- Off road parking
- Ground floor accommodation
- Ground floor bedroom
- Open fire
- Garden / Patio
- Cot available
- Highchair available
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
- Washing machine
- Broadband / WiFi
Reviews & Ratings
19 Customer Reviews
"The photos advertising the property don’t do it justice!"
We were pleasantly surprised to have the whole house! Very spacious and well equipped. We loved the beautiful private garden and enjoyed sitting under the parasol in the sunshine. The cottage was super accessible to the coast and countryside which was great for us. We hope to return and would definitely highly recommend to others!!
"Ammerham Farm Cottage was lovely and the owners very helpful."
Lovely setting, well equipped and nice peaceful location. The brownies were a lovely touch and very tasty.
"A wonderful cottage, a friendly welcome and a great base to explore a lovely ..."
A wonderful cottage, a friendly welcome and a great base to explore a lovely part of the country - we hope to return sometime
"We were warmly welcomed by Henny and given a gift of delicious brownies."
The cottage is beautiful, very spacious, immaculately clean and was generously supplied with everything we needed for our stay. The beds were comfortable and there was plenty of hot water on demand for the fabulous showers and bath. All the appliances are good quality and easy to use, the laundry room was a great bonus for getting our beach towels washed and dried. We loved sitting in the garden and conservatory enjoying the sun and watching the birds, it was so peaceful and quiet. We enjoyed exploring the towns, beaches and National Trust properties all within easy driving distance and then coming back to our lovely home from home. Thank you Henny for letting us enjoy your beautiful cottage, we hope we can come again!
"Thoroughly enjoyed our long weekend in this 1st Class, comfortable, clean, spacious and quiet country cottage."
The garden was a delight to relax in and we had fun playing games on the lawn. Thank you Henny for the warm welcome and the delicious brownies.
"As the owner didn't meet us on arrival, as stated, we had no information on how to use any appliances in the kitchen, even finding the hidden cutlery drawer was a challenge."
There was no local information provided, e.g. nearest shop, places to eat, local walks etc. On day 3 heating went off, information pack in property stated heating was switched off in summer (not mentioned in your on line information) so we assumed this had happenned untill hot water ran out on day 5. Owner contacted who visited and after investigating said the heating oil tank was empty Blamed an oil leak? So several cold nights and 1 day only a cold shower. Overall a loveley cottage but let down by owners lack of customer care. Left us rather dissapointed.
"We thoroughly enjoyed our stay in this comfortable, well equiped cottage with lovely views over fields and trees."
"We were both delighted with the cottage."
Thoroughly enjoyed our visit there especially the sun room .
"Very clean spacious cottage in a beautiful location."
The owner met us on arrival and was very helpful with anything we required. The cottage had everything you could need. The only one issue for us was the peace & quite that we’re expecting was ruined most days by the house at the back of the cottage that had 2 or maybe 3 dogs that would constantly bark every morning and was very annoying and spoilt our holiday. If you like barking dogs, book this cottage.
Thank you for your feedback. I'm so very sorry about the dogs barking. I understand the house next door were looking after someone else's dog that week and they were a bit overexcited. We have never had any other complaints about the dogs - I am just so sorry it happened in your week. kind regards. Property Owner
"An absolutely wonderful cottage, very comfortably and generously furnished and equipped to the highest standard."
A rare find in that it was very well catered for both my older parents and young children. Henny's hospitality and communication were fantastic. We wish her every continued success with the cottage and hope to be able to return one day!
"Lovely weeks stay at this property, it was spacious, clean and recently renovated very nicely."
Henny greeted us and was very welcoming and helpful with suggestions of things to do and places to eat. We were a group of 4 adults and 2 children and it suited us perfectly, the garden was secure and lovely for the children to play in as we were lucky enough to have some great weather! The place is perfect for unwinding and relaxing. Forbe Abbey is around the corner, and a few beaches we visited were a 25 minute drive away.
"A peaceful setting surrounded by beautiful nature."
Good facilities and a helpful owner. We very much enjoyed staying there, and would like to come back when it's possible. Thank you!
"Very enjoyable stay in a beautiful rural setting."
The cottage and its’ garden were lovely and made for a great base for exploring the coastline of Somerset, Dorset, Devon and Cornwall. The property was well-equipped, furnished and decorated throughout - and managed to blend the modern and the traditional with great success. The owner, Henny, also runs a food business - and offered to deliver various baked items, which were tasty with good quality fillings - and fresh farm milk. The beds were very comfortable and our party all slept very well throughout the stay. The log burner created a nice cosy atmosphere in the snug/TV room, after dinner during some chilly March evenings.
"Beautiful rural location."
Great well equipped property, extremely clean and excellent hosts.
"A beautiful country cottage in an ideal location."
The interior is very well finished & the owners seem to have thought of everything. We were greeted by Henny (the owner) on arrival & shown around which was really appreciated as other cottages we’ve been to have just provided a key code.
"Beautiful cottage in excellent location and within 30min of the beach, very well thought out with everything you require."
Very comfortable and clean. Look forward to staying there again.
Perfect in every way.
"An excellent cottage in a rural location."
A half hour drive to West Bay and Bridport. Would thoroughly recommend.
"Very comfortable cottage with well thought out facilities."
