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County - Somerset
Tel code: 01984 | code search
Postcode: TA23 | code search
Population: 4100
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Watchet on Bridgwater Bay is a pleasant coastal town with its own little harbour, its maritime history celebrated in the town museum. The settlement is also the terminus of the preserved West Somerset Railway... Read More.

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Doniford Bay Holiday Park

Doniford Bay Holiday Park
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Doniford Bay Holiday Park offers you a warm West Country welcome, with days of fun for all the family followed by memorable evenings of dancing ... More | visit website
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The Cottage

The Cottage

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This spacious detached property enjoys an enviable location in Watchet harbour and views over the marina (pictured). Surrounded by the natural beauty of the Quantocks yet only ... More

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Farm & Cottage Holidays

Farm & Cottage Holidays

Farm & Cottage Holidays is a family run and owned business that have been marketing properties throughout the West Country since 1979. We offer the finest selection of hand-picked self catering holiday cottages in ... More | visit website

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Doniford Bay Holiday Park

Doniford Bay Holiday Park
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Doniford Bay Holiday Park offers you a warm West Country welcome, with days of fun for all the family followed by memorable evenings of dancing ... More | visit website
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Lowood

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Close to Exmoor National Park, this detached early 1800's country house is set in 17½ acres of lovely grounds where woodpeckers and kingfishers flourish. Now divided into ... More

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The Cottage

The Cottage

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This spacious detached property enjoys an enviable location in Watchet harbour and views over the marina (pictured). Surrounded by the natural beauty of the Quantocks yet only ... More

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Farm & Cottage Holidays

Farm & Cottage Holidays

Farm & Cottage Holidays is a family run and owned business that have been marketing properties throughout the West Country since 1979. We offer the finest selection of hand-picked self catering holiday cottages in ... More | visit website

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Doniford Bay Holiday Park

Doniford Bay Holiday Park
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Doniford Bay Holiday Park offers you a warm West Country welcome, with days of fun for all the family followed by memorable evenings of dancing ... More | visit website
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The White House (1.37 miles)

The White House

The White House is a beautiful, Grade II listed, Georgian townhouse, which has been lovingly refurbished to a very high standard, achieving AA 4 stars. We are a friendly and relaxed, family run, guest house and we ... More | Double Room: From £39 | visit website

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Catwell House (1.55 miles)

Catwell House
Spacious 17th Century Country House offering a wealth of charm and character, retaining many original features including log fires and beams. Nestling between the famous Quantock Hills and the Exmoor National Park with fantastic views ... More | Double Room: From £30 | visit website
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White Horse Inn (2.42 miles)

White Horse Inn

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A Traditional 17th century village freehouse with a beautiful riverside location, set on the very edge of the Exmoor National Park, tucked in between Cleeve Abbey and Torre Cider Farm, our ... More

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Dragon House Hotel (2.59 miles)

Dragon House Hotel

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This 300-year-old country house hotel provides a friendly atmosphere, fine dining and comfortable rooms on the edge of Exmoor. Dragon House is recommended in the ‘2009 Michelin Hotel & Restaurant Guide’, and ... More

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Langbury (3.14 miles)

Langbury

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Standing in its own grounds, this small and friendly non-smoking establishment is situated on an elevated position in the small village of Blue Anchor. Renowned for its particular blend of comfort and ... More

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The Dairy (3.69 miles)

The Dairy

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Nestling in a pretty valley on the western fringes of the Quantock Hills, Meadowsweet Farm, set in 30 acres of meadows and woodland, is only 9 miles ... More

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Higher Rodhuish Farm (4.27 miles)

Higher Rodhuish Farm
A lovely old Farmhouse in Minehead, Somerset. ... More
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Croydon Hall (4.28 miles)

Croydon Hall

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Croydon Hall is a guest house and venue with a difference. Nestling in the unspoilt countryside of Exmoor National Park, this gracious country mansion provides a perfect base from which ... More

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Conygar House (4.91 miles)

Conygar House
Biddy and Martin Bale welcome you to their privately owned guest house which is set in the beautiful, medieval village of Dunster. In the heart of the Exmoor National Park, we are ideally ... More | Double Room: From £32.50 | visit website
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Luttrell Arms (4.92 miles)

Luttrell Arms
The Luttrell Arms is set in one of the prettiest villages within the Exmoor National Park and built around a Gothic Hall. This is an ideal choice for walking and exploring the countryside, offering ... More | visit website

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