The Square Holiday Cottage
The Square is one of a group of 3 cottages overlooking a pretty shrubbery, in a quiet corner just off Watchet centre street a few steps from the marina and steam railway, close to amenities such as a bank, restaurants, boutiques, pubs, PO, and Co-Op. A perfect base for exploring Exmoor and the Quantocks.
A home away from home, the cottage is nicely furnished with thoughtful touches throughout. With two bedrooms (one a double and one with 2 singles and a folding cot) it is perfect for a couple or small family.
Enjoy breakfast in the sun-filled kitchen/dining room, featuring an oak dining table and hand-carved antique sideboard. The kitchen area is equipped with an electric cooker and extractor fan, microwave, washing machine, and fridge. There's also a radio/CD player and a selection of CDs.
Relax in our cosy sitting room, fitted with a cottage style 3-piece suite, colour TV and DVD, Tiffany-style lamp, and attractive antique hand-carved furniture. There is an electric fire, books, games, and maps of the area.
Up the lovely wide staircase are two pretty bedrooms, one with a double bed, and one with two singles.
Both bedrooms have duvets, spare blankets, heaters if needed, and hanging and storage space.
The shower room has a shower cubicle, shaver point, electric fan heater and a heated towel rail in the corridor.
Children are welcome, though it is not suitable for toddlers. Small well-behaved dogs are welcome. Smoking is not permitted. Off-peak discounts, last-minute bookings and short breaks are available.
'The cottage is a treat !' -Dee and Keith, Cheltenham
West Somerset is a beautiful holiday destination, with activities and attractions for all tastes and weather – from beaches to quaint villages, horseback riding to fishing, antique shopping to Exmoor crafts, a vintage steam railway to a dramatic coastal walk, and historic sites from Dunster Castle to Coleridge's cottage.
The ancient little seaport of Watchet has a fascinating history told in two interesting museums, from the invasion of the Vikings to Romantic poet Coleridge, who was said to have composed The Rime of the Ancient Mariner here. Watchet offers a variety of activities to suit all interests and ages, including deep sea fishing, fossil hunting and several excellent cafes and restaurants, family-friendly pubs such as The Bell and Star Inn, Chives delicatessen, award-winning Albert's 'Ardware, and gift shops like Celtic Dreams. Its attractive marina and recently enhanced esplanade are a popular destination to relax
From Watchet you are in easy reach of Blue Anchor just 2 miles away with its pebbly beach and swimming pool, a fun excursion on the West Somerset Steam Railway. The long stretch of sandy beach at Minehead is just 6 miles, Tropiquaria zoo a few minutes away, cider farms such as Sheppy's in nearby Taunton, and a little further Cheddar Caves and Gorge, and Clarks Village outlet shopping in Street.
'A most attractive and comfortable well-equipped cottage, with great sense of style...Enjoyed staying in Watchet, local people are very friendly. What a nice week! Thank you.' —June and Trevor, Epsom
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This page was last updated: 27 September 2009