Family run 4 bedroom guest house in the historic village of Nether Stowey at the foot of the Quantock Hills in West Somerset. All rooms are ensuite with flat screen TV and tea & coffee making facilities. Our food is locally sourced with meat from our local butcher and breakfast with free range eggs. Evening meals are served if booked in advance. We are fully licensed with our own micro-brewery on site.
We have our own gated car-park with bike washing facilities and a drying room.
Nether Stowey lies just off the A39 between Bridgwater and Minehead with easy access to the M5. The village was home to the poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge whose cottage is now owned by the National Trust (open March - October). Nether Stowey also boasts several pubs, shops and cafes.
The Quantock Hills just outside the village were the first area in England to be designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. From the moorland tops there are excellent views of the Mendips, Exmoor and the Brecon Beacons.
Take a scenic drive along the A39 to Exmoor National Park to the villages of Watchet and Dunster. Drive up the infamous Porlock Hill and onto the seaside town of Lynmouth.
All rooms: £85 per night based on double occupancy. For single occupancy rates pleas enquire.
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Lynne Abbott: 25 Castle Street