- Off road parking
- Ground floor bedroom
- Open fire
- Highchair available
- Washing machine
- Broadband / WiFi
11 Customer Review(s)
“The cottage is a little tired & dated.”
The wood burner glass front needed a good clean and then we could fully appreciate the cosines. Not difficult to do, a cloth and spray and a good wipe did it. The kitchen smells v musty.. not pleasant and can only assume from the fridge/ freezer- the kitchen needs a good overhaul really and is far too dark even with the light on in there.
The wood burner glass front needed a good clean and then we could fully appreciate the cosines. Not difficult to do, a cloth and spray and a good wipe did it. The kitchen smells v musty.. not pleasant and can only assume from the fridge/ freezer- the kitchen needs a good overhaul really and is far too dark even with the light on in there. Bedrooms lovely & big and an amazing super king size bed! Cottage was warm & comfortable.- Mrs Roffe, October 2020
Thank you for taking the time to leave your feedback. We take all our feedback seriously. The glass on the wood burner is cleaned regularly and there is extra lighting under the top cupboards in the kitchen. We have also investigated the smell you mentioned. If you would have contacted us we would have done our utmost to rectify things immediately. We are so pleased that you found Ash Cottage warm and comfortable and the bedrooms and Super king bed lovely. We hope you enjoyed your stay with us and thank you once again for your feedback. Property Owner
“This is a lovely cottage and well appointed.”
The WiFi is excellent and much appreciated. There were 4 of us and the two bedrooms with on suite facilities making it very comfortable for four people. If I had to make comment as the four of us are in our seventies grab handle and non slip bath mat in the baths would help for access. The owners had put some scones, cream and jam to welcome us which we enjoyed after our slightly tough journey down. Cottage well situated with the Tarr steps down the road and easy drives to Dunster, Minehead, Porlock and Lynmouth. Great Break.- Mr Beales, September 2020
“The cottage was warm and comfortable and in a great location for exploring Exmoor and the north Devon coast.”
It was also well equipped with plenty of storage for food items etc. The only disappointment was that the decor and some of the fittings were looking rather tired and there were one or two things that really needed fixing. Our stay was at the end of the season and the cottage opposite was having its annual "deep clean" so, hopefully, the owner plans to rectify the defects over the winter.- Mr Jansen, November 2019
“If you expect state of the art fittings and furnishings from your holiday accommodation then don't book this cottage but if you love a warm and comfortable cottage in a beautiful location with great walks from the doorstep and a pub serving great food just half a mile away and a bustling town with supermarket, butchers, fruit & veg shop and bakery just a short drive away then book this cottage.”
You won't be disappointed. It's all about expectations. The cottage doesn't have an enclosed garden, despite being told by the booking agent that it did, so dog owners will need to be prepared to do the early morning and bedtime shuffle. But we had a lovely stay.- Mrs Donald, October 2019
Thank you for taking the time to complete your feedback following your stay at Ash Cottage. We are pleased to hear you enjoyed the cottage and its location. Although we do not advertise the property as having an enclosed garden we are aware that when made further inquiries our web live chat team passed on incorrect information and for this we are very sorry. Property Owner
“The cottage and its location are lovely, ideal for a quiet week driving around the moors or going up to Dunster/Minehead.”
It has bags of character but is getting a little tired. I had to do a few small maintenance jobs such as the loose toilet flush handle and emptying the washing machine of the last person's water. The double glazing suffers from internal condensation. The front door is sticking. None of these spoilt our holiday but generally the place could do with a bit of tlc. Dulverton is a very nice town having all we needed. The chip shop is very good and the Coop is well stocked. The museum is small but well worth a visit. My best moments were just parking in one of the frequent areas on the side of the road, enjoying the view and watching the birds, ponies, sheep and cattle.- Mr Burt, August 2019
“A beautiful cottage in a rural setting well equipped ,a short walk to the tarr steps .”
And we can recommend the tarr farm inn to eat a fantastic evening meal . This is an idea holiday for those with dogs ,unfortunately we did not take our dog with us in the end ,as he was away at my daughters in Rutland highly recommend- Mr Ceresa, July 2019
“The cottage we stayed in was beautiful.”
Nicely furnished with everything you would ever need while away. The nearest village was a 10 minute drive away which you could get pretty much everything you needed. Tarr steps was a 10 minute walk away from the cottage and well worth a visit.- Mr Costanzo, May 2019
“Excellent base location for exploring Exmoor but approach roads are narrow and some quite steep.”
While general standard and cleanliness of the cottage along with level of equipment is good we felt it was let down by an ill fitting front door that needed adjusting and a washing machine that was full of stagnant water. Please note we did not report the door issue to the owner (as one would assume that they would have checked the accommodation prior to our arrival and had chosen not to rectify) nor the washing machine as apart from anticipating somebody would have checked it was clean before we arrived, we only noted the issue the day before departure (so just initially emptied with a spin cycle then ran a ninety degree wash).- Mr Hogben, April 2019
Thank you for your feed back, it is much appreciated. I will look into the issue, I am only across the road if you wished to have come and found me. Property Owner
“The cottage was warm & cosy upon arrival, something that is important but often doesn't happen.”
