Charming detached victorian holiday cottage

Charming detached victorian holiday cottage


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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
1 Bathrooms

About our home

St. Edmund’s Cottage is a self catering cottage located in an enchanting place. Nestled on the ancient isle of Avalon, against the backdrop of the glorious Glastonbury Tor and surrounded by the soft, green, rolling hills of the Mendips, it truly is one of the most beautiful landscapes the English countryside can offer.


More about us

  1. We're a married and retired couple.

  2. We have lived most of our overseas in the Far East & Europe.

  3. We love walking, wild life and travel.

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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
The Who'd A Thought It Inn... Situated in the heart of the unique and mystical market town of Glastonbury in one of the prettiest areas of England. A truly traditional public house that serves Real Ales, and an excellent selection of wines. We serve restaurant quality meals (booking advisable) with a wide range of choice on a well thought out menu that is served in a warm and friendly atmosphere. Simply the best place to eat in town!
Cozy cafés
Numerous cafes to meet alltastes See
Bit of culture
The Mendip District of Somerset is a picturesque area in the South West of England. Its wonderful scenery ranges from the limestone Mendip Hills to the tranquil Somerset Levels - which makes for fascinating walks and cycle rides. Mendip has five historic towns: Frome, Glastonbury, Shepton Mallet, Street and Wells. Along with the rest of South West England, the Mendip Hills have a temperate climate generally wetter and milder than the rest of England. The annual mean temperature is about 10 °C (50 °F) with seasonal and diurnal variations, but the modifying effect of the sea, restricts the range to less than that in most other parts of the United Kingdom. Places of interest to visit include: Wells: - Wells Cathedral started in 1180 and largely completed by 1306; - Bishop's Palace, Moat & Gardens a medieval palace the home of the Bishops for over 800 years; - Vicars Close: medieval cobbled street built in 1360 and said to be the oldest continually occupied street in Europe; Wookey Hole Caves: a great day out for all the family, whatever the weather; Cheddar Caves & Gorge: you'll find eight great attractions in Britain's biggest gorge; East Somerset Railway: Steam through the rolling Mendip countryside on a day out at the East Somerset Railway. Bath: has a diverse collection of museums and attractions, including the world famous Roman Baths, Royal Crescent and stunning Thermae Bath Spa. Yeovil: Fleet Air Arm Museum.

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