In the heart of Haselbury Plucknett’s conservation area in Somerset, this delightful, Grade II listed terraced cottage dates back to the 15th century and is believed to be one of the oldest properties in the village.
Retaining lots of charm in its original features, including an inglenook fireplace, wooden floors, window seats and oak beams in the sitting room, as well as all the modern creature comforts you may need, the cottage makes the perfect romantic retreat for couples exploring this beautiful, unspoilt region.
There is a pleasant, galley-style kitchen, a sitting room with a dining area and a flame-effect electric fire, a utility room housing an additional ground floor WC, plus a spacious, first floor king-size double bedroom and en-suite.
Outside, there is a pleasant, decked patio up a few steps from the back door, where you can enjoy refreshments whilst you plan your day's adventures.
If you don't fancy cooking in the evening, take the short stroll down to the local pub which serves tasty, home-cooked food, local Somerset cider and real ale.
Walk the Parrett Trail, which winds its way through the scenic Somerset countryside towards Bridgwater, or spend a day out at the National Trust's historic Montacute House, where BBC’s Wolf Hall was filmed.
Take a trip to the Yeovilton Fleet Air Arm Museum and the Haynes Motor Museum, or spend a day exploring the Dorset Jurassic Coast, with its stunning coastal scenery and beautiful beaches.
This quaint, cosy cottage offers visitors a super holiday base in a charming, Somerset village location, to be enjoyed at any time of the year!