This 17th century hideaway offers the perfect blend of original charm and modern airiness.
Situated on 100 acres of farmland in picturesque Somerset, this romantic bolthole is the perfect place to escape as a couple. Whether you prefer long walks, tourist attractions or simply taking some time out, you will be well located for exploring the very best of Somerset and Dorset.
Dating back to the 17th century, this renovated cottage is oozing with charm and tradition. Flagstone floors, exposed beams and leaded windows nod to the building’s past while contemporary furnishings and amenities make it a comfortable and practical place to stay. Unwind in the characterful lounge/diner which has an electric fire, TV and cosy seating. Rustle up a delicious meal in the stylish kitchen which has lots of surface space to prepare food. Upstairs is a bright and airy double bedroom and en-suite. On sunny evenings, enjoy meals outside in the spacious garden which has a large lawn, patio area with furniture and views across the surrounding countryside and farmland. Fishing, kayaking and yachting are all possible at the nearby reservoir where there is also a picnic area.
When you are finished exploring the surrounding farmland, there is lots to see within easy reach of this property. Keen cyclists will enjoy access from the doorstep to National Route 26 of the National Cycle Network, and foodies will find a pub that serves food 0.5 miles away. Yeovil town is just 4 miles up the road and has a wide mix of eateries and shops to peruse. The pretty village of West Bay is 16.5 miles away and has two lovely beaches. A little further down the coast is Cogden Beach (19 miles), which sits at one end of the lengthy and fascinating Chesil Beach, part of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site. Visit the superb cave network of Wookey Hole (27.5 miles).