Email: info@huntingball-lodge.co.uk
© Huntingball Lodge Ltd 2017
SELF CATERING APARTMENTS  Huntingball Lodge Blue Anchor, Somerset, TA24 6JP, Tel: 01984 640076
This elegant and quiet country house comprises three high quality self catering holiday apartments superbly situated on the edge of Exmoor National Park and overlooking Blue Anchor Bay. Standing in an elevated position in its own park-like grounds of 1.5 acres (including an 18 hole putting green) and where from every apartment there are the most spectacular and far reaching views across the bay and along the Somerset coastline and the surrounding Exmoor countryside.  From the house you can also see Dunster Castle emerging through the trees, right across the Brendon Hills and on a clear day right up to Dunkery Beacon (the highest point on Exmoor). The beach is just a 3 minute walk and also within an easy stroll there are two pubs, small convenience store, cafe and a small indoor swimming pool. Railway enthusiasts will love the West Somerset Steam Railway, which runs between Bishops Lydeard and Minehead, and which stops at the station at the far end of Blue Anchor Bay just a 15 minute walk from the house. Here at Huntingball we pride ourselves on exceptional levels of cleanliness and service and this is reflected by our extremely high percentage of repeat business and we strongly believe in providing a personal service at all times.  Each apartment is exceedingly spacious, well-furnished and uniquely individual in design and all benefit from their own large private patio or roof terrace from which to enjoy the stunning views.  Free WIFI is available.  Well behaved dogs are also welcome. Call us for the best deals on any Last Minute Late Availability  PLENTY TO DO, SEE AND ENJOY IN THIS OUTSTANDING LOCATION If you enjoy walking, from the house you can walk along the coastpath to the lovely small harbour town of Watchet and come home inland via the path along the mineral line and the old Cleeve Abbey Priests path. A walk to the medieval village of Dunster with its castle starts along the coast and then inland, going through the deer park and coming out at the pretty pack horse bridge at the bottom of the village from where you can then explore all the shops and cafes and the medieval Yarn Market and Castle.  From both these walks you could opt to take the lazy way home by taking the steam train back to Blue Anchor.  Just a 20 minute drive along the coast is the picturesque village of Porlock and Porlock Weir and you can stop enroute to visit Selworthy and enjoy a cream tea.  From the village of Porlock after ascending its infamous hill there are stunning views to be enjoyed all along the coast road leading to the towns of Lynton and Lynmouth where you can have a ride on the cliff railway which links the two towns and then go on to explore the Valley of the Rocks.  Exmoor is such a wonderful place to explore as you can go from wooded coombes to open moorland and then coast all within one walk, cycle or drive.   There is so much to do and see, no matter what the season, in this beautiful part of the country, from visiting the picturesque and historic towns and villages, walking, riding, cycling through the unspoilt countryside and across the moors or taking a trip on the Steam Railway.  You could just simply curl up with a good book in the comfort of your apartment and admire the spectacular views (with perhaps a glass of the famous local cider!).  You will be spoilt for choice. BRIAN & KIM HALL LOOK FORWARD TO HOPEFULLY HEARING FROM YOU AND THEN WELCOMING YOU TO HUNTINGBALL LODGE
SELF CATERING APARTMENTS Huntingball Lodge Blue Anchor, Somerset, TA24 6JP Tel: 01984 640076  Email: info@huntingball-lodge.co.uk
© Huntingball Lodge Ltd 2017
This elegant and quiet country house comprises three high quality self catering holiday apartments superbly situated on the edge of Exmoor National Park and overlooking Blue Anchor Bay. Standing in an elevated position in its own park-like grounds of 1.5 acres (including an 18 hole putting green) and where from every apartment there are the most spectacular and far reaching views across the bay and along the Somerset coastline and the surrounding Exmoor countryside.  From the house you can also see Dunster Castle emerging through the trees, right across the Brendon Hills and on a clear day right up to Dunkery Beacon (the highest point on Exmoor). The beach is just a 3 minute walk and also within an easy stroll there are two pubs, small convenience store, cafe and a small indoor swimming pool. Railway enthusiasts will love the West Somerset Steam Railway, which runs between Bishops Lydeard and Minehead, and which stops at the station at the far end of Blue Anchor Bay just a 15 minute walk from the house. Here at Huntingball we pride ourselves on exceptional levels of cleanliness and service and this is reflected by our extremely high percentage of repeat business and we strongly believe in providing a personal service at all times.  Each apartment is exceedingly spacious, well-furnished and uniquely individual in design and all benefit from their own large private patio or roof terrace from which to enjoy the stunning views.  Free WIFI is available.  Well behaved dogs are also welcome. Call us for the best deals on any Last Minute Late Availability  PLENTY TO DO, SEE AND ENJOY IN THIS OUTSTANDING LOCATION If you enjoy walking, from the house you can walk along the coastpath to the lovely small harbour town of Watchet and come home inland via the path along the mineral line and the old Cleeve Abbey Priests path. A walk to the medieval village of Dunster with its castle starts along the coast and then inland, going through the deer park and coming out at the pretty pack horse bridge at the bottom of the village from where you can then explore all the shops and cafes and the medieval Yarn Market and Castle.  From both these walks you could opt to take the lazy way home by taking the steam train back to Blue Anchor.  Just a 20 minute drive along the coast is the picturesque village of Porlock and Porlock Weir and you can stop enroute to visit Selworthy and enjoy a cream tea.  From the village of Porlock after ascending its infamous hill there are stunning views to be enjoyed all along the coast road leading to the towns of Lynton and Lynmouth where you can have a ride on the cliff railway which links the two towns and then go on to explore the Valley of the Rocks.  Exmoor is such a wonderful place to explore as you can go from wooded coombes to open moorland and then coast all within one walk, cycle or drive.   There is so much to do and see, no matter what the season, in this beautiful part of the country, from visiting the picturesque and historic towns and villages, walking, riding, cycling through the unspoilt countryside and across the moors or taking a trip on the Steam Railway.  You could just simply curl up with a good book in the comfort of your apartment and admire the spectacular views (with perhaps a glass of the famous local cider!).  You will be spoilt for choice. BRIAN & KIM HALL LOOK FORWARD TO HOPEFULLY HEARING FROM YOU AND THEN WELCOMING YOU TO HUNTINGBALL LODGE