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Catwell House

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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 of open countryside. Located within a Sylvan setting on the edge of the village, Catwell House is bordered by a stream and open pasture. Although secluded, all village amenities are within 5 minutes walking distance. There are several restaurants, pubs, a post office, shops and banks. The West Somerset Railway has a station in the village and there is immediate access to the Quantock Hills via footpaths.

Catwell House offers the perfect setting in a quiet and peaceful location. Well behaved pets are welcome. All rooms have been recently refurbished and bathrooms updated and are appointed to a high standard, each having Free View Digital TV, DVD, Radio, CD and Tea/Coffee Making facilities.

The Exmoor National Park is only a short drive away and the Quantock Hills can be accessed via the footpaths just outside the property gate. There are many delightful places to picnic and enjoy the views in the locality and the beach is a 10 minute drive away.


Ratings/Awards: ETB 4 Diamonds Silver Award
Number of Rooms: 3
Number Ensuite: 3
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