The Loft at Lucott House sits stylishly on the first floor and enjoys a peaceful countryside location, while being just ¾ mile from the beautiful UNESCO world heritage city of Bath.
Designed perfectly for couples, bring your other half along to this tasteful property for that much-needed break in beautiful countryside.
Take the external wooden steps up to The Loft and savour another look at the rolling countryside before entering your home-from-home.
The living area is beautifully furnished and benefits from an open-plan layout; its pristine finish is enhanced by a flutter of charming antique features.
It boasts a well-appointed kitchen, a romantic dining table and a snug two-seater sofa in full view of the Smart TV - an ideal spot to curl up and relax of an evening.
Head through into the splendid and peaceful king-size bedroom which is served by a lusciously tiled shower room, boasting a glistening finish and featuring a superb walk-in shower.
When outside, you can choose to admire the scenery from the seating area at the top of the steps, or head down and enjoy a relaxing drink or two on the patio whilst looking out over the owner's stunning gardens.
If you fancy a calming countryside stroll, you are certainly in luck with this location as fine walking is available right from your doorstep.
Why not meander to the award winning farm shop at Newton St Loe with its fantastic café or reward yourself with a pint of local cider at the Ring of Bells in Priston?
Alternatively, head into the striking city of Bath, a place bursting with dramatic architecture, including the Roman Baths and the Abbey.
There is certainly no shortage of things to do in this beautiful place.
Somerset is abundant with fascinating villages and towns that have lots to offer.
You can easily reach the equally attractive city of Bristol, the enchanting town of Glastonbury, or the quaint village of Lacock.
Discover all that spectacular area has to offer from this wonderfully snug annexe for two
About the location
Bristol 13 miles; Glastonbury 25 miles.
The beautiful, cosmopolitan city of Bath, a World Heritage Site, offers something for everyone. No matter the time of year you visit, you are likely to find events catering for all tastes, from the famous Christmas market to music, food and cultural festivals and world-class theatre productions on offer at the Theatre Royal. The streets are lined with every kind of restaurant and the wide range of quality bars and shops are sure to tempt. The stunning architecture of Georgian terraces are famous and a joy to behold, whilst a visit to the celebrated Roman Baths and wonderful abbey are a must whilst staying in this beautiful city. Should you tire of all on offer in the centre then there are many attractions located under an hour’s drive away; take a gentle boat trip along the Kennet and Avon Canal, explore the craft shops at local Frome or Bradford-on-Avon, or explore mystical Glastonbury, Cheddar Caves, Wookey Hole, Lacock or even ancient Stonehenge. Bath offers visitors a very special holiday experience, whatever the season.