18th century cottage in beautiful rural setting.

18th century cottage in beautiful rural setting.

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Our traditional cottage build around 1740 is fully modernised with efficient central heating and Wi-fi. There are three bedrooms, a spacious living room and well equipped kitchen diner. There is a Woodburner in the living room. One main bathroom/ toilet, a second shower room and separate toilet. Its spacious garden with flowerbeds, wild flower areas and trees looks up to the Mendip Hills in Somerset with stunning views.

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

The cottage is in a very quiet little hamlet with small lanes safe for children to walk and cycle. It is set in an area of outstanding natural beauty in the Mendip Hills with many footpaths all around and within 20 minute drive to Weston Super Mare, 30 minutes to cathedral city of Wells, and Glastonbury with its Abbey and Tor. From the cottage you can walk over the Mendip Hills on the many footpaths or explore Cheddar gorge and caves. Just over one hours drive to the Dorset and Devon coast.

Buzzy restaurants
Within walking distance along the lanes or over the fields are two family friendly pubs, both with garden. The New Inn has excellent dining., and the White Hart has simple lunches and evening meals. serving food. The small medieval town of Axbridge is two miles away with more dining options and pubs.
Cozy cafés
Axbridge has a good cafe/tea room and there are numerous cafes in Wells and Glastonbury.
Retail therapy
Wells has a good choice of all kinds of shops. Further afield there is Bath and Bristol.
Bit of culture
Axbridge is a medieval small town with its own museum. Wells has a world famous cathedral and the Bishops Palace with beautiful grounds and gardens. Bath is well. Known.
Walks in the park
It is excellent walking country. From the cottage an hours round walk will take you up to Crook Peak, a well known landmark with views over the Bristol Channel. A drive towards the coast takes you to Brean Down with a National trust cafe and walk out over the channel to an old fort. The Somerset levels have several nature reserves beloved of birdwatchers
Day tripping
For those with children Weston-super-mare is a 20 minutes drive with its sandy beach, pier etc. Cheddar gorge is 15 minutes away with caves and wonderful walks.

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