The Malt House
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The Malt House was part of the old 'Hare and Hounds' village inn and now shares a cobbled courtyard with the owners' house. The ancient village pound, with lovely views over the Exe valley, forms the Malt House private garden.
The accommodation, all on the ground floor, is full of character with ancient beams and a large inglenook fireplace with a woodburning stove. The kitchen is well equipped, including electric cooker, microwave and fridge. Comfortable and spacious living & dining areas with TV, CD player and hi-fi. The two bedrooms have pleasant garden views. The bathroom includes the w.c. and bath with shower above. Heating throughout the accommodation is by off-peak electricity (included in price).
There is an adjacent music room which may be rented in addition to the living accommodation. Visitors booking the Malt House only may rest assured that the music room will not be used during their stay.
Off-road parking is available. Children are welcome (well-stocked games cupboard provided!), but no smokers or dogs please.
The Malt House is a comfortable and delightful self catering holiday cottage situated near the border between the counties of Devon and Somerset, in the heart of Exmoor National Park (an area of outstanding natural beauty situated in south-west England). The self-catering holiday accommodation, with beds for up to 4 people, offers the perfect base for recreational activities such as walking, cycling, fishing, sailing, hiking, riding and painting, for exploring pretty local villages such as Dulverton, Dunster, Winsford, Exford and Porlock, and for simply enjoying Exmoor's beautiful valleys, moorlands and coastline. There is also an attached music room for the use of groups of musicians wishing to play during their stay at the Malt House.