In a beautiful wooded valley in the east Quantock Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Brookside Cottage is an idyllic getaway. This thatched semi-detached property lies within a conservation area, in a lovely sheltered position in the peaceful village of Holford. The cottage is the most tranquil of retreats, and there is a variety of fantastic walks into the Quantock Hills quite literally from its doorstep. A classic babbling brook runs on the other side of the garden wall and there is ancient woodland beyond. The exceptionally well-equipped kitchen/dining-room includes a Hotpoint cooker with halogen hob, and in winter the Rayburn's background heat ensures extra warmth. From the sitting-room a porch opens to the enclosed front garden.
Up the steep cottage staircase are two lovely bedrooms, one with a king-size bed and the other with two single beds, as well as a family bathroom with roll-top bath. Warm and cosy throughout the whole year, the cottage has heating to radiators provided by an oil-fired boiler and in the colder months the Rayburn heats the kitchen and also the hot water; when it is turned off in the summer, the immersion heater heats the water. Brookside Cottage is peaceful and secluded yet easily accessible along good roads and ideally placed for exploring this beautiful area, including the stunning Exmoor National Park and the north Somerset coast.
Cloakroom with WC and wash-basin
Kitchen/Dining-room with oil-fired Rayburn, electric cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer and washing machine/drier
Sitting-room with TV, Blu-ray DVD player and wood-burner effect electric stove
Bedroom 1 with king-size double bed (5')
Bedroom 2 with twin beds (3')
Bathroom with bath, hand shower attachment. WC and wash-basin
The stairs are steep but there is a handrail. Please note, the shower attachment in the bathroom is hand held and is not designed for stand-up shower use. *A cot is not provided, bring your own travel cot.
- Regret no pets
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Parking on road and public car park 150 yds
- Telephone (incoming and restricted outgoing only)
- No smoking
- Pub .5 miles
- Garden furniture
- Full oil-fired CH
- Oil for Rayburn
Brookside Cottage is a beautiful period property in a tranquil village setting, right on the edge of the Quantock Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The cottage-style yet elegant living-room is such a calm place to relax in.
There is a beautiful cottage garden at the front ot the cottage where you can sit in peace and quiet listening to the sound of the little brook.
The kitchen is fitted as a true home-from-home, exceptionally well-equipped.
This stunning period cottage has loads of traditional charm as well as being an excellent home-from-home.
There is a rayburn to add warmth and character to this farmhouse-style kitchen.
The back garden is just as beautiful and up the steps from the back of the house there is another gorgeous place to sit and relax.
Back inside the cottage the master bedroom is spacious and with a touch of luxury too.
The window looks out over the cottage garden and the woodland beyond.
Friendly touches can be found throughout the cottage.
Start your day in a leisurely way!
This is the twin bedroom with a lovely window seat.
You won't need to set the alarm clock!
The family bathroom is upstairs too with a bath and shower attachment. This room looks out over the pretty back garden.
This is the setting for the cottage at the heart of the conservation village of Holford, right on the edge of the Quantock Hills.
Looking down across the back garden.
The cottage is embraced by its wonderful garden - an absolute delight of colour and variety.
A little garden gate leads to the front door - there are two porches opening out onto the garden, the second is from the living-room.
The cottage is cared for as deeply as the garden - a beautiful property which is beautifully looked after.
The breathtaking views from high up in the Quantocks.
The closest beach is at Kilve in the West Quantock Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty - perfect for cliffside walks.
One of the fabulous walks in the Quantock Hills. You can see the Bristol Channel and Exmoor in this photograph.