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CIDER COTTAGE
COUNTRY GETAWAY

Cider Cottage is a converted cider house situated at the foot of the Quantock hills down a quiet country lane.

 

The 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 consists of an open plan kitchen, lounge and dining area with a separate utility room and W.C. The kitchen is well equipped and looks out onto a tranquil stream. The lounge opens out onto secluded gardens and a sunny patio with BBQ. Upstairs is a light and airy mezzanine bedroom with an en-suite bathroom with shower, basin and W.C.

 

There is good walking and cycling from the cottage and on the adjacent Quantock Hills. Bishops Lydeard station on the popular West Somerset Steam Railway is just three miles away. The property is within easy reach of Exmoor, the medieval village of Dunster, the Jurassic Coastline and the county town of Taunton.  Local shops are just three miles away and there are plenty of good pubs in the area; some within walking distance.

Cider Cottage is the perfect destination for a restful break, active holiday or a rural hideaway.

Highlights

  • Welcome hamper with a selection of local produce and homemade bread

  • Fibre Broadband

  • Large garden and sunny patio

  • Parking next to the cottage with an EV Charging Point (at cost)

  • BBQ (please bring own charcoal)

  • 2 country pubs within 2 miles

 

Availability & Price

Flexible arrival days. 2 night minimum stay.

To book please email: info@escapetothecountry.co.uk

Ts and Cs

Please click here to view our Booking Terms and Conditions​

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“Have loved our week at Cider Cottage. Lovely goodies on our arrival. Everything here we could possibly need and the cottage was spotless.”

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“A very relaxing holiday in this lovely cottage. Very comfortable, equipped with everything you need. Garden is a beautiful space to sit and relax. The welcome pack was a lovely thought and very much appreciated.”

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