Self Catering near Creech St. Michael
Little Granary (4 Miles)*
Little Granary is a property consisting of 2 twin bedded rooms, open plan lounge diner and kitchen, fully fitted with cooker, fridge, microwave and television. It has a spacious shower room and overlooks its own grounds.
The Coach House (5 Miles)*
A recently restored grade II listed, seventeenth century Coach House, situated on the foothills of the Quantocks. It is thought to have been constructed in 1681 and was possibly used as a domestic chapel prior to becoming a coach house.
Huntstile Organic Farm Cottages (5 Miles)*
Friendly Cottage is a cosy little stone built cottage with 3 bedroomed, 2 bathrooms, sitting room and kitchen. 1 of a pair, nestled into the foothills of the Quantocks, just around the corner from Huntstile Organic Farm.
Blue Door Cottages (5 Miles)*
Blue Door Cottages at Sherwood are 4 pleasantly quirky comfortably equipped self-catering holiday cottages for couples and small families, to enjoy on an individual basis but also form an ideal group for larger families and friends
Crossmoor Meadows Cottage (7 Miles)*
Crossmoor Meadows Cottage was originally the dairy and apple store, which was attached to our Farmhouse built in 1841. The cottage has been carefully restored and refurbished, to the highest quality with en-suite facilities.
Laurel Wharf (8 Miles)*
Laurel Wharf is a lovingly restored grade II listed building, situated amongst stunning scenery on the edge of the Somerset levels.
Sunnyside (8 Miles)*

"Sunnyside" in the hamlet of Ford Street, on the foothills of the Blackdowns, is a pretty, well-appointed cosy cottage, well situated (1 mile from M5 J26)for visiting Somerset's North and South coasts, Exmoor,Dartmoor.

Bakers Cottage (8 Miles)*
Bakers Cottage a tastefully renovated cozy and delightful Grade II listed stone terraced cottage situated in the old Bakers Yard in the charming and historic conservation village of Nether Stowey.
Model Farm (8 Miles)*
Model Farm is a country house consisting of an impressive Victorian front and a 17th century farmhouse behind. The self catering apartment is in the Victorian building and retains many of the original features.
Wayside Cottage (9 Miles)*
This former farm worker's cottage, believed to date back 200 years, has been lovingly restored to provide quality self-catering accommodation. Set on the edge of the village of Shepton Beauchamp, the cottage enjoys open views.
Thorney Farm Cottages (10 Miles)*
In the heart of South Somerset countryside near Muchelney we have 4 custom built holiday cottages. Come and enjoy the peace and tranquillity. We even have facilities to bring your horse and other pets are welcome.
Thorney Farm Cottages (10 Miles)*
Thorney Farm Holiday Cottages In the heart of South Somerset countryside near Muchelney we have 4 custom built holiday cottages. Come and enjoy the peace and tranquillity. We even have facilities to bring your horse and pets.
Hoccombe Cottage (10 Miles)*
Set in an almost secret valley on the edge of Exmoor but only 8 miles from Taunton the Hoccombe valley is the place to unwind. The cottage itself has the feel of country living whilst retaining the comfort of a modern home.
Damson Cottage (10 Miles)*

Damson Cottage is a delightful and comfortable 18th Century terraced cottage within the conservation area of Nether Stowey, in the foothills of the Quantock Hills (AONB). The cottage is well furnished, with period features.

Spring Cottage Sampford (10 Miles)*
With fantastic views stretching across the Vale of Taunton Deane to Exmoor, the Brendon Hills, the Quantocks and beyond, Spring Cottage provides character accommodation for up to four people.
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