Perfect cottage near the edge of the Quantocks, peaceful well equipped, good beds for a great night’s sleep and a lovely enclosed garden, safe for our little dog. Great for walking, close to Dunster, Minehead, Blue Anchor and Watchet. Community shop in village and good pub close by. Visit Blackmoor Farm Café at Cannington for the best cream tea. This holiday exceeded our expectations.
A lovely 'lived in' feel to this comfortable, well equipped cottage. Lovely walks around the village for us and the dog if you did not want to go out in the car. Well stocked village shop for essentials and supermarkets within 6 miles. The lanes around are narrow, however we got used to them quickly and did not meet with any problems. Woodburner was a bonus especially at the time of year. Would visit again, probably in the summer to make the most of the lovely enclosed and peaceful garden.
My husband and I had a very enjoyable and memorable week at Hillside Cottage at the end of November. The cottage is ideally placed for rambles in the picturesque scenery of the Quantock hills: don't miss the view from Cothelstone Hill on a fine day. We also enjoyed the well-presented Steart nature reserve where we saw starling murmurations. The nearest beach is just a few miles away at Kilve- a rocky beach where it is not uncommon to find ammonites. There are many excellent farm cafes and historic pubs to eat out in the pretty local villages. Spaxton itself is a friendly village with a community-run shop and the Lamb Inn which offers great home-made pies. We were very comfortable in Hillside Cottage which is cosy, clean and exceptionally well-equipped. We loved our evenings by the woodburner in the huge, old fireplace. The owners provide plentiful local information and the managers are available if needed. We considered our holiday to be excellent value for money. Do travel prepared for Somerset's lovely but narrow and winding lanes.
We, Dutch guys, had a wonderful two weeks with our two dogs at Hillside Cottage.
Nice garden, where the dogs could run free and beautiful surroundings for dog walks etcetera.
We went from Calais to Folkestone by train through the Eurotunnel and that was so easy and relaxed. It only takes you about half an hour. I can recommend it to my fellow countrymen. England is a very dogfriendly country and therefore nice to visit if you’re looking for a ‘dog holiday destination’.
When you visit the website of the Eurotunnel, you’ll find all the information you need to know about how to travel to the UK with your 4-legged frien(s).
Have a nice holiday!
We found the cottage very comfortable and well equipped. With a private garden and seating for that outdoor dining experience. Set in the small village of Spaxton on the edge of the Quantock Hills. Within easy reach of a number of places of interest and the Somerset coast.