Thursday, 28 May 2015

www.theholidaycottages.co.uk Myrtle House Horton, Ilminster, Somerset

www.theholidaycottages.co.uk
Myrtle House was built in 1867 by the great grandfather of the present owner. The house has been extensively and sympathetically renovated and modernised with the retention of many original features. 
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Myrtle House, Horton, Ilminster, Somerset (Sleeps 7)
The house now provides self catering accommodation set in its own land in the quiet village of Horton which is just outside of Ilminster in Somerset. 
The self catering house can sleep up to 7 people in 4 bedrooms. The kitchen is fully equipped with electric hob, electric oven and microwave, fridge, freezer and dishwasher, table (large enough to seat 7 adults plus a highchair) and a DAB digital radio. 
Ilminster is a small market town with a particularly splendid Parish Church in the Perpendicular Style. Horton is joined to another village, Broadway. There are all the usual amenities: pubs, village store and post office. The nearest seaside resort is Charmouth (18 miles away). Lyme Regis and its Cobb (harbour; featured in 'The French Lieutenants Woman') and five beaches, are also nearby. By car, Sidmouth and Weymouth (on the South Coast) are within easy reach. On the North Coast, Minehead can be visited using the steam train on the West Somerset Railway.
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1 comment:

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