Cross Lane House TA24
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0207 112 8984
Cross Lane House is a wonderfully preserved historic house dating from 1479, six years before the start of the Tudor dynasty. It retains its original plank and muntin oak screens and also features a Georgian Shell Display Cupboard, open fireplaces, cobbled courtyard and a medieval barn.
We are situated in Allerford off the A39, nestling at the foot of the ancient Selworthy Woods which are a network of pathways. Dunkery Beacon, the highest point on Exmoor, lies to the south, and the gentle River Aller flows beside Cross Lane House down to the famous Packhorse Bridge some 50 yards downstream.
The restaurant at Cross Lane House is closed during the winter season. However, we do offer a generous homecooked Sunday Lunch with meat from animals raised on Exmoor. Opening hours are Sundays 1300 till 1430 hours.One course costs 8.50 pounds.
Residents who wish to eat in-house can be catered for, albeit with a limited menu.
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The guest accommodation comprises only three character bedrooms - we have one double room complete with wig and blunderbuss cupboard for those of a nervous disposition at night (with washbasin). The twin room is a very large room which can be used as a family room, complete with washbasin. And finally we have a single room.
All rooms have tea and coffee making facilities.
Prices for Bed & Breakfast are Â£ 22.00 per person per night; there will be a 50% surcharge for single occupancy of a double or twin room.
From M5 off Taunton take raod to Minehead follow A39 towards Porlock. 1.5 miles from Porlock
Fresco: Front Garden