With fantastic views stretching across the Vale of Taunton Deane to Exmoor, the Brendon Hills, the Quantocks and beyond, Spring Cottage provides character accommodation for up to four people.
Perfect for those wanting to make the most of the countryside in this area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, it sits at the end of no through road with direct access on to Sampford Moor. This beautiful rural location makes it an ideal base for those who enjoy walking or cycling.
This pretty cottage is the perfect place to relax on warm summer evenings with its own private garden and sunny patio. The tranquil setting is ideal for a lazy week away, whether outdoors or in the cosy, 200 year-old cottage.
The property has easy access to the M5, providing a good base to explore the varied and interesting tourist attractions of the south west.
Kitchen with oven and separate 4 ring gas hob, fridge, washing machine, microwave, a kettle, toaster and iron.
Dining room with CD player and dining table for four guests.
Sitting room with TV with freeview channels, DVD player, board games, lots of books and enough seats for four.
Upstairs main bedroom with double bed, dressing table and a large double wardrobe.
Upstairs second bedroom with two single beds, wardrobe and bedside table.
Upstairs bathroom with toilet, shower and bath.
Airing cupboard on hall landing.
Parking is adjacent to the cottage.
Access to outside block shed with freezer, BBQ and ideal for storing outdoor equipment/bikes.
Amazing views over the Somerset and Devon countryside.
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Spring Cottage from Green Lane
Culmstock Beacon: 30 mins walk
Disabled Facilities: No.
Linen Provided: Yes. Towels provided (kitchen towel, tea towel and bath towels). Bed Linen £30 per stay.
Pets Allowed: Yes. The cottage is pet friendly with two small dogs being allowed (for a small additional charge per week [NB: except Guide dogs])
Central Heating: Yes. Fuel type: Oil
Open Fire: No.
Smoking Allowed: No. There is strictly no smoking within the property, but there is plenty of outside seating should you wish to.
Outdoor Facilities: Yes. There is a sunny patio in front of the cottage and your own private, quiet south facing garden, lawn and flowerbeds. There is also a separate seating area and you have access to the owner's 4 acre garden next door.
Local Services: Nearest pub (serving food) approx 1 mile
good range of local food shops, including cheese & wine shop, supermarkets in Wellington (10 mins drive). Also restaurants, cinema, leisure facilites and farmers' markets.
By Road From the North:
Follow the M5 south to junction 26 to Wellington. Take the third exit on the roundabout, signposted Wellington. Continue for approx .5 mile. At the next roundabout, take the first exit along A38 Wellington Bypass.
Continue along this bypass, through the speed restrictions. After 2.0 miles, you will see Buildbase a builders' merchants on your right. Turn left, opposite Bagley Road, at the staggered junction, signposted Hemyock. You should immediately enter the hamlet signposted Pleamore Cross. Take the first left, going over the motorway, first right and then third left, up the hill, signposted No Through Road. You will find Spring Cottage on your left, right the top of the hill, just after Broomstair, the owner's house. Park beside the cottage in the second drive.
From the South:
Follow the M5 north to junction 27 Tiverton and take the right exit off the roundabout, signposted Wellington.
Follow the A38 for 5 miles, passing the 'the Beambridge' public house on your right and going over the motorway. Then at the first mini roundabout, take the third exit leading around Wellington. Be aware that you will then be taking the first turn on the right, just before the Builders' Merchants and Bagley Road on your left. You will enter the hamlet of Pleamore Cross. Then take the first left,past the wicker sheep, going over the motorway, first right and then third left, up the hill, signposted No Through Road. You will find Spring Cottage on your left at the top of the hill, alongside Broomstair, the owner's house. Park beside the cottage, in the second drive.