovely, thriving local towns in the area, including Barnstaple, Porlock, the popular resort of Minehead and the bustling seaside town of Ilfracombe.
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