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Acland Holiday Cottages, Bridgwater, Somerset

Acland Holiday Cottages

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The Acland Hotel with its holiday cottages is situated right in the centre of the historical village of Stogursey just a short distance from the local town of Bridgwater in Somerset. There are many interesting places just a short drive away, like Dunster, with its Castle, Shops and Tea rooms, Cleeve Abbey and Porlock with its quaint harbour and also Exmoor National Park

Holiday Cottage Facilities:
FREE: Internet access via your laptop.
Freeview LCD TV and DVD player in the lounge.
Oil fired central heating included, Electricity is supplied by slot meter £1.00 or £2.00 coins.
Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Kettle, Toaster, Bedrooms (2), Bathrooms (1), Downstairs toilet(1), Lounge(1), Kitchen(1) Double Sofa beds(1), Single beds(2), Double beds(1), Dining seating for 4, Lounge seating for 4.
Sleeps a maximum of 6 when utilizing the sofa bed in the lounge.
Bedding, crockery and cutlery provided.
Plenty good parking in the court yard

Holiday Cottage Activities:
The amenities at Mill Farm Caravan and Camping Park are available to all guests staying at the Acland (less than 2 miles away). As specified below:
FREE: Indoor Heated Tropical pool and two outdoor pools, with a Giant Water Slide. There is also a shallow boating lake, sand pit, games room, swings and slides.


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