This detached stone holiday cottage has been converted from a former farm cider house and is situated within the owners’ grounds at the end of a short country lane at the foot of the Quantock Hills.
Totally refurbished in 2015 to a high standard, Cider Cottage provides a cosy retreat for two from which to explore rural Somerset or just enjoy the garden with its little stream passing through.
The ground floor has an open plan lounge, dining and kitchen area with a separate utility room with sink, washing machine and w.c. The kitchen has an electric oven and hob, dishwasher, microwave and large fridge/freezer.
Free WiFi is provided and guests are welcome to make use of the entire garden. If you'd like to light a barbecue you're welcome to do so and there's ample parking right next to the cottage. Sadly the cottage isn't really suitable for wheelchair users. Bedding and towels are provided as well as other essentials such as a hair dryer and ironing board.
From the lounge area, which looks out onto the garden, there is access onto a paved patio area with table and chairs. Stairs lead to a light and airy mezzanine bedroom area with an en-suite shower room and w.c. together with a walk-in wardrobe.
There is good walking and cycling from the cottage and on the adjacent hills. The popular West Somerset Railway is just 2 miles away for a nostalgic trip back to the days of steam.
The property is within easy reach of Exmoor, Dunster, the coast and the county town of Taunton. Shops are just three miles and there are plenty of good pubs in the area.
Cider Cottage is the perfect destination for a restful break or romantic getaway.