Winscombe 1.8 miles.
Cheddar 5 miles.
This delightful single-storey barn conversion is situated in two acres of grounds, within the quiet hamlet of Barton, close to the large village of Winscombe and the stunning Cheddar Gorge.
Surrounded by the Mendip Hills, this superb cottage is an ideal retreat for a couple looking for a lovely break away.
Once inside this welcoming holiday home you will find a spacious super king-size double bedroom, with an adjacent bathroom, as well as a large open plan living area with a well-equipped kitchen, dining area and comfy sitting area.
On a sunny day venture outside and relax in the enclosed lawned garden, perhaps with a glass of something chilled to hand.
Also available is an enclosed field, ideal for stretching the legs and enjoying the views over Loxton Valley.
Close by is Winscombe village with its independent shops, tea rooms and pub, and there’s plenty to see and do within reach including the stunning gorge and caves in Cheddar, Wells, England’s smallest city, the sandy beaches from Brean Point to Burnham-on-Sea, plus the vibrant city of historic Bath.
Also you may wish to visit Glastonbury and nearby Street (Clarks Shopping Village), for some retail therapy.
This charming holiday cottage makes a perfect romantic getaway in a tranquil setting.
All ground floor. One super king-size double bedroom. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
Cheddar 4 miles; Burnham-on-Sea 10 miles.
Winscombe is a large village in North Somerset and makes a superb base for exploring the surrounding countryside and coastline. The village is located in the Mendip Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is well-served by a selection of shops and cafes. Head to the coast and discover Burnham-on-Sea with its seven miles of unspoilt sandy beaches, sailing, fishing and donkey rides, as well as Burnham and Barrow Championship Golf Course. The nearby traditional seaside town of Weston-super-Mare offers awarding-winning sandy beaches, restaurants and shops, as well as the Playhouse, Winter Gardens and the Grand Pier offering a year-round programme of shows, musicals and fairs. Drive five miles inland to Cheddar, on the edge of the Mendip Hills and renowned for Cheddar Gorge, the largest gorge in Britain, which includes several show caves such as Gough’s Cave, through which Britain’s biggest underground river runs. Cyclists will enjoy the picturesque paths that cross the Somerset Levels, while Wells, the country’s smallest city, with its beautiful cathedral, and Glastonbury Tor, with its connections to King Arthur are both nearby. A great holiday destination for those wishing to enjoy the peaceful surroundings.
Note: Sorry, only 1 infant.