An idyllic retreat for couples, Toll House in Nether Stowey is a charming one double bedroom 18th century property retaining plenty of period features and charm throughout. Local village amenities can be found a short walk away and the surrounding country area at the foot of the Quantock Hills is ideal for walking or horse riding. The village is just three hours drive from London and is famous as being once the home of Samuel Taylor Coleridge.
Ground floor: Sitting room with dining table, compact galley kitchen. Self catering facilities include an electric cooker, fridge/ freezer, dishwasher and microwave. The cottage has a flat screen digital TV.
Steep narrow stairs to double bedroom with 4'6'' bed and bathroom with spray attachment over roll top cast iron slipper bath and high level wc.
Roadside parking only. The property does not have a garden.
There is a telephone for incoming and emergency calls. BT charge calls are also accepted. The property has gas central heating.
Short breaks of two nights or more are available. No pets, babies or children.