Minehead Self Catering Cottage

Pebbles is a charming cottage in Minehead, close to the harbour. It is a Grade II listed cottage in a line of fishermen’s dwellings built in the 17th century by the Luttrell family (of Dunster Castle) along Quay Street.

From the front bedroom there are uninterrupted views over the Bristol Channel to Wales and, to the east, the Quantock Hills and the islands of Steep Holme and Flat Holme.

Behind the cottage is a hard standing area for off-street parking (one of the few in Quay Street) and a secluded spot in which to sit and catch the afternoon and evening sun.

The starting point of the South West Coast Path, which eventually ends at Poole, is a few minutes walk from the front door.  

The town centre shops, through the picturesque Blenheim Gardens, are a short and level walk away.

Quay Street is renowned for its speciality restaurants, a tea room, and its two public houses, the Quay Inn and, on the harbour, The Old Ship Aground.

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