Booking Accott Manor Holiday Cottages

The holiday cottages at Accott Manor are available to book all year round, so whether you fancy a seven night break in the summer or a long weekend in the winter we hope you will choose to stay at one of these lovely self-catering properties.

Booking one of the cottages at Accott Manor is quick and easy with our online booking calendar, simply select your desired arrival day followed by the number of nights you wish to stay, a price will be quoted. If you are happy with the price and dates selected please click on the highlighted ‘Book Now’ button to be directed to the online booking form. Alternatively, please contact My Favourite Cottages via email or on 01271 377 432 and a member of the team will be happy to help.

Only one dog is accepted in the Hen House, Shepherd's Shed or The Tallet. There is a small fee to bring a dog to cover additional cleaning and wear and tear.

If looking to book The Tallet for a reduced occupancy price, choose six or less guests after selecting dates. If booking The Tallet at a reduced occupancy rate, only the first floor bedrooms and bathroom will be available, to enjoy the full house and ground floor bedrooms/bathrooms, The Tallet must be booked as a whole.

Parties (hen/stag etc) are not allowed at Accott Manor

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To secure a booking we require a 30% deposit with the outstanding balance due eight weeks prior to arrival. A small booking fee is also applied at the time of booking to cover the administration and processing of each booking made. Payment methods accepted include PayPal, credit/debit card, bank transfer and cheque.

If you have any questions or would like more information on any of the cottages at Accott Manor please contact My Favourite Cottages, a small agency based in North Devon that manages our bookings and enquiries. The team are familiar with the cottages and are happy to assist you with any queries you may have. My Favourite Cottages are available seven days a week from 9am to 8pm and can be contacted using one of the following methods: