Toll House is a romantic and unique holiday home. A listed former toll house, it is small yet enchanting, dating back to the 18th century.
The property is on the quiet high street in the very friendly and attractive Somerset village of Nether Stowey which lies at the foot of the Quantock Hills, England's first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village is well supplied with 3 pubs, a post office, tea shop and grocery store. It is an ideal location for an outdoor break as the area is exceptional for walking, riding and the unspoilt countryside.
The village's poetic history is well documented, being a former home of Samuel Taylor Coleridge where he wrote the famous Kubla Kahn and The Rime of The Ancient Marina. William Wordsworth also lived just three miles away.
This holiday cottage at a glance
Sleeps two guests.
Wood burning stove.
Please be aware, there are steep stairs to the first floor.
Roadside parking only.
Sorry, no garden.
Sorry, no children or pets.
Minimum of a two night stay.
Slate floors and gothic windows.
Roll top cast iron bath.
The property is in close proximity to a beach.
Easily accessed from the M5 and 3 hours' drive from London.
Small baby in own Moses basket welcome.
Dual-fuel burner in sitting room.
Electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher.
Digital flat screen TV.
Attractions and nearby amenities
Enjoy walking the Coleridge Way, 36 miles of inland and coastal footpaths to Porlock.
A short drive away you will find the medieval village of Dunster set within the Exmoor National Park with a wealth of shops and restaurants. You may also like to visit The Castle, The Yarn Market, Tithe Barn as well as many other listed buildings within this popular village.
Slightly further afield you will discover the bustling, market town of Bridgwater and the Bridgwater Bay National Nature Reserve with ample, lovely walks and an abundance of wildlife.