There was also a nice welcome gift of milk & cake. The furnishings were all of a very good standard, and little extras like small torches were provided, useful for dogs needing to go out after dark.. Although we did not need to use it, there were plenty of supplies for the wood burning stove too, again not always provided in other cottages we have stayed in. Tablets for the dishwasher & washing machine were also helpfully provided. However, barely enough toilet roll was provided. And the kitchen could have benefited from a few more mugs & teaspoons, plus a one-mug cafetiere for a cottage that sleeps 5 was very inadequate.- Dr Davies, March 2019
“Cottage was lovely.”
Area was beautiful.- Miss Austin, February 2019
“The cottage was beautiful really clean, comfortable and in a gorgeous area.”
Im really happy that we were able to bring our dog too, she had a lovely time exploring the countryside and nearby beach. By the end of the holiday none of us wanted to go home! Would definitely recommend!- Miss Pidgeon, December 2018
Liscombe Farm Cottages
Four idyllic cottages located within the village of Dulverton, Somerset. These cottages are situated within a charming, rural location, with picturesque countryside views. All four properties enjoy a generous interior, with ample space, ideal for hosting large families or multiple groups of friends, who are looking to explore the Somerset area. The interior design of the cottages has been styled with an elegant touch, each boasting a well-equipped kitchen, open-plan living room/diner completed with a warming woodburning fire. The bedrooms of these cottages pose a luxurious finish, each completed with fine furniture and a cosy atmosphere. Outside you will have access to acres of land to explore, with several walks to enjoy whilst staying here. Such walks include Anstey Gate and Hawkridge from Tarr Steps or the Dunkery Beacon from Wheddon Cross, which visits the highest point on Exmoor. For local amenities, the closest shop and pub from the cottages is a 15-minute drive, situated within Dulverton town. The town hosts a number of shops, restaurants and pubs, as well as the Exmoor National Park visitor centre to gather inspiration for your holiday.
Ash Cottage is a charming stone cottage property located 5 miles from the Exmoor village of Dulverton, Somerset.
This spacious property, filled with a contemporary elegance would make the perfect base for a walking holiday retreat or a family getaway to the area.
As you enter the property you are welcomed to a generous living room, completed with a woodburning fire place, TV and music station.
This area is the perfect space to entertain your guests, or even relaxing of an evening after a long day’s walk.
From here you enter the well-equipped kitchen, fitted with all the necessities you will need for you break to Somerset.
Back through the living room, down to the lower-ground floor you will discover a double bedroom with en-suite bathroom, with a shower over bath, basin and WC.
Follow the staircase up to the second floor and you will enter the second bedroom, boasting a double bed, a single bed and a en-suite bathroom with shower over bath, basin and WC.
Outside you will have access to acres of land to explore from the cottage.
To appreciate these views further you have the Exmoor National Park on your doorstep for a range of walks and stunning scenery.
For local amenities, Dulverton town offers a selection of pubs and shops, however the closest pub and shop can be located within a 15-minute drive of the cottage.
Note: Property can be booked with Refs. 984100 and 984101, 984104, together they can sleep 22 people.
- Over three floors
- Two bedrooms, 1 x double with en-suite with bath, shower over bath, basin and WC, 1 x double with single bed with en-suite, including a bath, shower over bath, basin and WC
- Ground floor cloakroom, with basin and WC
- Open-plan sitting area and diner, with a woodburning stove
- Central heating with woodburning stove
- Oven, electric hob, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washer/dryer, microwave, TV and music system
- Fuel, power and starter pack for stove inc. in rent
- Off-road parking
- Two well behaved pets welcome
- Sorry, no smoking
- Pub and shop are 5.2 miles away.
Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £100.
About the location
Minehead 17 miles.
Dulverton is the southern gateway to the Exmoor National Park, a small town standing between the rivers Barle and Exe, which meet further down the valley. Dulverton has some quaint narrow streets weaving between fine Victorian buildings and a three arched bridge crossing the river leading to riverside walks. There are plenty of shops, restaurants and pubs in Dulverton and in the square is the Exmoor National Park visitor centre and art gallery, offering plenty of inspiration for exploring the vast expanse of the moor on foot, on horseback or from behind the wheel. Why not try an off road safari around Exmoor to see red deer, wild ponies and rare birds? Exmoor has been designated as a Dark Sky Reserve, where the light pollution is low and plenty of stargazing can be done. Near to Dulverton is the majestic lake at Wimblewall Country Park, the first Dark Skies Discovery Centre on Exmoor. Wimblewall is also a premier trout fishing location, and provides tuition in numerous water sports, including sailing, windsurfing and canoeing. Further afield the North Somerset coastline has sandy beaches at Minehead, picturesque harbours and plenty of wild walking around Porlock Weir. A fabulous holiday destination for all those enjoying outdoor activities, dramatic landscapes and wildlife.
Note: There is no mobile signal at the property. Broadband at the property is ok for browsing but not downloading.
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