My wife and I spent 4 nights here while visiting family nearby. The cottage is recently converted, with a well equipped kitchen, downstairs loo and sitting area downstairs and upstairs there are two good sized bedrooms ( one double and one twin) plus a bathroom.
The cottages are off a very quiet lane yet only half a mile from Combe St Nicholas with its pub and shop and has easy access to the A303. It's less than 20 mins to towns like Ilminster, and Taunton and Honiton is about 30 mins away while it's only an hour or so to the coast. At night it is eerily quiet - no traffic noise at all. The adjoining cottage was empty while we stayed so that probably helped but this is the quietest place we have ever stayed in!
Beds can be a very personal thing. These were on the firm side but are comfortable.
Overall it is a super self catering cottage and the owner, Leigh was very welcoming and helpful - even down to some free eggs from her delightful chickens (no cockerel so no early morning crowing!). We will be staying again i'm sure.
We stayed at Rose cottage, we were in between a move, The cottage is all new, with Laura Ashley settee's, hotpoint white goods, duralit toaster and kettle, it is luxury and heaven rolled into one, waking up and looking out the window is so refreshing, wood burner, we didn't light, as we were warm as toast with the central heating, it's a 10 minute walk to Combe St Nicholas to the shop, for papers, milk, hot pies, and a 10 minute drive to Chard, with a good selection of shops to browse, then you have Seaton, Charmouth, Lyme Regis and Weymouth with the latter being the furthest at about 1hr, then you have Taunton and Yeovil about 30mins with the usual town centre shops, but we were happy to be at Rose, if the weather had been better lots of walking could of been done, but I think we had the rainy season, you also have the pub Green Dragon, special nights with entertainment and good food, you have outside patio and table and chairs which could be used in better weather, but it was December when we visited, Now last but not least Leigh and Nick the owners, and your neighbours, such a lovely genuine couple, who made you so welcome, and were very helpful with anything you need to know, they would go the extra mile for perfection, but that said, you were also left to get on with your stay, no intrusion at all, you will go days without seeing them, or glimpse Leigh or Nick feeding the chickens and talking to them, along with Poppy the Lurcher, walking the fields, I would not hesitate to recommend rose cottage, bluebell next door is identical slightly larger garden, anyone choosing either will have a wonderful stay.