Croft Bungalows Sleeps 2 (1 Bedroom)
Croft Bungalows are one bedroom cottages. These self catering cottages each sleep two guests. At the rear of each cottage there is a private mainly grassed garden in which to relax.
Self catering Bungalow/Cottages
Sleeps 2 guests in a twin bedroom.
Single storey with private rear garden.
Ability to have adjoining rear gardens with neighbouring Corner cottage.
Ideal for Grand-parents with family staying in Corner cottage.
Access statement by request.
WI-FI available in these cottages.
Towels not included.
Croft Holiday cottages in Somerset provide self catering holiday accommodation in Watchet. We have 10 high quality holiday cottages in the conservation area of the ancient harbour town of Watchet on the Somerset coast.These cottages are family owned and run. Our holiday cottages are only 2 minute walks from the centre of Watchet. Watchet is an ancient harbour town first recorded circa 1000AD. The harbour is now a modern marina. Watchet is nestled between the Quantocks AONB and the hills and moors of Exmoor National Park. There are plenty of places to eat award winning food and drink in Watchet a short walk from Croft Self Catering Cottages in Watchet Somerset. Croft Holiday Cottages in Somerset are open throughout the year. Our luxury holiday cottages range from sleeping 2-6 guests. Pets are permitted in some properties. Guests staying in the cottages have access to our heated swimming pool which is open from Easter until November and full wi-fi coverage.
About the Owner
About Andrew Musgrave
We are a small family run business and have several holiday cottages in old Watchet all of which are in a courtyard along with owners/caretakers house and the heated pool. We have Bungalow's sleeping 2 guests. Barn-conversions/cottages sleeping up to 6 guests. Some are pet friendly some not.
Cross cottage is outwith the complex by a short stroll but guests staying there have full use of the facilities at Croft Cottages.
Provisional bookings remain firm for one week pending return of booking form and 20% non-refundable deposit.
The balance payment is due 4 weeks prior to the arrival date. Non payment by the due date will be treated as cancellation and you will still be liable for the balance payment
The cottages are available from *3.00pm/4.00pm on the day of arrival to* 9.30am/10.00am on the day of departure.(*dependant on property type)
Notes on prices:
Off peak 3 or 4 night short- breaks available at 70% of a full weeks tariff.
Tariff for Linhay Cottages and the Croft Bungalows includes electricity.
Activity and Interests
Special interest holidays:
There is plenty to do and see in and around Watchet. Maybe you are the active type who wants to explore the wilds by foot, bike and horseback. For the more relaxed take in the gardens, grounds and heritage that the area has to offer.
Walking & Cycling
Exmoor and the Quantocks are a walkers paradise. Rolling hills and moorland with dramatic views. Exmoor has over 600 miles of tracks and bridleways.
Heritage & gardens
Dunster Castle, Knighthayes Court, Hestercombe Gardens and Cleeve Abbey are all within a short drive of Croft Holiday cottage in Watchet, Somerset.
Food & Drink
For those who prefer to sample an area through their taste buds then they won't be disappointed with excellent range of superb local food and drink that the area has to offer.
West Somerset Railway
The west Somerset railway is 21 miles of restored heritage track line which runs restored steam and old locomotives.
With 10 stations along the track it is an ideal way to explore the area. Watchet station is on a short walk from Croft Holiday Cottages.
Watchet is an ancient sea port nestled between the Quantock hills Area of outstanding Natural beauty and Exmoor National Park.
Watchet is a quiet and charming town steeped in heritage from the early Viking invaders to it's more recent past as a key harbour town for trade in the Bristol channel.
Watchet is the town that inspired poet Samuel Coleridge to write 'The Rime of the Ancient Mariner'.
Watchet harbour is now a converted marina offering all the latest facilities.
Watchet town has award winning dining and shopping in it's small high street. The nearby Helwell bay is a popular spot for fossil hunting.
Watchet is ideally placed for a base to explore the beauty of the surrounding national parks. There are also plenty of nearby attractions to amuse and entertain all ages whatever the weather.
Some of the things to do and see in and around Watchet include:
Spend the day out at sea with Scooby Doo Too from Watchet Marina
Watchet's town centre is home to award winning cuisine at the Star Inn and Chives Delicatessen
5 minutes drive to Exmoor National Park and the Quantock Hills Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Perfect for walks, riding, mountain biking or romantic strolls
There are plenty of visitor attractions in the area so there is plenty to do. Rain or shine. Including Exmoor Falconry, Tropiquaria Animal Park, Exmoor Safaris, Dunster Castle, West Somerset Steam Railway plus the new DONNIFORD FARM animal park with free entrance and a charming tea-rooms and shop. Also many more place to visit all within a short drive or steam train journey.
- Dining Area
Pool / Spa
- Heated Pool
- Outdoor Pool
- pets considered
- Shower room 1 - Shower Enclosure
- 1 Bedroom, Sleeps 2
- Bedroom 1
Learn more about this holiday rental at the owner's website
- Notes on accommodation: Croft Bungalows & Linhays Cottages have parking reserved for one car. Please reserve additional spaces with us for free. Outside: Croft Bungalows have comfortable lounges which open onto your own private garden. Linhays Cottage has private courtyard accessed through French-doors in the hallway with outdoor garden furniture.