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B and Bs in Montacute

Carents House
7a Middle Street
Montacute
Somerset

TA15 6UZ | View map
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In the beautiful Somerset countryside Carents House is in the centre of Montacute Village. Not far from Taunton and Yeovil Carents House is ideal for exploring Somerset and the Jurassic coast of Dorset.
Carents House offers accommodation in a suit of rooms which comprises of a twin bedded (double on request) ensuite bedroom your own sitting room and balcony with stunning views of the countryside. There is a kitchenette with microwave, fridge and tea making facilities.
There is ample room in the bedroom for a third bed and the sitting room has a sofa bed and so can sleep up to a party of five. A hearty country breakfast is served just as you like it in the comfort of your own sitting room.
Montacute Village boasts two pubs a Historic church, an Elizabethan National Trust property and gardens, a TV Radio & Toy Museum and many glorious walks. There is plenty of shopping in the nearby towns of Yeovil, Street and Taunton and close to the historic towns of Sherborne and Wells.
Carents House welcomes all from single business person to a family of five to travellers or the travel weary.

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