Halse Water House is a picture postcard thatched house sitting at the edge of the charming Somerset village of Halse. Between the ruggedly beautiful Quantock Hills and the diverse scenery of Exmoor National Park, with some wonderful beaches on the Somerset coast just a 20 minute drive away, it is perfecty placed for exploring this beautiful area.
There's a plethora of footpaths and bridleways giving you access to miles and miles of glorious countryside to explore right from your doorstep. This part of Somerset is breathtaking; you can stroll through open fields and lush meadows, through shady copses, and along meandering narrow lanes that take you pretty villages and quaint country inns where you can relax with a pint of the local brew, or tuck into a laid back pub lunch. Within easy reach are the beautiful Quantock Hills, an area of outstanding natural beauty with some lovely coast path walks, vantage points with panoramic views, and thick wooded areas to range by foot, on horseback or by bike. The Somerset Coast is just 12 miles away and makes for a great day out - have a leisurely ice cream at Blue Anchor, fish and chips on the beach at Watchet, or go rockpooling and fossil hunting at Kilve. There's so much to do! Soak up some history and stroll in the peaceful grounds at Dunster Castle or Hestercombe House and Gardens; head into Taunton for some retail therapy, get out onto the wild heaths of Exmoor National Park for a day - plenty to keep you amused throughout your stay.
Ideal for those special gatherings of family and friends, Halse Water House sleeps 12 people in 6 bedrooms and has a large garden with river frontage and an additional 5 acre paddock.There is a hot tub for use all year round, and a delightful outdoor eating pavillion.