Anchor cottage is a two bedroom 17th Century Fisherman’s cottage at the start of the South West Coast Path opposite Minehead Beach. Sleeps 4.
Anchor Cottage is a 17th Century fisherman's cottage in the Minehead Harbour Conservation area, overlooking the Harbour and the Bristol Channel. The patio and front bedroom have views of Steep Holm, Flat Holm and the Welsh Coast. The South West Coast Path starts within yards of the front door. A unique opportunity to be on the edge of Exmoor in a quiet location, yet within easy walking of all the restaurants, shops, pubs and beach.
Anchor Cottage has been sympathetically updated to combine traditional charm with modern comforts to give guests a supremely relaxing 'home from home' holiday.
The cottage has been refurbished to a very high standard and has been awarded a high level 4 star accreditation for a number of years. Full gas central heating, spacious lounge, log burner (logs supplied) Free Wi Fi, 26" flatscreen TV with freeview and DVD. Local walking books and guides provided for guests use. Books and magazines of local interest and board games.
Bespoke fitted kitchen with electric cooker, fridge, freezer, microwave, washing machine, tumble drier, ironing board and iron, coffee maker.
Upstairs bathroom with bath and power shower, shaver point, WC. Two bedrooms, one with double bed, the second with two 3ft wide beds all with double duvets.
Whether you want to sit on the windowseat and watch the world go by, take a steam train along the West Somerset Railway or hike on Exmoor or the South West Coast Path. It is all just on the doorstep.