Huish Champflower is a village in the county of Somerset, with Exmoor National Park to its west and the Quantock Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty to its east. It lies near the banks of the River Tone, 12 miles west of Taunton. This small, rural community consists of little more than a couple of narrow lanes dotted with cottages. In the heart of the village, St Peter’s is a listed 15th-century church with many fine features. On the village’s doorstep, exceptional walking can be enjoyed through green hills, wooded valleys and windswept moors. The village is also a stone’s throw from the Brendon Hills, the highest point of which is Lype Hill, at 1,388ft. Hike to the summit from your holiday cottage in Huish Champflower and you will be rewarded with breathtaking views of Somerset and North Devon, and across the Bristol Channel, toward Wales.

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The countryside around Huish Champflower is scattered with idyllic villages such as Monksilver, where the Notley Arms serves a variety of Exmoor ales and delicious food prepared with fresh, local ingredients. Highly recommended on self-catering holidays in Huish Champflower, the West Somerset Railway is a 22-mile heritage railway with historic steam locomotives running through the glorious countryside between Minehead and Bishop’s Lydeard. North of Huish Champflower, the seaside town of Watchet has a spectacular beach where fossils can be found, an esplanade, and a historic centre. The South West Coast Path can be joined here, with towering cliffs, hidden beaches and the chance to spot dolphins and seals. The pretty village of Halse is also a short drive from holiday cottages in Huish Champflower, with narrow lanes and thatched cottages with beautifully presented gardens. The village’s pub, the New Inn, serves Somerset ales and ciders, and good food.