Courtyard Cottage

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£155.00 up to £235.00 per night as of 02/12/2023

CHARMING COUNTRY COTTAGE - Courtyard Cottage is a traditional, Grade-II listed cottage in the heart of Somerset. Surrounded by beautiful countryside and with its open-plan living, kitchen, and dining area, it's the perfect place for hearty breakfasts and much-needed catch-ups! Enjoy breakfast in the courtyard garden or simply relax with a drink as the sun sets. Perfect for pups, this cottage is an ideal base for exploring the West Country! Sleeps 4 🛏️ Dog-friendly 🐾 M

The highlights
A traditional, Grade-II listed cottage nestled in the beautiful South Somerset countryside, a stone’s throw from the Blackdown Hills, East Devon and Dorset AONBs. Space for four guests to stay under a thatched roof, surrounded by stone floors, oak beams and whitewashed walls.
The cottage's spacious and open-plan living, kitchen and dining area is a fantastic place for hearty breakfasts and evenings spent socialising into the night.
Dine alfresco in the courtyard garden or settle here with a drink as the sun sets in the evening.
Fully equipped and dog friendly, it’s the perfect, cosy base to explore the wonderful West Country.

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