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Set in an idyllic coastal position Meadow View offers a quiet retreat in a glorious setting.
Within easy reach of the M5 at Bridgwater or Taunton, Blue Anchor is well placed for a number of tourist attractions – go for a ride on a steam train on the West Somerset Railway, a wander around Dunster Castle and medieval village or catch the bus or train to Minehead where you could transfer to a sightseeing tour of Exmoor or the coast.
There is something for all ages here.
A Home from Home
By Russell S on 05-Nov-2018
A "Home from Home" experience, which was thoroughly enjoyed. The bungalow was exactly as described; everywhere was kept very clean. I have no doubt we shall book again, probably with friends or relatives next time.
The view, the beach, the steam train
By Frances R on 03-Sep-2018
The view, the beach, the steam train - a seven day ticket is good value for money -the weather, the garden and the cake!! all wonderful. Thank you!
The views are stunning!
By Margaret R on 10-Dec-2017
This is a beautiful location. The views are stunning! A very warm , spacious and comfortable holiday let, which is depicted honestly in the photographs. It is one of the best equipped cottages we have stayed in, with lots of thoughtful touches, even a tea-cosy for the tea pot!! I have mobility problems and this bungalow was ideal for me. My husband went for wonderful walks, straight from the bungalow. There is a very good cafe (Driftwood Cafe) just around the corner, opposite the sea. Thanks for the lovely home made shortbread.
A Relaxing Haven
By Sue Alouche on 10-Apr-2017
A relaxing haven with stunning views over the sea and the rolling hills. Mike and Jenny provide a very comfortable holiday bungalow with everything you need to feel at home. The bungalow is well situated between Blue Anchor Bay and Minehead and Dunster and is a few minutes walk from the lovely Driftwood Café overlooking the sea. We spent a long weekend there in March and will definitely be going back.