This well-appointed Norwegian lodge set in 3.5 acres of grounds on the edge of the Quantock Hills, just two miles from the coastal town of Watchet and a great base to explore Exmoor and the Quantocks.
Nestled in the heart of Somerset and with far-reaching views of the Quantock Hills, this quaint wooden lodge is the perfect bolthole for a tranquil couples’ escape. You’ll find it tucked away within the spacious grounds of the owner’s home, with plenty of outside space to enjoy with your beloved canine companion. The area boasts an array of walking, cycling and horse riding routes, making it a fantastic spot for nature-lovers. You’re close to the beach too; St. Audries Bay is just 1 mile.
Enjoy a cosy retreat at this single-storey lodge, which is designed with an open-plan layout. Settle in for a comfortable evening in the lounge area, relaxing after a long day in front of the TV. Cook a romantic meal in the cleverly fitted kitchen, enjoying it alfresco on warmer evenings on the private decked area. This is a great spot for watching the sun go down too, so cuddle up under a blanket with Fido at your feet and take in Mother Nature’s greatest show. After all that exploring, all three of you will be ready for a good night’s sleep. Retire to the pretty double bedroom, where the next morning you’ll awake to lush countryside views.
Join the historic West Somerset steam railway just 1.5 miles away, journeying towards Minehead (11.5 miles) or Bishops Lydeard (10.5 miles). Dunster with its towering National Trust castle is a must-see (9 miles), while Exmoor National Park (5.5 miles) and the Quantock Hills on the doorstep are perfectly positioned for walkies and stick-chasing. Coastal canines will love North Somerset’s many beaches too: visit the sands at Blue Anchor Bay (5.5 miles), the harbour at Watchet (2.5 miles), or the rock pools at Kilve Beach (4.5 miles).
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.