Nestling at the foot of Dunkery Beacon, the highest point on Exmoor, in the Vale of Porlock, Luccombe is a wonderfully picturesque National Trust village that is mentioned in the Domesday Book. It is approx 4 miles from Minehead and 2 miles from Porlock.
Manor House is the original Rectory for the 14th century church next door and has its own private entrance to the church yard. The current house was substantially rebuilt in the 1840's. The gardens of Manor House are a horticulturist's dream and include a stunning selection of magnificent trees.
Manor House has 2 holiday let cottages that have been converted from the former Coach House. Both are extremely well appointed with modern well equipped kitchens and have free wi-fi access.
Luccombe Cottage has 2 double bedrooms and a family bathroom upstairs, with a kitchen and sitting/dining room downstairs. It has its own courtyard garden.
Horner Cottage has a double bedroom and ensuite upstairs, with a sitting room and kitchen/diner downstairs. It also has its own courtyard garden.
Booking is via AirBnB, listed by cottage name - Luccombe Cottage, Horner Cottage