A modern and welcoming cottage, in a dreamy setting is waiting for you… nestled close to the Quantock Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Meadow View is one of two cottages tucked away in a fabulously secluded location. Coursley Farm is really quite a magical setting and there are a number of glorious walks right from the doorstep. At night all will fall silent, apart from the snuffling of wildlife, and be sure to do a bit of star gazing as the lack of light pollution makes for a special display.
Special holiday memories are sure to be made in the open plan living area, whether it be enjoying family meals, or cosying up on the sofa; making the most of that quality time. When the sun is shining, throw open the patio doors and soak up the evening rays as you dine al fresco. Beyond your patio and cottage, there is plenty of land, belonging to the owners, which you are most welcome to explore, or have a picnic in. Super-comfy beds await you in the two upstairs bedrooms and the peaceful setting assures you of an excellent night's sleep.
For groups of up to eight guests, there is the option of booking both Meadow View and The Stables (4612) together. The properties are attached to each other but both remain private with separate entrances and secluded, individual patios. The friendly owners live in the nearby farmhouse but will be sure not to disturb your well-deserved break.
Should you be able to tear yourself away from this tranquil spot then there is plenty to see and do nearby. The Quantocks are adorned with footpaths and bridleways, as well as a plethora of areas to mountain bike. The views throughout this 9,500 acres of woodland and moorland are stunning and on a clear day you can see right across the Bristol Channel to the hills of south Wales in one direction and across the Vale of Taunton towards Exmoor National Park in the other.
The West Somerset Steam Railway is sure to delight children and adults alike and the station at Bishops Lydeard is just six miles away. If you are looking to get your toes sandy then head to Blue Anchor beach (less than 30 minutes in the car) and be sure to stop off via Dunster, a medieval Exmoor village with imposing National Trust castle.
Meadow View is simply in an excellent location and returning back to this gorgeous cottage each day will be the cherry on the top of your Somerset holiday.
Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. TV. Electric hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge, washing machine/drier and dishwasher
Bedroom 1 with double bed (4"6'), TV and en suite Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 2 with twin beds (3')
Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Please keep your dog on a lead in the area directly around the cottages and in the horse's paddock. Once you are through the horse's paddock feel free to let your dog off. There are some low door frames and sloping ceilings on the first floor so please take care. *A cot is not provided, please bring your own travel cot.
- Dogs welcome
- Arrive/Depart Saturday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 2 cars
- No smoking
- Pub 2.5 miles
- Patio furniture
- Full gas-fired CH (under-floor)
Meadow View and The Stables are adjoined but both cottages have their own private patio areas.
The open-plan living space is fantastic for socialising.
Peaceful countryside views from your private patio area.
Lie in bed and admire the view!
Super comfy beds and a view over the meadow, bliss.
Miles of countryside just waiting to be explored.
Spacious and inviting, Meadow View is a fabulous base for your Somerset holiday.
Oh so comfortable and cosy.
There is a modern shower-room on the first floor.
Cooking up holiday meals will be a treat.
A cosy spot to rest your head.
Lovely touches throughout this delightful cottage.
The resident horse may say hello but please do not feed him.
What a spot!
The fabulous West Somerset Steam Railway will delight children and adults alike.
Stunning Dunster Castle in all its medieval glory.
Kilve Beach is in the West Quantock Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The views across the Quantock Hills are quite special.