A charming cottage attached to the owners’ own lovely home, set in rural West Somerset, in the hamlet of Burton, half a mile from the village of Shurton and ten miles from the town of Bridgwater.
This ground floor self-catering cottage offers couples or small families a most delightful base for which to explore the surrounding area, including the quiet beach which is only a short walk away.
The light and airy open plan living area with electric fire, small kitchen and dining area provides a comfortable place to relax on sunny days whilst admiring the view over the pretty south-facing garden and planning what to see and do in the area.
There are also two welcoming bedrooms, a double and a single, and completing the accommodation is a shower room.
There are plenty of fabulous walks on your doorstep, and within reach are the beautiful Quantock Hills, an Area of Outstanding Beauty, as well as the stunning Somerset coastal path.
Also nearby is Steart Beach and Nature Reserve which is very popular with birdwatchers.
Further afield you will find the beaches of Weston-super-Mare and Brean, the beautiful cathedral in the city of Wells, Cheddar Caves and the wild beauty of Exmoor, or you simply may wish to enjoy some retail therapy in the historic town of Taunton.
This lovely cottage has everything you need for a great breakaway all year round.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x single. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with electric fire.
About the location
Shurton 0.5 miles; Stogursey 1 mile; Watchet 10 miles; Bridgwater 11 miles
The hamlet of Burton lies approximately nine miles North West of Bridgwater near the beautiful Quantock Hills and the Somerset coastline, with a welcoming country pub with a restaurant in walking distance. Nearby, the village of Stogursey offers a range of useful amenities, including a friendly pub frequented by the locals, a Post Office and shops. This idyllic, rural area of Somerset is popular with keen walkers and cyclists, who enjoy exploring The Coleridge Way. This stunning, long distance trail leads through the Quantock Hills, the Brendon Hills and Exmoor, a landscape that inspired Coleridge to produce some of his best-known poetry. A visit to Shurton Bars Beach is a must, with a small, sandy foreshore, pretty rock pools and outstanding views across the Bristol Channel to South Wales and the Brecon Beacons. The Steart Marshes nature reserve is extensive and consists largely of tidal mudflats and saltmarsh, a haven for waterfowl and unusual waders. For fishermen, the local Burton Springs Fishery is one of Somerset's finest and most tranquil fisheries. With so much to see and do in the surrounding area, Burton is a wonderful base for exploring Somerset.