Key Holiday Home Information:Dog-Friendly, up to 2 dog(s) welcome by arrangement.
Nearest Airport and Railway Station: Taunton Station Bristol Airport.
Nearest city or town: Bridgwater, Langport and Taunton, approximately 10 miles away.
Type of self-catering holiday: Self-catering cottages with excellent facilities for people with disabilities .
Short Breaks and weekend breaks: all year round
High quality cottages sleeping 2-4 people in the peaceful hamlet of Stathe near Bridgwater, Somerset. This area is the heart of the award-winning willow craft industry where willow is grown, stripped, boiled and fashioned into baskets and cane furniture. It is also part of the old cider-making area. Local walks include the River Parrett Trail and MacMillan Way but we keep maps and details of many trails from small strolls to longer hikes on the Quantock Hills. Why not walk to one of our local pubs or restaurants in Stoke St. Gregory or North Curry. One cottage offers wheelchair access and other facilities for the disabled, levels I and II, including drive-in shower. Well behaved stag parties and hen parties are welcome.
Entertainment and/or Leisure Facilities on Offer: Games Room , Hot Tub
Flexible changeover day: Yes
Recommended Attractions near Taunton: Vist the web site for suggestions of places to visit. The hamlet of Stathe lies between the villages of Burrowbridge known for the Mump" and Stoke St. Gregory (with its Willows and Wetlands Visitor Centre). This area is the heart of the award-winning willow craft industry where willow is grown, stripped, boiled and fashioned into baskets and cane furniture. It is also part of the old cider-making area. Local walks include the River Parrett Trail and MacMillan Way but we keep maps and details of many trails from small strolls to longer hikes on the Quantock Hills. Why not walk to one of our local pubs or restaurants in Stoke St. Gregory or North Curry. Come here to experience real peace and tranquillity, see the stars in the clear night sky and get up to the dawn chorus. Experience bird watching on the Levels (the RSPB reserve of West Sedgmoor, the Parrett estuary). Visit local gardens including Hestercombe, Barrington Court, Montacute House. Walk in the Mendip and Quantock Hills or on Exmoor, or visit Wookey Hole Caves, Wells Cathedral and Glastonbury Tor. Taunton town is a lovely old market town to explore. Langport is a small town with lots of small artisan shops / cafes, now also canoeing paddle boarding on the river. beaches at Burnham on Sea and Lyme Regis are 1 hours drive.
Good places to visit near Taunton: Many interesting places to visit in this part of the world. Houses and Gardens at Hestercombe, Barrington Court, Montacute, East Lambrook, Lytes Cary Manor. Potteries at Muchelney. If you're into sport, you may wish to visit Somerset Cricket Club or Taunton Racecourse. For the Arts there is Strode Theatre, Brewhouse Theatre, Bridgwater Arts Centre, and the Tacchi-Morris Centre. Several museums including: County Museum, Haynes Motor Museum, Fleet Air Arm. Slightly further afield, suggestions for day trips are: Clarks Village, Wookey Hole Caves, Cheddar Gorge and Caves, West Somerset Railway, Dunster Castle, Wells Cathedral, Glastonbury Tor and Abbey, Burnham-on-sea, Taunton, small town of Langport, Burrowbridge to walk up Burrow Mump and Stoke St. Gregory have tennis courts and large playing fields.More about the Location:
Annual Events: 11 October -17 November Winter Carnival season
Good places to eat near Taunton: Langport, North Curry, Stoke St Gregory, Taunton
Short Breaks: Yes, minimum 2 nights
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