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This 16th century country house is on the slopes of the Quantock Hills, 15 miles from Exmoor National Park. It has quiet gardens, free Wi-Fi, free parking and a restaurant. Was all good - from the welcoming cup of tea and cake to lovely dinner and breakfast. Room was comfortable, quiet and clean. Highly recommend.
The Old House Cottages offers self-catering accommodations, located in Nether Stowey, 11 miles from Taunton. The converted cottages feature traditional character, and cozy living spaces. Gorgeous cozy cottage with STUNNING garden. Very friendly and informative owners.
In the village of Nether Stowey, The Old Cider House lies at the foot of the Quantock Hills, England’s first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Very clean, attention to detail, excellent breakfast with local produce and host’s jams. Lynne and Ian are wonderful engaging hosts. Ian’s “Coleridge Way Companion Guide” is a must.
Offering free Wi-Fi and ample free parking on site, Apple Tree Hotel is only 10 minutes' drive from Bridgwater, 30 minutes from Taunton and 20 minutes from junction 23/24 of the M5. A really good place to stay which I would recommend. The cooked breakfast was always done fresh for each person which is a great improvement on some of the buffet style breakfasts in larger hotels. The food was overall excellent as were the staff
Boasting a terrace, Quantock House Lodge offers accommodations in Holford with free WiFi and garden views. The property is 30 mi from Wells, and complimentary private parking is offered. Perfect location for walking in the Quantocks. Lovely spacious room with a large comfortable bed, modern bathroom and very well equipped kitchen. The Quantock lodge was ideal for our dog as it has its own private garden terrace.
In the heart of the peaceful natural beauty of the Quantock Hills, this lovely country house hotel has a convenient location, just off highway A39, within easy reach of Bridgwater, Minehead and... It was exactly as advertised, good value, good food, good staff what more can you say
Really depends on personal preference. We were on the trail of Coleridge and Wordsworth so for us it was ideal. Generally the area is scenically varied and beyond magnificent in places, offering excellent walking and biking with close proximity to the north Somerset coast and the county town Taunton. There is also a rich history and many interesting features to be discovered in the area, of which Culbone Church and Steart Marshes deserve special mention. We will look forward to returning when opportunity permits.
This is a very attractive village just off the A39 so the accommodation we were staying in was easy to find and had easy access to the main road. We stayed in The Ancient Mariner which had good food and beer and the accommodation was great value. The village had plenty of amenities, i.e. local shop, and also a great National Trust property (home of Samuel Taylor Coleridge) which was very interesting and well worth a visit.
A quiet, quaint village with interesting buildings including a National Trust property. We only stayed overnight for a wedding close by so didn’t have as much time to explore as we would have liked. It was within easy reach of main roads and the motorway so easy find.
Wonderful house and beautiful extensive gardens. Stayed in the Coleridge suite with the most comfortable huge bed. Breakfast was one of the best we’ve had and the hosts were welcoming and very accommodating. Off road parking was helpful in the tiny village. Would recommend driving 3 miles to the Hood Arms pub rather than the bland local pub food.
We used the short break of four days to visit a number of friends in the vicinity. The location was excellent from that point of view, and to find ourselves opposite Coleridge's cottage was a real bonus! The staff could not have been more welcoming and helpful, the meals that we had in the Mariner were superb (I gather that the two chefs are young, but their expertise and presentation was lovely) and very good value - the special offers each night were greatly enjoyed, and our accommodation was all that we could have wished. We will be visiting again, with a happy anticipation!
only stayed the one night, but the Ancient Mariner is the perfect place to stay and eat. The food was superb and the staff really friendly. The village is much bigger than I thought it would be and very quiet. Perfect for a quiet get away.
Very clean, attention to detail, excellent breakfast with local produce and host’s jams. Lynne and Ian are wonderful engaging hosts. Ian’s “Coleridge Way Companion Guide” is a must.
Was all good - from the welcoming cup of tea and cake to lovely dinner and breakfast. Room was comfortable, quiet and clean. Highly recommend.
The bed was huge and very comfortable and the breakfast good. It was very good value.