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Welcome to The Old School Bed and Breakfast

Address: The Old School, Watchet, TA4 4LG

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In the west Somerset village of Sampford Brett, The Old School Bed & Breakfast provides stylish accommodation in a Victorian school building. Beautifully appointed rooms with free Wi-Fi and parking are complemented by home-cooked breakfasts. Each room at The Old School Bed & Breakfast has an en suite or private bathroom with shower or bath and complementary toiletries. All rooms have a TV with Freeview, hairdryer and tea and coffee facilities. There is a cosy lounge with log fire, lined with books and featuring a TV and DVD player. A traditional full English breakfast is served, including sausage, eggs, bacon, black pudding, hash browns, mushrooms, tomatoes and baked beans, using local produce where possible. There is a vegetarian option and a continental choice, with cereals, yoghurt, fruit and toast. The village is around 3 miles from the eastern edge of Exmoor National Park, and a similar distance from Watchet on the north Somerset coast. Historic Dunster Castle, near Minehead, is just 15-20 minutes’ drive away.

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Cleeve Abbey - Somerset - Castle

Cleeve Abbey - Somerset - Castle

Distance 2.36 miles (3.78 km)
Cleeve Abbey
This is one of the few 13th-century monastic sites left with such a complete set of cloister buildings, together with rare Cistercian wall paintings, a medieval painted chamber (viewing may be limited), magnificent timber ceiling and historically important tiled pavement.

Dunster Castle - Dunster - Castle

Dunster Castle - Dunster - Castle

Distance 6.3 miles (10.08 km)
Dunster Castle dominates a steep hill overlooking the picturesque village of Dunster. The hill has been fortified since Saxon times, although nothing now remains of these early defences. During the early medieval period the sea reached the base of the hill offering a natural defence, and strong walls, towers, ramparts and outworks protected the other sides. In the late 14th century the castle came into the possession of the Luttrell family, and remained in their ownership for the next six hundred years. The house was modified and developed over the following centuries, and much of the current appearance dates from the 18th century when the park was landscaped and the Green Court, terraced grounds and follies were created. Much of the furniture in the house also dates from this period.