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Cottages in Chard

The Old Barn
Hodgeditch Farm
Chard
Somerset

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At the end of a quiet country lane, these three charming and individual properties enjoy an idyllic setting surrounded by 3 acres of land crossed by a sparkling stream. Set right on the Somerset, Devon and Dorset border, they are just 8 miles from Lyme Regis with its massive breakwater The Cobb, prominently featured in The French Lieutenant's Woman and its grand sandy beach. The elegant seaside resort of Sidmouth, Charmouth (renowned for fossil hunting), Golden Cap (the highest cliff on the south coast) and the pleasure gardens at the fishing village of Beer are all close by. Chard (3 miles), the highest town in Somerset, with its Hornsbury Mill full of bric-a-brac, the 1000 acre wildlife park at Cricket St Thomas, Forde Abbey and Gardens, Axminster, and many other places of interest are within easy reach. Shops, inns and restaurants 1 miles.

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