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.
The kitchen is fitted as a true home-from-home and is exceptionally well-equipped.
The master bedroom is spacious with a touch of luxury too.
The cottage is embraced by its wonderful garden - an absolute delight of colour and variety.
There is a Rayburn to add warmth and character to this farmhouse-style kitchen.
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 hand-held shower attachment. This room looks out over the pretty back garden.
There is a beautiful cottage garden at the front of the cottage where you can sit in peace and quiet listening to the sound of the little brook.
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.
This is the setting for the cottage at the heart of the conservation village of Holford, right on the edge of the Quantock Hills.
The cottage is cared for as deeply as the garden - just a delightful property which is beautifully looked after.
A little garden gate leads to the front door - there are two porches opening out onto the garden, the second is from the sitting-room.
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.

Brookside Cottage

2638

2.8 miles W of Nether Stowey / Sleeps 4 + cot*

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The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.