Right in the centre of town, on Watchet's Swain Street, discover the wonderful world of Swain House Boutique B&B.
Easy-going, informal and bursting with life, this lovingly restored 18th century shop oozes eclectic style and contemporary rustic charm.
Only a stroll from the coast, Watchet boasts a beach and a beautiful harbour marina, which inspired English poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge to write The Rime of the Ancient Mariner in 1798.
The stay at Swain House offers the perfect combination of sea side energy, rural loveliness and coastal beauty that makes it just about the most perfect place to be.
Swain House has four expansive rooms, designed for indulgent getaways. Each room has a king-size bed with fine quality crisp white luxury cotton, high spec en-suite bathroom with a freestanding rolltop slipper bath, walk in double tiled shower, piles of fluffy white towels, pure cotton waffle bathrobes and complimentary luxury toiletries.
All of our rooms have a flat screen Sony Bravia Television with DVD player, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer, iron and ironing board along with a safe for your peace of mind.
The rooms are painted in a skimming stone with one wall in a mural from either the National Gallery or the National Portrait Gallery.
Extras can be ordered for your room, so on arrival you could have some luxury homemade truffles, local florist bouquet of flowers or strawberries and a bottle of Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin Champagne chilling in a bucket of ice!