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Cottage | 2 Bedrooms | sleeps 3

Excellent 5/5 

Short stays welcome

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from £45 /night

£315 - £630 / week

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Key info:

  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car advised
  • No pets allowed
delightful cottage in pretty village of martock this cosy cottage is located in a quiet spot in the heart of the village close to several quaint pubs and village shops. It has a really old fashioned, traditional village feel. there are a number of old buildings in martock, some are grade i and ii listed buildings built in ham stone, which gives the buildings a warm golden hue which the village is known for. The ham stone is quarried in nearby ham hill with the lovely ham hill country park having one of the largest iron age hill forts in europe, with the park offering pathways to explore. There are also many interesting homes and gardens in close proximity to the village of martock, all of which offer delightful sights and magnificent historical buildings. Walkers will be spoilt for choice, for a panoramic view of south somerset go to the top of burrow hill and, for a treat, visit the cider farm at the base of the hill, where you can see the age old traditional method of producing apple cider. For those looking to explore further afield, there is much to see and do with the town of street and the cathedral cities of bath and wells to the north, yeovil to the east, weymouth on the south coast and the lace making town of honiton to the west. All in all, a great spot to relax and enjoy all that somerset has to offer. the cottage has two bedrooms: accessed via a cottage-style staircase, both have low beams, exposed stonework and velux windows, 1 double and 1 single with room for a travel cot. Shower room: with sloping ceiling and low beams, bi-folding door, fully tiled shower, wc and heated towel rail. Lounge: with leather sofa, large flatscreen tv and dvd. Conservatory with dining table and hi-fi. Kitchen: with fridge/freezer, microwave, washing machine, electric oven with gas hob, wall mounted tv and separate island unit/breakfast bar with stools. Outside: a few steps across a shared gravel path is a private garden that has a decked area with seating and built-in bbq. Amenities: allocated parking for 1 car. Free roadside parking available. Bed linen, electric and central heating included. Towels for hire. Wi-fi available. Regret no smoking. Regret no pets. Location: shop, small bakery and a handful of pubs all within walking distance.  …see more

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