Tuesday, 14 June 2016

www.theholidaycottages.co.uk Triscombe Farm Country Cottages Triscombe, Wheddon Cross, Somerset, Exmoor National Park

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Triscombe Farm Country Cottages are a collection of self catering holiday homes located on Triscombe Farm near Wheddon Cross in Somerset. 
You can find this advert on our website www.theholidaycottages.co.uk by clicking on the details below:
Triscombe Farm Country Cottages Triscombe, Wheddon Cross, Somerset, Exmoor National Park (Sleeps 1 - 36)
Our holiday cottages are ideal for couples, friends and families as we provide an ideal base, centrally located for discovering and exploring this beautiful part of Somerset, Devon, Exmoor and the West Country.
The pretty holiday cottages are a combination of 19th Century cottages and skilful conversions from original farm buildings are all slate roofed and stone built. They cluster around a "T" shaped courtyard in the style of a hamlet. Each is individually designed, equipped and furnished to a high standard with many personal touches for your comfort. They have beautifully kept gardens with BBQ’s, bed linen and bathmats provided and towels available for hire at a small extra cost. 
Exmoor’s Northern boundary stretches for 34 miles from Combe Martin through Lynmouth and Porlock to Minehead. It is England’s highest coastline and the coastal path provides spectacular walking. Dunkery Beacon (1707 feet above sea level) is within four miles.
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With over a decade of experience in promoting self-catering property, we at The Holiday Cottages try our best to ensure you our customers receive a personal and friendly service and an effective way to create business for your accommodation.
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