Bed and Breakfast Accommodation in Watchet, Somerset
Castle of Comfort Hotel
The Castle of Comfort is the family owned and managed venture of Carol and Nigel Venner with Julie Beaumont providing 5 star guest accommodation in West Somerset. With plenty of character and charm the Castle of Comfort has had a long and chequered past. Probably 16th century in origin and originally an open hall house it has served as an inn coffee house cider house private house and it is rumoured the meeting place for pirates off the English coast to dispose of their loot. There was a licensed vitualler recorded at the Castle of Comfort way back in 1689. Within the Grade II listed property historic features remain such as the plaster decoration dated 1655 on a chimney breast. We are bounded on three sides by four acres of garden and parkland containing mature trees and shrubs which blend into the surrounding woodland of the Quantocks. You can enjoy a leisurely cream tea in the garden take a stroll around the grounds or a refreshing dip in the heated outdoor pool (seasonal). Our en suite rooms are individually styled with comfort and practicality in mind. The 24 cover restaurant is open to residents and non-residents with a menu showcasing locally sourced produce. The comfortable lounge is a perfect spot to relax and chat read or enjoy a leisurely drink. Located at Dodington on the A39 we fall within the Quantock Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. In a rural setting we are within easy reach of many attractive villages as well as Bridgwater (9.5 miles) Minehead (16.5 miles) and Hinkley Point (6.2 miles). We are close to several prominent wedding venues including Crowcombe Court and St Audries Park. The Quantocks protected since 1956 offer great diversity with a rich and ancient cultural heritage and panoramic views of coast heath and combe making it a popular area with walkers mountain bikers horse riders and tourists.
Ivy House Rooms
Ivy House Rooms is run by Terry and Lynda Daley who absolutely love Watchet and can t imagine living anywhere else. Terry was born and bred in Watchet while Lynda is a newcomer who only arrived 20 years ago! Between us we can point out all the lovely stuff to see and do in this amazing little town and surrounding area and hope to welcome you to our home soon. br / br / br / br / Situated in the centre of town Ivy House Rooms is the perfect place to enjoy all that this wonderful little town has to offer. We are just a short walk from the harbour marina steam railway and the West Somerset Coast Path. There are also 2 museums and a variety of interesting independent shops pubs cafes and restaurants nearby. br / br / br / br / While Watchet itself has a lot to offer we are also surrounded by the beautiful countryside of the Quantock Hills and Exmoor beaches to suit everybody from soft sand to rock pools and our very own fossil beach. br / br / br / br / There is always something going on in Watchet such as street fairs a Wednesday market art exhibitions and lots of music of all sorts.
St Audries Bay Holiday Club
p A warm welcome awaits you at St. Audries Bay where we have been offering holidays at our award winning Holiday Club since 1933. /p p Family-owned and run St. Audries is set in 20 secluded acres in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the Somerset Coast with lovely views and access to the beach giving a safe relaxed environment to enjoy your holiday. /p p St. Audries is located at the foot of the Quantock hills and near to Exmoor so ideal for those who enjoy country pursuits. Somerset abounds with picturesque villages to explore or you could just relax at the Holiday Club with all the amenities for you to enjoy. /p p Well-equipped caravans provide accommodation for self catering guests and comfortable chalets for those on half board plus large level pitches for tents tourers and motor homes. /p p With a licensed bar restaurant all day coffee bar and shop everything is on hand to make your stay enjoyable. Entertainment and use of many leisure facilities are included in your holiday all in a friendly welcoming atmosphere. /p p St. Audries has achieved the highest David Bellamy Gold Award for over 15 years. Maintaining this high standard involves projects big and small from bird and bat boxes meadows and hedgerows to an on site water treatment plant and biomass woodchip boiler. Our aim is to keep up with all energy saving initiatives. /p
Our aim at Steps Farmhouse is to provide our guests with good quality comfortable bed and breakfast accommodation with a friendly atmosphere and a warm welcome. All bedrooms are ensuite and situated in barn conversions with individual entrances and off road parking. br / br / br / br / A traditional 16th century former farmhouse offering wonderful Exmoor bed and breakfast accommodation with off road parking near Minehead nestling between Exmoor and the Quantock Hills. Ideally situated for fishing golfing cycling or exploring the backwaters of the West Somerset coastline. br / br / br / br / Set in a rural location on the A39 3 miles from Dunster and 5 miles from Minehead. The coast is 2 miles away at Blue Anchor Bay and the historic port of Watchet is 3 miles away. The West Somerset Railway runs close by with stations at Blue Anchor and Washford which is also home to the railway museum. The newly refurbished Tropiquaria is situated on the A39 at the turning for Watchet. br / br / br / br / Enjoy the charm of Dunster Lynmouth and the Doone Valley. Take a trip back in time on the West Somerset Steam Railway or for the walking enthusiast Exmoor and the surrounding hills have an abundance of footpaths. br / br / br / br / For a weeks holiday a quiet weekend or just an overnight stop you can be assured of a warm welcome at Steps Farmhouse.
Right in the centre of town on Swain Street Watchet discover the wonderful world of Swain House Boutique B and B. Easy-going informal and bursting with life this former 19th century shop lovingly restored by owners Annie and Jason Robinson oozes eclectic style and contemporary rustic charm. The stay at Swain House offers the perfect combination of sea side energy rural loveliness and coastal beauty that makes it just about the most perfect place to be. See you soon...
The Old Bookshop
A most elegant and attractive period Bed and Breakfast with well maintained gardens occupying a wonderful village setting . Oak beams aplenty. Original brick floor and cobbles we offer a home from home place to stay with all the quirkiness that comes with a house as old as this. Formerly a bookshop this has been tastefully renovated to offer all the comforts needed to give you a stay to remember.
Wick House is a charming old family house in a picturesque West Somerset village. Situated in an area of outstanding beauty Stogumber nestles between the Quantock and Brendon Hills on the edge of Exmoor National Park. br / br / br / br / Come and enjoy the beauty of Somerset for that relaxing break. br / br / br / br / Wick House is a listed family home dating back in parts to the Tudor period (roughly 1540). br / br / br / br / A warm welcome awaits you from your hosts Sheila and Philip. We offer a friendly informal atmosphere and a high standard of accommodation. Children of all ages are welcome. br / br / br / br / All our bedrooms are ensuite with television and tea/coffee making facilities. Disabled accommodation is also available with wheelchair access from carpark to bedroom. br / br / br / br / A full English breakfast cooked in the Aga is served in the dining room overlooking the delightful cottage garden. Evening meals are served by prior arrangement. All food is home cooked by Sheila using fresh local produce wherever possible. br / br / br / br / Guests are welcome to use the comfortable drawing room where you will find games plenty of books maps and local information to browse through. There is also a smaller television lounge. br / br / br / br / The pretty walled garden to the rear of the house has ample seating. During the summer drinks can be taken into the garden and on the veranda. br / br / br / br / Please note all rooms and public spaces inside Wick House are strictly non-smoking. br / br / br / br / The area is perfect for escaping the stress of the modern world. br / br / br / br / Stogumber is surrounded by footpaths through the local countryside and only minutes away from the Quantock Hills designated an area of outstanding natural beauty and Exmoor National Parks where the landscape is rich in wildlife including herds or red deer and the famous Exmoor ponies. Buzzards soar overhead whilst foxes and badgers are frequently seen.