Toll House

Nether Stowey, Somerset, England

An enchanting listed 18th century Toll House providing a unique romantic stay near the Quantock Hills.

Key Points

  • Romantic retreat for 2, lies at the foot of Quantock Hills - Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
  • Enchanting listed former toll house dating back to 18th century comes with slate floors and gothic windows.
  • Set in the charming village of Nether Stowey with everything within walking distance & beaches 15 mins drive away.

Description

Toll House is an enchanting listed former toll house that dates back to the 18th century. The property provides a romantic and unique environment in the Somerset village of Nether Stowey for 2 guests.

On the ground floor there is a sitting room with TV and dining table along with a dual-fuel burner (along with central heating) to keep you warm & toasty. The well equipped compact galley kitchen can also be found on this floor and has all the mod cons you could need. Up the steep narrow stairs is the double bedroom and bathroom with spray attachment over a roll top cast iron slipper bath and high level WC. Toll House is equipped with stunning slate floors and gothic windows which add to the romance! 

This romantic retreat is set on the calm High Street in the village of Nether Stowey, which lies at the foot of England’s first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Quantock Hills. Everything is within easy walking distance, the charming village is home to 3 pubs, a post office, tea shop and grocery store. There are a number of beaches to visit just under 15 minutes drive away. 

Surrounded by unspoilt countryside, the area is perfect for outdoor activities such as walking, cycling and horse riding. Nearby attractions and amenities include 36 miles of inland & coastal footpaths to Porlock, the medieval village of Dunster set within the Exmoor National Park - where you can visit The Castle, The Yarn Market, Tithe Barn as well as many other listed buildings. Slightly further away than Dunster is the market town of Bridgwater and the Bridgwater Bay National Nature Reserve, an exceptional location for long walks and appreciating the abundance of wildlife.

Minimum of a 2 night stay with minimum 3 nights in July and August. Sorry no children or pets, however a small baby in its own Moses basket is welcome. Roadside parking only.

The location on the map is approximate.

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Room Types

Double

Features

Accessibility

 Not suitable for those with mobility issues

Bathroom

 Bath

 Shower

 Sink

 Toilet

Amenities

 Dining area

 Heating

 Woodburner

Nearby (within 5 miles)

 Beach

 Country walks

 Local shop

 Pub / Bar

 Pub within walking distance

 Restaurant

 Shops

Entertainment

 TV

On Arrival

 Welcome pack

Kitchen

 Dishwasher

 Freezer

 Fridge

 Hob

 Kettle

 Kitchenware / Utensils

 Microwave

 Oven

 Toaster

Young Children

 Not recommended for children under 10

Nearest Airport/s

Bristol


Content updated on 18th January 2022 by Louise Catterall, Content Editor at QuirkyAccom