A self catering holiday in Nether Stowey, Quantock HillsTHE OLD HOUSE COTTAGES
St Mary Street,
Nether Stowey,
Somerset
TA5 1LJ

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Sleeps: 2 - 4.
Travel cot up to 3 years.
Small dogs welcome.
No smoking.

Price range: £295 - £650 pw.

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For further details please contact:

Manor & Ann Scourfield
Tel: 01278 732392
Last minute vacancies during weeks starting:
20 Jul, 27 Jul, 3 Aug, 10 Aug, 17 Aug, 24 Aug


The Old House is set in the heart of the delightful conservation village of Nether Stowey which nestles on the edge of the Quantock Hills. It was this area of Somerset that provided inspiration for the poet Samuel Coleridge and his great friends the Wordsworths.

The Old House Cottages offer unique self-catering accommodation both in the main house and in the grounds of this listed property.

The Stable cottage has been converted from part of the old coach house. It is a very pretty rose covered property and lies across the courtyard overlooking the garden. Our guests always comment on the character and charm of the interior.

The Garden Wing adjoined to the Old House is another very popular property with easy access as it lies on the ground floor. Overlooking the wonderful garden this accommodation offers a double bedroom and a very large beamed sitting room with a working Tudor inglenook for those chilly evenings.

House Keeper's Quarters: The second floor of the main house takes a step back in history to the old House Keeper's Quarters. This very spacious apartment occupies the entire top floor of The Old House with far reaching views across the village. The property offers two large double bedrooms and a well equipped kitchen as well as the quite unique barrel roofed sitting room which rests in the eaves which has enchanted so many of our guests.

All the properties have been refurbished by the new owners to a very high standard whilst care has been taken to preserve the historical nature and charm of the old buildings.

It was in the main house that Samuel Taylor Coleridge visited many times and it was here that he wrote his famous 'Recollections of Love' after the breakdown of his marriage. The acre of wonderful walled garden still today offers that same air of tranquillity and is very much enjoyed by our guests.

Please visit our website for further details and availability.
 
Last minute vacancies during weeks starting:
20 Jul, 27 Jul, 3 Aug, 10 Aug, 17 Aug, 24 Aug



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THE OLD HOUSE COTTAGES
St Mary Street,
Nether Stowey,
Somerset
TA5 1LJ

__________________

Sleeps: 2 - 4.
Travel cot up to 3 years.
Small dogs welcome.
No smoking.

Price range: £295 - £650 pw.

__________________

For further details please contact:

Manor & Ann Scourfield
Tel: 01278 732392
Last minute vacancies during weeks:
20 Jul, 27 Jul, 3 Aug, 10 Aug, 17 Aug, 24 Aug


The Old House is set in the heart of the delightful conservation village of Nether Stowey which nestles on the edge of the Quantock Hills. It was this area of Somerset that provided inspiration for the poet Samuel Coleridge and his great friends the Wordsworths.





The Old House Cottages offer unique self-catering accommodation both in the main house and in the grounds of this listed property.

The Stable cottage has been converted from part of the old coach house. It is a very pretty rose covered property and lies across the courtyard overlooking the garden. Our guests always comment on the character and charm of the interior.

The Garden Wing adjoined to the Old House is another very popular property with easy access as it lies on the ground floor. Overlooking the wonderful garden this accommodation offers a double bedroom and a very large beamed sitting room with a working Tudor inglenook for those chilly evenings.



House Keeper's Quarters: The second floor of the main house takes a step back in history to the old House Keeper's Quarters. This very spacious apartment occupies the entire top floor of The Old House with far reaching views across the village. The property offers two large double bedrooms and a well equipped kitchen as well as the quite unique barrel roofed sitting room which rests in the eaves which has enchanted so many of our guests.

All the properties have been refurbished by the new owners to a very high standard whilst care has been taken to preserve the historical nature and charm of the old buildings.

It was in the main house that Samuel Taylor Coleridge visited many times and it was here that he wrote his famous 'Recollections of Love' after the breakdown of his marriage. The acre of wonderful walled garden still today offers that same air of tranquillity and is very much enjoyed by our guests.

Please visit our website for further details and availability.
 






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