Lovely hosts who helped us make our 1 week stay a home away from home. The cottage itself is perched in the middle of beautiful natural landscapes, and has great walks and nearby attractions to drive to.
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- Three bedrooms: 1 x super-king-size (zip/link, can be twin on request), 1 x ground-floor king-size with en-suite walk-in shower, basin and WC, 1 x twin
- Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC
- Cloakroom with basin and WC
- Open-plan living space with kitchen, dining area and sitting area
- Sitting room with woodburning stove
- Oil central heating with woodburning stove
- Electric oven and induction hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, TV, WiFi
- Fuel, power and starter pack for woodburning stove inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Highchair and travel cot available
- Private driveway parking for 3 cars
- Large garden with lawn, patio, furniture and summer house
- Sorry, no pets and no smoking
- Shop and pub 0.9 miles
- Note: There are steps leading down from the conservatory to the garden, please take care
- Note: Check-in is from 5pm, check-out by 10am
Winsham 0.9 miles.
Perched on the edge of the tiny hamlet of Ammerham, near Winsham, Somerset, is the charming detached, Ammerham Farm Cottage.
Set over two floors and sleeping up to six guests, Ammerham Farm Cottage is a superb and generous dwelling for your Somerset getaway, with its fantastic countryside views that can be enjoyed from the large garden or the comfort of your room and easy links to Chard and the Jurassic Coast.
Arriving at the property, there is a spacious driveway that can accommodate three cars, so you can unload your bags with ease and take in your glorious countryside surroundings before stepping into the cottage.
Be welcomed into the homely sitting room, where you can look forward to putting your feet up and enjoying your favourite film in front of the warming woodburning stove set in a exposed stone inglenook; on cooler mornings, sip your coffee on the delightful window seat which offers attractive views of the garden.
Moving through to the heart of the property, find an ample open-plan living space with kitchen, dining area and sitting area, where you can enjoy whipping up delicious meals for your guests in the well-equipped kitchen whilst still being a part of the conversation, settle down to enjoy a tasty home-cooked meal around the dining table or retiring to the relaxing seating area to toast to a wonderful holiday with a glass of fizz.
When night falls, you have the option to retire to one of three bedrooms, the first being a tastefully decorated ground-floor king-size with its own en-suite shower room, ideal for those with limited mobility and where everything can be accessed in one place.
Completing the ground floor is a handy cloakroom, negating any toilet queues!
Moving upstairs, you will find two additional bedrooms, a super-king-size and a twin, each beautifully decorated and retaining original features with beams adding a truly traditional feel.
After a long day of exploring, have a relaxing soak in the bath with your favourite book and escape reality.
Treat yourself to a spot of alfresco dining at the lovely seating area in the spacious garden, where you can watch on as the children enjoy running and playing games.
Get to know your local surroundings and visit the small village of Winsham, which has all you could need during your stay, with a village shop selling fresh and local produce, The Bell, which serves a selection of local ales.
There are numerous and restaurants in the vicinity where you can skip cooking for the evening and treat the family to an evening out.
This delightful village is perfectly situated on the Liberty Trail and Wessex Ridgeway, so grab your walking boots and enjoy these scenic walks and many more.
For those who are keen to learn the local history, the remarkable sites of Forde Abbey, with its vibrant gardens and country house and the National Trust site of Lambert’s Castle are certainly not to be missed.
Surrounded by multiple Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, one of which overlooks the gorgeous Axe Valley, Winsham is a walker’s haven which offers the opportunity to truly immerse yourself in nature and local life.
Just a short drive away is the small town of Chard, where you can learn more about the town by visiting its local museum, visit the impressive Hornsbury Mill, which is set in five acres of beautiful landscaped water gardens, here you can enjoy a delicious meal at the Mill Restaurant as the original waterwheel runs beside you.
Venture a little further to the famous 95-mile Jurassic Coast, which spans from Exmouth, Devon all the way to Old Harry Rocks near Swanage, Dorset.
Beach comb the shores of the coast and soak up the incredible views, try your hand at fossil collecting where you can uncover your very own piece of history, or take a dip in the blue waters.
If you can tear yourself way the Victorian seaside town of Sidmouth in the West, Lyme Regis and West Bay are all within easy driving distance, promising a fun-filled day for all the family.
Return to Ammerham Farm Cottage year after year to enjoy a relaxing holiday in Somerset with your loved ones.
About the location
Chard 3 miles; Bridport 12 miles.
An attractive rural South Somerset village, close to an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, overlooking the Axe Valley, on the borders of Dorset and Devon. Winsham offers visitors a friendly, lively village base, with lots going on locally, together with a thriving village shop and pub, which serves a good selection of real ales. Being situated on the Liberty Trail and the Wessex Ridgeway, there are plenty of walking opportunities affording wonderful views straight from the door, and those who love exploring beautiful gardens and country houses are spoilt for choice with Forde Abbey, East Lambrook, Barrington Court as well as Montacute House, used as a setting for TV's Wolf Hall, all a short drive. There's easy access to the whole of the Jurassic Coast, from the wonderful old Victorian seaside town of Sidmouth in the west, Lyme Regis, and West Bay right round to Abbotsbury, with its famous swannery and subtropical gardens to the east. Winsham provides a perfect village touring base for enjoying both the coast and the countryside in one of the West Country's most unspoilt rural areas.
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