A rural location in high summer, with fields, hedgerows and a white-painted cottage in the middle distance. The Smithy - Holiday Cottage in Stogumber

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Stogumber is a quaint little village located in the county of Somerset. If you feel a stay in a Stogumber holiday is like a step back in time, the fact that only steam trains call at its station will reinforce that feeling! The village has a population of around 400 people and is known for its historic church, St. Mary's, which dates back to the 13th century Holiday cottages in Stogumber perfectly located for walking holidays in all seasons. The village lies on the eastern edge of the Brendon Hills, which are part of the Exmoor National Park and is also within easy reach of the Quantock Hills. Stogumber has a rich history, with evidence of settlement in the area dating back to prehistoric times. In the Middle Ages, the village was an important centre for the wool trade, and many of its buildings date back to this period.


Discover pure romance at The Stables amidst the serene Somerset countryside at our enchanting holiday cottage. Nestled in nature's rural embrace in The Quantock Hills near Stogumber, this cosy haven is tailor-made for couples seeking a romantic escape with their beloved pets. Immerse yourselves in the tranquil surroundings while indulging in modern luxuries that include a private hot tub, creating cherished memories in this single-storey holiday cottage in The Quantocks.

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A 2-storey wooden holiday home in the Quantock Hills.

The Outlook is a contemporary rural cottage boasting beautiful views of the Somerset countryside and a hot tub. The pet-friendly cottage in the Quantock Hills near Crowcombe sits on expansive grounds surrounded by green hills. It offers outdoor entertaining areas and a spacious interior with chic design features.

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Today, Stogumber is a quiet, rural village, surrounded by rolling hills and beautiful countryside. It has a range of amenities, including a pub, The White Horse, a village shop, and a post office. The village also has a number of community events throughout the year, including a popular annual flower show and a Christmas fair. It is a popular destination for walkers and hikers, with a number of scenic trails in the surrounding hills.

1. Explore the village

Take a leisurely stroll around the village and admire its historic buildings, including St. Mary's Church and the old schoolhouse. Stop by the village shop and post office to pick up some local produce and souvenirs.

2. Go for a walk or hike

Stogumber is surrounded by beautiful countryside and there are many scenic walks and hikes to choose from. The village is located near the start of the Coleridge Way, a 51-mile trail that runs through the Quantock Hills and Exmoor National Park.

3. Visit nearby attractions

Stogumber is conveniently located within easy reach of many other attractions in Somerset. These include the seaside town of Minehead, Dunster with its magnificent castle, Watchet, Cleve Abbey and Tropicaria. Travel by steam train from Stogumber station to all these locations!

4. Enjoy some local food and drink

Somerset is known for its delicious food and drink, so be sure to sample some of the local specialities during your visit. Try some local cider, cheese, or cider brandy, or enjoy a meal at the village pub.

5. Attend a local event

Stogumber has a vibrant community and there are often events and little festivals taking place throughout the year. Check out the village website or ask locals for recommendations on what's on during your visit. Some popular events include the Stogumber Festival and the Stogumber Flower Show.


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