B and Bs in Wheddon Cross

Sundial House
Exmoor National Park
Wheddon Cross

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For quality Accommodation on Exmoor look no further than Sundial House.
Sundial House is a 17th Century country cottage and occupies a central position in the moorland village of Wheddon Cross, which at 1,000ft above sea level is the highest village on Exmoor.
The house is set in attractive gardens and has panoramic views over the Exmoor countryside. On a fine evening you can sit in the gardens and enjoy spectacular sunsets over Dunkery Beacon, which at 1750 feet is the highest point on Exmoor.

We want our guests to enjoy a relaxing and, above all, comfortable stay with us. The house is pleasingly furnished and decorated, with emphasis placed on a high standard of cleanliness. Full central heating ensures your comfort all year round.
Our guest bedrooms are all situated on the first floor. We have 1 double, 2 twins and a single. All rooms are en-suite (showers) and well appointed with hospitality tray, clock radio, hairdrier and television.


Ratings/Awards: ETC 4 Diamonds
Number of Rooms: 4
Number Ensuite: 4
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