A detached, single-storey holiday cottage peacefully situated within the charming Somerset village of Westbury-sub-Mendip on the southern slopes of the Mendip Hills, between Wells and Cheddar Gorge.
Comfortably furnished and well equipped, this cottage offers couples an attractive and convenient holiday base in a most picturesque part of Somerset.
The open plan living area provides light and airy accommodation with a twin bedroom plus the option of a full-size folding bed.
Doors from the sitting room open out onto a small, enclosed private patio complete with garden furniture, while a short stroll takes you down to the village shop and pub with local footpaths stretching in all directions.
There's plenty to see within a short drive, including the stunning Cheddar Gorge as well as the caves and attractions at Wookey Hole.
Alternatively, visit the charming medieval market city of Wells, named after the springs which still bubble up today in the grounds of the beautiful cathedral.
A little further afield you can spend the day touring the Somerset Levels, which offer an abundance of wildlife and pretty villages, or browse the amazing shops or tour the ruined abbey at mystical Glastonbury.
A delightful cottage offering a convenient Somerset village holiday base at any time of the year.
All ground floor. One twin bedroom with single folding bed. Shower room with shower, shower seat, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
Wookey Hole 2 miles; Wells 4 miles; Cheddar 5 miles.
The Somerset village of Westbury-sub-Mendip, boasts a pub and local shops. It nestles beneath the southern slopes of the Mendip Hills half way between Cheddar Gorge and the attractive cathedral city of Wells, both around four miles away. The surrounding Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty provides a wealth of scenic footpaths and rugged landscapes, a superb centre for caving and rock climbing, with nearby Cheddar Gorge and Wookey Hole Caves both offering great days out. Alternatively, Wells, England’s smallest city, with its 13th century cathedral, Bishop’s Palace and twice weekly market is well worth a visit. With the picturesque Somerset levels, as well as mystic Glastonbury also an easy drive away, this attractive area makes a convenient and ideal touring base.