This former farm worker's cottage, believed to date back 200 years, has been lovingly restored to provide quality self-catering accommodation.
Set on the edge of the village of Shepton Beauchamp. The tranquil setting combined with excellent facilities provide an ideal base to enjoy a relaxing rural holiday.
The cottage sleeps 4 people: 1 double bedroom, 1 twin bedroom (which may also be arranged as a double (king)), living room with inglenook fireplace and log-burner, kitchen-diner, bathroom with electric shower, small enclosed courtyard. Pets accepted at a small extra charge.
Shepton Beauchamp has some excellent local facilities. There is a Post Office and General Store, a family-run deli and a lively local pub. The nearest market town is Ilminster, just 5 miles away, which should provide everything you need for your stay.
There are some beautiful walks around the village and surrounding countryside; one begins at the lane directly opposite the cottage. We are also on a National Cycle Route.
There are a wealth of interesting places to visit including the National Trust's Barrington Court (a pleasant walk across the fields) and historic Montecute House.
Inglenook fireplace with log-burner.
Close to National Trust Barrington Court and Monacute House.
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Blue Bedroom (Double)
Green Bedroom (Twin or King)
Disabled Facilities: No. Not suitable for the elderly or very young due to the open-tread stairs.
Linen Provided: Yes. Bed linen and towel provided
Pets Allowed: Yes. Pets welcome at a small extra charge
Central Heating: Yes. Fuel type: Electric
Open Fire: Yes. Fuel type: Wood
Smoking Allowed: No.
Outdoor Facilities: Yes. Very small courtyard to rear.
Local Services: Friendly local pub, Post Office and General Store and award-winning deli all within walking distance.
From the A303:
Exit at the South Petherton Roundabout towards Ilminster.
At the next roundabout, go straight across and immediately turn right. Follow the signs for Shepton Beauchamp.
Once in the village, bear right at the pub and continue along Lambrook Road until you pass Brimgrove Lane on your left.
Wayside Cottage is just after Brimgrove Lane on the left.
The nearest railway station is Crewkerne (8 miles).