Cophole, a spacious seven bedroom farmhouse sits within the borders of the Exmoor National Park and within easy walking distance of Wimbleball Lake.
This beautiful house comfortably accommodates up to 14 and is the ideal holiday home for large families or groups of friends.
Downstairs at Cophole there is a choice of sitting rooms, including one designated for the adults with a flat screen TV and a wood-burning stove, and a second that is perfect for family gatherings with large comfy sofas, a big wood-burning stove and a large TV complete with games console. Off the main family sitting room is a games area fitted with table football and small pool table.
Meals can easily be prepared in the large, well-equipped kitchen. Appliances in the kitchen include an American style fridge/freezer, a dishwasher, a coffee machine, an electric hob and an oven.
For dinner relax in the dining room located near the rear of the property, where there is even a piano!
There are seven bedrooms at Cophole, the first of these is a pretty double located on the ground floor of the house. The other bedrooms are situated upstairs and spread along a lovely bright corridor. The first floor bedrooms include a twin, a single, a double, two doubles with en-suite bathrooms and a trip with double bed and additional single. The bedrooms share three family bathrooms, including one with vintage roll top bath and two with showers.
Outside Cophole has a wonderful large garden with plenty of privacy thanks to mature hedgerows. The garden is the perfect place to have a summer BBQ or relax and enjoy the views of the National Park. A wooden climbing frame is also included in the garden.
Cophole is set within a 400 acre working estate where horses for eventing and showjumping are bred. There are also sheep and other farm animals to see when staying at the farm.
Wimbleball Lake is only a short walk from Cophole and is a designated dark skies discovery site, meaning beautiful starlit skies are a guarantee. The lake is also used for a number of land and water based activities, including sailing, canoeing, windsurfing, high ropes, walking and cycling.
If venturing out for a day exploring the local area you won't be disappointed. Within a half hours drive of the house are some of the North Somerset's best beaches, including Minehead and Porlock. Alternatively, there are some very pretty villages to discover such as Dunster and Dulverton.
Whilst staying at Cophole spend time exploring the beauty of Exmoor by visiting some of its popular hotspots, including Tarr Steps and Landacre Bridge. Exmoor can be enjoyed by foot, bike and horse, or from the comfort of your own car.
Seasonal Price Guide
|£1781.25||£1875||Friday 28th September 2018||Thursday 18th October 2018|
|£2275.25||£2395||Friday 19th October 2018||Thursday 25th October 2018|
|£1282.5||£1350||Friday 26th October 2018||Thursday 20th December 2018|
|£2850||£2850||Friday 21st December 2018||Thursday 3rd January 2019|
A Really Beautiful House. by <ike & Sophie Morland, Sandwich, March 2016 on March 31st 2016
"A really beautiful house,location with wonderful views.the added bonus was our farm tour& being fortunate enough yo be there at the start of the lambing season and feeding the baby lambs which I know Gigi will nor forget. We have all had a peaceful rest . Would love yo come again."
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Cottage added 5th February 2016