Tucked away in the picturesque village of Allerford, Cross Lane House is perfectly located for exploring Exmoor and the South West Coastal Paths. It is also great for cycling, horse riding, water sports & much more. It's an area that just keeps giving!
The Grade II listed hotel forms part of the 12,000 acre National Trust’s Holnicote Estate. Beautifully preserved, it’s popular with visitors all year round.
The property has three en-suite bedrooms which have been individually and lovingly designed with your comfort in mind, two of which are dog friendly - because it just seems wrong to leave them behind!
Keeping you Covid-19 safe at Cross Lane House
Although things may be a little different to usual, our aim is to ensure you have an enjoyable stay, with the same fun and relaxed atmosphere that we have always aimed to deliver (you are on holiday after all!)
We have been working hard, developing new, adapted working practices in accordance with guidelines set out by the uk government. We have implemented a number of enhanced processes including increased cleaning using our professional grade sanitising / fogging machine. As well as installing hand sanitising pumps which will be located in all public areas and guest rooms.
We are now taking bookings from Monday 13th July 2020, and we will continue to monitor the situation and adhere UK Government Guidelines.
Our Cancellation & Booking policy has been temporarily amended to give you flexibility and security during these uncertain times.
You can view it using the link below.
We really can't wait to welcome you back & whist we are carefully adapting our processes to keep you and our community safe, we aim to create the same fun, relaxed and welcoming environment that we always hope to deliver.
Stay safe & we'll look forward to seeing you soon.
Ellen and Billy
Picture this - Lazy mornings, winter walks, food fit for royalty and festive cocktails in front of log lit fires - Tempted?
WE HAVE BEEN BLOGGING!
PHYSICALLY DISTANCED, NOT SOCIALLY DISTANCED
The nature of Hospitality and what we do revolves around being sociable. Whilst we are putting in place a variety of 'social distancing measures' to reduce the risk of Coronavirus, we don't want to be socially distant from you - which is why we would rather use the term 'physically distant'. A better fit all round!
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