Tracebridge Cottage Bed and Breakfast is found nestling in the Somerset countryside. This charming slate built cottage, formerly slate quarry workers cottages has been modernised yet retains some lovely original features.
Set in the leafy hamlet of Tracebridge on the Somerset Devon borders, Tracebridge Cottage is just 5 miles from the M5. Wellington, Taunton, Tiverton and Exeter are within easy reach, making this an ideal venue for short breaks, an excellent stopover for walkers or cyclists (Tracebridge is on the London-Lands End Cycle Route) and a delightful rural pit stop for those exploring the South West by car. Tracebridge Cottage is a tranquil place and a loved home offering comfort and relaxation in a beautiful location. Warm welcome assured for all guests.
Delicious meat-free (vegetarian or pescetarian only) breakfast made with fresh, local produce. Free range eggs from own hens. Home made chutney, marmalade, biscuits, bread and cakes. Breakfast, coffee or tea served in the garden on warmer days. Guests have their own sitting room with a range of refreshments always available.
Tracebridge Cottage has two double guest rooms. Rose room is fully carpeted and has a luxurious king size bed and a window seat. Poppy room has stripped pine floor boards, window seat, multi-fuel stove and super comfortable double bed. Guests have their own shower room and may also choose to bathe in a deep Victorian style tub in the shared bathroom.
- Sole use of comfortable sitting room with hospitality tray, multi-fuel burner, 40 inch Smart TV with Netflix, blu-ray DVD and video.
- Free Wifi access.
- CDs, DVDS, books and magazines.
- Guests private entrance.
- Young children and babies accommodated by arrangement.
- Use of quality cot, high chair and baby bath.
- Off road parking.
- Established gardens.
- Shed to house bikes
- Evening meals, packed lunches or brunch on advance request.
- Collection from Tiverton Parkway or Taunton stations.
- Dogs not routinely welcomed by hens and resident cats-please check first.
Stawley Village Shop and Tea Room is a short walk away as is The Globe Inn at Appley pub and restaurant. Tracebridge Bakery and Fermenteria (with a popular Friday Pizza night) is two doors away.
Local attractions: Cothay Manor House and Gardens, Ashbrittle Ancient Yew, Sheppys Cider Farm, Blackdown Hills, Exmoor National Park, The Quantocks.
Open: January 3rd to December 23rd with some dates between Christmas and New Year. See Tariff for prices. Special offers.