Brompton Regis

Find the perfect Exmoor based holiday cottages near Brompton Regis on the western edge of Somereset. Featuring beautiful views of Exmoor, holiday homes in and around Brompton Regis are ideal for families or couples looking to take a holiday in this scenic area, which is within easy reach of Wimbleball Lake. When staying at a self-catering property near Wimbleball Lake, you can take advantage of the lake’s excellent onsite facilities, it is also a great location for walking, fishing and canoeing as the lake is part of the South West Lakes Trust and has recently been improved with a range of facilities that make it ideal for a day out, including a new activity centre. If you love water sports and enjoy Exmoor, staying in a holiday cottage near Brompton Regis is perfect, plus many of our Exmoor based self-catering cottages welcome dogs, so no need to leave anyone at home.  

Brompton Regis itself is close to the popular Exmoor town of Dulverton that retains a great deal of character and has some pretty cafes and restaurants. It is always popular with visitors during the summer months, as there are some wonderful walks along the river and places to enjoy a picnic. There are great range of places to visit near Brompton Regis such as the West Somerset Railway that departs from Minehead, as well as the larger towns of Taunton and Tiverton, which are close by.

If you are looking for a beautiful Somerset holiday cottage in Brompton Regis and the Brendon Hills, please do view our cottages available below and contact us if require any further information or would like to make a booking.

Cophole Farm
Cophole Farm
Cophole Farm

Cophole Farm

Cophole is a large farmhouse set high on the hill above Wimbleball Lake on Exmoor. Cophole has 7 bedrooms and sleeps 14 people, the living area is huge and there are two lounges and a play area with table football, so it's a great place for all the family to stay. Cophole is near Bromton Regis a small village on East Exmoor on the edge of the Brendon Hills. From Cophole you can explore Exmoor and all the small villages around and you can even reach the sea in under an hour.