Cottage in Taunton Somerset England
Moonfleat Cottage West Quantoxhead Taunton Somerset England Places To Stay Lodgings Accommodations
Host: Penny Maerton
Address: 22 Staple Hill Lane, Westquantoxhead, Taunton, Somerset TA4 4DQ England
Telephone: +44 (0) 7845 477716
Activities/Attractions: Somerset is "The Jewel of the South West" - a county of real contrasts ... home to the ruggedly beautiful Exmoor National Park and three Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty - varying landscapes and fascinating history make it a great place to escape to.
Long sweeping beaches and coastal resorts make for perfect family holidays and unique natural features such as the world famous Cheddar Gorge and Caves provide superb days out. The county is alive with history - Wells, the smallest city in England has a magnificent Cathedral, and Mystical Glastonbury Tor, topped by the tower of a ruined 15th-century church, offers unparalleled views.
A landscape dotted with cider orchards and traditional farms - no trip to Somerset would be complete without sampling two of the county's most famous exports; Cheddar cheese and delicious cider.
Westquantockhead is a quiet rural village. St Audries
Garage also has a shop. The Windmill Public House is
recommended for meals. A quaint church is opposite the
Windmill Pub. Quantock is known for its wildlife, especially
the red deer and Quantock ponies. With the Coleridge Way
passing literally past the front door, the area is wonderful
for walking, riding, cycling and wildlife watching.
Taunton is a thriving, forward-looking town where modern life sits alongside relics of its dramatic past dating back to Saxon times. The town is the retail capital of the county with all the top names in shopping, eating and drinking, as well as a wonderful mix of specialist and independent retailers. For evening entertainment the Brewhouse Theatre offers something for all tastes.
General Information: Welcome to Moonfleat Cottage ... a traditional 300 year old stone, cosy cottage in West Quantoxhead, Taunton, Somerset, England - in the beautiful Quantock Hills AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty), with panoramic views of Exmoor and across the Bristol Channel to South Wales.
Nestled on the Quantock Hills on a narrow lane going up to the plantation of "Staple Plain". Views are breathtaking over the landscape of the Brendons, Exmoor, North Hill, Minehead, Blue anchor and over to South Wales. The Coleridge Way runs past the front door. Glorious walks on the Quantock Hills. Plenty of Combes to explore plus the tracks on the top.
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