This beautiful, thatched stone cottage is bursting with charm and character and provides a great taste of rural life. Set at the foot of the Quantock Hills with breath-taking walks and spectacular views nearby.
This perfect rural retreat is ideal for a couple’s getaway or for simply enjoying the wealth of historical places of interest in the area. Set at the foot of the Quantock Hills just a short drive to Exmoor National Park it is perfect for those wishing to walk or cycle this awe-inspiring landscape. Visit the pretty seaside town of Watchet, explore the marina and excellent range of cafes, restaurants, pubs and shops, or visit Blue Anchor with its sandy beach. Take a trip on the historic West Somerset steam railway which runs from Minehead to Bishops Lydeard. Explore the coastal town of Minehead and visit the pretty village of Porlock. Dunster with its National Trust castle towering above it is a must see.
This stone thatched cottage is beautiful bolthole for those who want to get away from it all. Enter through the private gated entrance and follow a path to this delightful property. Once through the front door you are welcomed into the lounge with French doors opening into the garden. Settle in for a snug evening with a feast, a bottle of wine and a film on the TV in front of the roaring wood burner. Step up into the kitchen/diner which is cleverly fitted with an electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge with ice compartment, dishwasher and washing machine, perfect for cooking a lazy breakfast in bed, or a scrumptious supper. From the lounge there is a slight slope to the double bedroom through a traditional cottage style restricted head height doorframe where you can sleep tight after a busy day exploring. There is also a little ‘useful’ room with hanging space and room for suitcases etc. Completing the accommodation is a shower room which has a step up to it and has a shower and WC.
Outside you will find a secluded garden, with al fresco dining furniture and views to the Quantock Hills. Here you can enjoy the sunshine with your favourite drink whilst planning the next day’s adventures. There are ponds and a stream that run along the bottom of the garden. There is ample parking close to the property. There are also redundant stables where you can store bikes.