The village and civil parish of Crowcombe lies at the western foot of the majestic Quantock Hills, England's first designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Soft rolling countryside seemingly without end surrounds you, yet the county town of Taunton is close at hand.
In Triscombe is The Hayloft, a beautiful, newly converted barn, in the quadrangle of the popular Stable Cottage Tea Rooms.
As you enter, prepare to be greeted with breathtaking views of the Great and Marrow Hills just beyond.
The wow factor continues through this stylish home.
On the ground floor a superb kitchen/dining area leads to a lofty lounge with original beams, vaulted ceiling and a wood burning stove.
Also on the ground floor is the spacious master bedroom which has an en-suite shower room with lavish double walk in cubicle.
On the first floor a twin bedded room with Juliet balcony is perfect for enjoying the spectacular view.
This room also has its own en-suite facilities.
At the rear of the property, is a large private garden which looks over the Quantocks.
After a long journey, what could be better than to sit and enjoy a cream tea in such splendid surroundings?
Ground Floor: Kitchen/Diner. Lounge. Bedroom 1 with king-sized bed and en-suite shower room with cubicle, WC and washbasin. First Floor: Bedroom 2 with twin beds and en-suite bathroom with bath, shower, WC and washbasin.
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About the location
Taunton 10 miles; Burnham-on-Sea 21 miles
A stunning village and civil parish set in the Quantock Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Crowcombe covers the hamlets of Crowcombe Heathfield, Flaxpool, Halsway, Lawford and Triscombe. This is a great place for an outdoor holiday with the Quantocks on your doorstep, as well as the Exmoor National Park within driving distance. Crowcombe itself is a place of great beauty, it has many stunning and historical buildings from the 14th century, Grade I listed Church of the Holy Ghost to the ancient village cross which is Grade II* listed. In terms of facilities, the village has an excellent food pub in the Carew Arms, a lovely village shop and the Crowcombe Village Hall which offers lots of things including the screening of a film twice a month in case you get stuck in on a rainy day. The surrounding area offers everything for visitors, the town of Taunton offers great architecture and a good selection of amenities, whilst Burnham-on-Sea is also easily accessible should you fancy a day by the beach.