Honeycott is a beautifully converted building situated on a working farm in the heart of Exmoor, providing comfortable holiday accommodation for up to 4 guests and 2 dogs.
The property is at the heart of this picturesque and hidden farm, comprised of 280 acres of land that is home to the ruins of the lost village of Clicket, 400 Lleyn sheep with their lambs, and a suckler herd of 50 Simmental cows with calves.
Honeycott is south facing and has a sunny garden with patio and garden furniture right outside the door. Entrance is directly into the open-plan living area with dining table and the kitchen is at the far end. Upstairs are two bedrooms, one king-size bed and one twin bedroom, plus the family bathroom which is comprised of bath with shower attachment over, plus toilet and hand basin. There is a second toilet with hand basin on the ground floor. The spectacular views from the bedrooms look over the gardens and across the valley towards the coast.
Honeycott is a semi-detached holiday cottage; the property next door also sleeps 4 guests and the parking area is shared between the two cottages.