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  • 2 Bedrooms
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  • Sleeps 4
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  • Three dogs welcome
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About this property

Nestled among the ancient woodlands and picturesque moors of the striking Quantock Hills - the nation’s first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty - this gorgeous dog-friendly Quantock Hide cottage guarantees guests an unforgettable experience. With an unbeatable location and some exemplary facilities, the super-stylish Quantock Hide has charm to spare, making it the perfect spot to enjoy a romantic retreat in Somerset. With a bustling 9,000 acre patch of moorland right outside your door, and the dramatic coastline sitting just 1.5 miles away, Quantock Hide is perfect for scenic strolls among woods, vibrant heathland, and windswept beachfronts. The cottage has stunning interiors and comes complete with a wealth of incredible facilities, including a sizable hot tub - ideal for stargazing on blissful nights. The Hide has also been designed with four-legged guests in mind, offering an outdoor doggie spa, an enclosed garden, and a play area with an assault course. Whether you’re seeking a fun-filled family break or a secluded getaway with your special one, this luxurious cottage cannot be beaten.

Dine with Your Dog

The delightful open-plan kitchen comes fully-equipped, giving you everything you’ll need to craft delicious dinners with ease. You can enjoy your meals at the dining table or bask in the sunshine on the outdoor terrace. There’s also a barbecue for you to utilise, perfect for warm evenings. The local villages offer plenty of dog-friendly pubs and eateries for you to trial as well, such as the cosy Hood Arms where a tasty menu of hearty grub is available. You could even venture further afield to Bristol for more doggie dining options. The Prince Street Social is great for a casual meal, and the quirky Chance & Counters Café is a cosy spot where you can trial more than 800 different board games!

Bow wow factor

Designed with dogs in mind, the cottage provides a doggie agility course, as well as an outdoor spa area for hounds to indulge in.

Need to know

Barbecue
Barbecue
Car Parking
Car Parking
Coastal
Coastal
Dine With Pet
Dine With Pet
Enclosed Garden/Patio
Enclosed Garden/Patio
Hot Tub
Hot Tub
Pub Within 1 Mile
Pub Within 1 Mile
Rural
Rural
Satellite Television
Satellite Television
WiFi
WiFi

Bedrooms & Suites

You’re sure to adore the Hide’s snazzy interiors, which blend rustic furnishings with modern facilities. The decor is warm and inviting throughout, complementing the rural surrounds. Sleeping four, you’ll have two delightful bedrooms to indulge in. The master bedroom is a real treat, containing a super king-size bed, and a roll-top bath for two. The open-plan lounge area provides a great spot to enjoy a quiet evening before the log burning fire. Pop the telly on and put your paws up, or slink into the private hot tub where you can stargaze with a glass of fizz. The spacious, enclosed garden is perfect for furry friends to roam and features several seating areas, ranging from sun loungers to a shaded daybed, granting you endless options on sun-kissed days. Four-legged guests are guaranteed a cosy stay, receiving treats, a bed, and bowls. They’ll also have an agility course to make use of, as well as an exterior doggie spa complete with a bathtub - ideal for washing mucky paws after a lengthy day of exploring!

Dog-Friendly Nearby

For hounds seeking a relaxing rural retreat, the Hide couldn’t be more perfectly placed. The nation’s first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Quantock Hills are a diverse region offering endless opportunities for revitalising walks. Explore the 9,000 acres of vibrant moorland which lies just beyond the garden, or mount woodland walks among ancient fairy tale forests, and sniff out some jaw-dropping views of the scenic surrounds. Head to Woodland Hill or Staple Plain for a relaxing stroll, or ramble down to the dramatic Kilve Beach - just 1.5 miles away - where you can scavenge for Jurassic fossils with your furry friend. And, if you’re on the hunt for a hidden gem, Fyne Court is well-worth a gander, offering wild gardens to explore. For something a little different, hop over to the striking Cheddar Gorge and Caves or mount a day trip to Bristol for exciting city thrills.
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