3 (all year)
This pretty stone cottage, which dates back to the Victorian times, has been tastefully refurbished to provide a lovely mix of contemporary and classic self-catering holiday accommodation for six guests in three light and airy bedrooms. The stunning open plan kitchen, living and dining area provides a comfortable and sociable space for guests to chat over a morning coffee or relax at the end of the day. Or spill out onto the decking and lawn outside for an al fresco lunch or evening glass of wine whilst your sausages sizzle on the barbecue. Guests also have shared access to the walled vegetable garden with vegetables, fruit and flowers in season, as well as a badminton and football field and children's play area. With a ground floor bedroom, a wheel-chair accessible wet room and a wheel chair ramp, Cossington Park Cottage is also suitable for guests with restricted walking ability and who may need to use a wheelchair.
When you are ready to leave the comfort of this pretty holiday cottage you will be spoilt for choice with the huge number of things to do. With the Quantock Hills and Mendip Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty just a short drive away, there are plenty of walking, cycling and horse-riding opportunities. Green fingered enthusiasts shouldn’t miss the delightful Kilvern Court Gardens, whilst golfers can spend a day at Cannington Golf Course. If you are looking to embrace some local history you can discover the legends of the iconic Glastonbury Tor or visit Wells Cathedral in the heart of England’s smallest city or the magnificent Roman city of Bath.
For those who love to be beside the sea, Cossington Park Cottage is just a short drive to the Somerset coast. The Victorian town of Weston-super-Mare is the perfect spot to enjoy traditional family bucket and spade days on the beach. When you are done with the sand between your toes you can head for the amusements and rides on the Grand Pier whilst the museums, cinemas and indoor climbing wall are perfect if you are looking for rainy day options. Burnham-on-Sea is closer still with a life-guard patrolled sandy beach during the summer months. If you are after something a bit more tranquil head to Kilve Beach sitting on the edge of the Quantock Hills. Aspiring palaeontologists can hunt for fossils or simply enjoy splashing about in the rock pools.
Located on Cossington Park Estate, Cossington Park Cottage sits next to Cossington Park House which sleeps an extra 12 guests. Both properties are self-contained and rented separately but can be booked together giving you access to the whole estate - perfect for anyone looking for somewhere special for a large family get-together or celebration.
Graham Wason joined Independent Cottages in March 2021
This stone holiday cottage offers the perfect mix of character and charm with modern day comforts. There is a ground floor bedroom and wheelchair accessible wet room.
Outside: Small walled garden and decking area with table, chairs and barbecue is a lovely secluded spot for al fresco dining.
Additional information: Luxury cotton bed linen and soft white towels are included. There is a games room that is shared with Cossington Park House which has table tennis and darts. A wide range of sports and activities, both on and off-site, can also be arranged. Catering is also available, please enquire with the owner. Cossington Park Cottage has been awarded National Accessibility Level M1 & M2.
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