Winscombe 1.8 miles.
Cheddar 5 miles.
A superb, converted barn set amongst two acres of grounds in the peaceful hamlet of Barton, surrounded by fields, woods and the Mendip Hills, just under two miles from the large village of Winscombe.
Situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this wonderful holiday home is an ideal base for families or friends looking to enjoy all that Somerset has to offer.
This delightful cottage offers three spacious double bedrooms, a bathroom with a bath and a separate shower cubicle, a shower room, a large well-equipped kitchen with dining area and a cosy sitting room with woodburning stove.
Outside there is an enclosed lawned garden and a gravelled area with a table and seats.
Winscombe has a lovely array of independent shops, hairdressers, health treatments and tea rooms, as well as a pub.
The long sandy beach from Brean to Burnham-on-Sea is a short drive away or why not visit nearby Cheddar with its impressive gorge and caves?
Wells, England’s smallest city, with its magnificent cathedral is just fourteen miles away or if you are looking for some retail therapy, Clark’s Village at Street (next to Glastonbury) is an easy drive, as are the vibrant cities of Bath, and Bristol.
This charming holiday home is a peaceful base, perfect for exploring the Somerset countryside.
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.