We stayed three nights bed and breakfast and found it to be a peaceful idyll in a rural corner of Somerset, but convenient for the M5.
Could not fault the quality of the food and enjoyed Lesley's tea and home made cake in the garden under the apple tree.
Would certainly recommend Causeway Cottage unreservedly, and we hope to return in September.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- 200year old stone cottage privately tucked away,easy access Junction26 M5. Lovely gardens and apple orchard with views across fields to the lofty church.Robert and Lesley Orr successful restaurateurs have created a warm informal and relaxed atmosphere. Rooms are simply furnished with antique pine furniture ,fresh flowers .The smell of homemade bread wafts through the cottage,Lesley runs cookery demonstrations and will gladly prepare you a good supper by prior arrangement.Ideally situated for an overnight stop on the way to Cornwall,or as a base from which to explore Devon and Somerset,whether visiting gardens,National Trust Properties,walks or drives to the coasts and moors. ... more less