Finding an ideal romantic hotel in Watchet does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Croft Holiday Cottages, a nice option for travellers like you.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV and a refrigerator, and you can stay connected during your stay as Croft Holiday Cottages offers guests free wifi.
Plus, Croft Holiday Cottages offers a pool, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
While in Watchet, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Croft Holiday Cottages, including The Spice Merchant (0.1 mi), Pebbles Tavern (0.1 mi), and The Cats Whisker kitchen (0.0 mi).
Best of all, Croft Holiday Cottages makes it easy to experience some great Watchet attractions like Ancient Mariner Statue, which is a popular .
Croft Holiday Cottages puts the best of Watchet at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Had a wonderful week in corner cottage, we had everything we needed in the cottage, the added bonus was having private use of the indoor heated swimming pool. The owner was very friendly and welcoming, we will definitely return.The property was also suitable for our elderly parents who have walking difficulties and the location was perfect
Well my husband and I and our dog have just spent 4 nights in Croft bungalow no 1, and I could not find fault with anything, spotless, everything we needed was included, the host was super helpful with supplying details regarding different walks, and we took his advice and had 2 excellent walks, the near by coastal path walks are fantastic and the whole area is super dog friendly, these cottages are in a great location, and whilst being central are also private and very quiet, the fully enclosed garden made sure our dog was safe when he went outside and we all had a fantastic time, would definitely recommend 👍 there are no negatives from us, and found this accommodation faultless
Beautiful position, walking distance to all local places, spotlessly clean, cosy welcoming, loved the pool worked brilliantly on the rotor, really well equipped property all facilitys thought of, can't wait to re-book next year and we were able to take the dog this was the big thing we look for. Thank you for a really lovely time
We stayed for a week in the two-bedroom Cider Barn, which was very close to the centre of the village. The only windows were at the front of the property, overlooking a car park and a pair of garages. There was space for two cars to park, just. The property was upside down, with bedrooms and bathroom on the ground floor and sitting room and kitchen on the first floor. The bedrooms were adequate, each with drawers, a wardrobe and comfortable beds, but a bit tight for space. However, the sitting room and kitchen diner were large and high. The kitchen was very well-equipped - the only things I would add were some tablespoons and some larger scissors. Out the front there was a space (about 6 x 12 ft) to sit out on, lined with fake grass and equipped with a coffee table, six chairs and a small sofa, with a wall of plants on one side. The cushions on the outside furniture were damp when we arrived, having been left out. Facing the sun in the outside space sadly meant you were also facing the side of the garages. We were supplied with a recycling box - it would have been helpful to have specified what should (and should not) be put in it. The only mention of towels in the description was “towel hire”, so we brought our own, only to find a full selection of towels in the rooms. On the subject of towels, there was an outside washing line and pegs, but not long enough to take four bath towels, let alone swimming towels as well. It rained all day Sunday, so we couldn’t hang damp towels outside and and the only place to hang them inside was one towel radiator. We had to turn the underfloor heating on in the bathroom and drape towels over the bath and shower doors in order to dry them. Hooks on the back of the doors, a towel rail or two or one of those retractable washing lines that you get in hotels would have been useful. It would have been helpful to add in the description that there is a washing machine in the property, and a hairdryer. Unless you are prepared to eat fish and chips or pie and chips or burger and chips every night, or curry, the town is pretty much a culinary desert. The tapas place, the Cat’s Whisker, is purportedly good but was booked up on the only nights it was open (Wed to Sat). There is a Co-op just round the corner, but stock is fairly limited and it would be expensive for every meal for four. If you are prepared to self-cater, I would suggest ordering (in advance) a delivery from the large Tesco in Taunton. Access to the pool was limited to 1 hour per day per property on a rota system, which was fair enough and meant that you weren’t disturbed by others. The pool, although small, was adequate for doing circuits, clean inside and well-ventilated, with spray bottles of cleaner to use on leaving. On our last day, our slot was 5-6pm. We returned at 5.20pm from a day out only to be told that we couldn’t use our time because the pool had been treated with chemicals and locked up for the night! So to the statement at the bottom of the rota “UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES MUST SLOTS BE SWAPPED OR EXCEEDED” we would add “OR CANCELLED WITHOUT CONSENT FROM THE SLOT HOLDER” ....…
We stayed in cottage in Anchor street Andrew was the owner, We had a lovely stay cottage was comfortable and cosy we stayed in Beginning of June Andrew was very welcoming and advised places to go would definitely recommend and most definitely return.