About the property 1 OF 3 PROPERTIES LOVELY FORMER CREAMERY IN ONE OF SOMERSETS MOST PICTURESQUE AREAS This charming compact semi-detached converted barn is conveniently situated off the A39 within the grounds of The Old Rectory and a short walk from Kilve s village shop. The wonderful rocky Kilve beach is 1 mile from the cottage enjoying a tea garden close by serving cream teas and snacks. The coast paths offer some of the finest scenery; from dramatic cliff-top walks to charming harbours to the popular sandy beach at the seaside town of Minehead. This is the perfect base for young families or couples wishing to explore the spectacular Quantock Hills and Exmoor National Park. The area has attractions to suit all tastes including The West Somerset Railway Dunster Castle The Clarks Village at Street Somerset World at Minehead and more. The old Roman city of Bath is also within easy reach. Shared utility room: with washing machine and tumble dryer ( 1 meter). Amenities: on-site parking. Bed linen electric and central heating included. Wi-fi available. Regret no smoking within the property. Location: beach 1 mile pub 1 mile drive and shop a few minutes walk. The accommodation is arranged on one floor with a two steps up to the entrance. The front door opens on to a hallway with boot and coat racks and offers TWO bedrooms: 1 double and 1 twin. Shower room: off the corridor with WC. Lounge/kitchen/diner: cosy sociable well-equipped room with cooker microwave fridge/freezer dishwasher TV with Freeview iPod dock and a DVD player. Outside: enclosed garden with seating and BBQ. 1 well-behaved dog is welcome. Additional information: Please just note that the living space is compact for 4 guests
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