Quantock Cottage is a quirky cottage nestled in the foothills of the Quantocks, (an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty), in the pretty village of Stogursey. Oak beams, and an inglenook fireplace with wood burner adds to its appeal. The location is ideal for walking (Coleridge Way ), bird watching, fossil hunting at Kilve beach. Dunster, Lynton and Lynmouth are all within easy reach. Stogursey boasts a 12th century church, a castle with mote. The village pub is a short walk from cottage.
Tucked away in a peaceful location, this new open plan conversion was finished in September 2019. Completed to a high standard, this cosy space provides an idyllic hideaway. Stockland and Steart Marshes can be accessed immediately opposite the Snug and the coast is five minutes drive away. Ideal for country walks, cycling and bird watching. A selection of walks to explore are provided by the owners. Ample parking and use of owners tranquil garden for relaxation. Perfect escape for couples.
Cosy 1 bed converted dairy – part of a Grade II listed Somerset Long House on a small working livestock farm. Dog- Friendly. There is direct access to public footpaths across the farm land & common land leading to the Southwest Coastal Path. Lots of characterful original features, log burner, kitchen, large double bed, and Wi-fi. Nearby to many natural beauty spots, including the Quantock hills, Steart Marshes and the Jurassic coastline at Kilve beach (ideal for fossil hunters).