The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.
A welcoming historic old coaching Inn set in the heart of the village. Dogs are welcome and there's a large garden with seating for warmer weather.
Kilve Beach sits halfway between Minehead and Bridgwater. A rolling grassy expanse meeting a rocky beach peppered with rock pools, Kilve is picnic paradise. A Site of Special Scientific Interest, the beach is also home to lots of fossils, including ammonites and reptile remains. Just remember, you are not allowed to dig them directly out of the cliffs though.
Most unusual beach in U.K we have visited. Fabulous views , need sturdy footwear for walking on the beach itself.
A four and a half mile countryside walk taking in quaint Somerset villages on the way. Start from The Cross in Nether Stowey and follow the directions on the Web site.
On the fringes of the Quantock Hills, Nether Stowey is a village where rural community spirit is alive and well – perhaps the fact that three busy pubs still thrive here is testament to this. The most famous former resident of Nether Stowey is the legendary poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge; his passion for walking the hills and valleys of this beautiful countryside is commemorated in the Coleridge Way, a magnificent 36 mile trail that crosses the Quantocks on its way to Exmoor.
The Ancient Mariner pub
Lovely for Sunday lunch although menu was limited to mainly roasts
'Great food in the heart of the Quantocks'. A traditional inn with a varied, locally sourced menu and real ales - the perfect Somerset stop-off. The interior is cosy and welcoming, yet spacious and well-renovated, with spotlights highlighting the traditional features.
Fantastic gastro pub
We are so lucky to have a fantastic gastro pub on our doorstep for all guests at Bashford Lodge to walk to. Open 7 days a week, for lunch and evening meals. Booking essential at the weekend.
Forty acres of loveliness including streams, temples, woodland and terraces. The garden features Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian influences.
Thoroughly enjoyed our afternoon at Hestercombe, beautiful gardens, waterfalls and views! Great shop too and dog friendly too.
Quite simply stunning , superb gardens and house . A beautiful location with superb views. The coffee shop is well worth a visit and the restaurant if you have more time .
All the staff were very friendly and gave an excellent impression.
This is exactly the way to manage these houses . Take note National Trust at Montacute . I know which house we shall return to .
Ideally located at the entrance to Greatwood Forest on the Quantocks, this former old calving shed has been transformed into a vibrant coffee shop. It's had an amazing re-vamp and is now a popular place with cyclists, walkers and everyone looking for a great place to eat cake!
Local veg and fruit boxes delivered to your door. Details of stock and availabilty are on their website so place an order now for the easy way to shop when you are on holiday.
This 18th century former coaching house is well situated between the Quantocks and Exmoor National Park. If you are out and about for day pop in for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Great local pub in Halse
Good atmosphere in this pub, with the locals. Good pub food, reasonably priced.
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