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Exclusive dog friendly holiday rental Wisteria Cottage in Somerset

Wisteria Cottage Somerset 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms Tucked away in the beautiful countryside of Somerset in Ilminster and down a private road, the grade 2 listed Wisteria Cottage is a luxury dog friendly holiday retreat. The property has been fully modernised providing a luxuriously furnished accommodation that still retains its historic features.
Outside there's a sunken patio with table and seating, a lovely hot tub and enclosed lawns ideal for kids and family pet to run around. For those seeking to explore the rolling Somerset countryside, there's miles of walks and cycle tracks from the gate.
This lovely cottage is ideal for a larger family or small group to escape the daily city life in the peace and tranquility, while shops and places to eat are just a few minutes away in the quaint village of Ilminster. Click any image to expand or
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With a population of just over half a million, Somerset sits on the border of Devon, with Wiltshire to the east and Dorset to the south east.
Some of the most well known places of outstanding beauty are the Exmoor National Park, Mendip, Blackdown and Quantock Hills.

Home to the Glastonbury Festival and Cheddar Cheese, Somerset has a whole lot more to offer. You will find over 20 lovely dog friendly wide and sandy beaches along Somerset's coastline like Blue Anchor Bay, Sand Bay and Ladye Bay. Brean Beach with over seven miles of flat sandy beach is a wonderful four legged day out. While there are about eight other beaches like Weston-Super-Mare, Minehead and Burham-on-Sea where dogs are restricted during peak seasons May to September.

Apart from sandy beach roamers, majestic Somerset has always been popular with nature explorers and dog walkers across rolling hills, gorges and valleys.
Mendip Hills with mixture of wildlife, vast expanses of greenery and limestone spotted hills is one popular location for dogs and walkers. Along the way you will cross small villages and towns with quaint shops and dog friendly pubs.
Along your walks there's Dunster Castle where while dogs are obviously not allowed inside the castle, there are activities in the grounds for your dog to enjoy like splashing around after a brisk walk.
For something really different, why take your four legged friend and yourself for an nostalgic steam train ride on the West Somerset Railway and travel twenty miles of so along ten stations through the Somerset countryside between Williton and Bishops Lydeard.

Dog friendly accommodation is available across most of Somerset so your sure to find the ideal location for owners and dogs from cottages to country manors for larger families and small groups.

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