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Burtle, Somerset Levels, Somerset (Ref. 19388)


Very good

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  • Sleeps 6

  • Bedrooms 3

  • Bathrooms 1

  • Pets No

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  • Off road parking
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Garden / Patio
  • Cot available
  • Highchair available
  • Washing machine

Reviews & Ratings

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24 Customer Reviews

  • "Lovely property, really friendly welcome from owner and the lady who manages the property."

    Needed somewhere fully wheelchair accessible, and this didn't disappoint. The Duck next door is great - though you need to book in advance. Had several lovely day trips out to the coast and a nice day at Wookey Hole (which is accessible other than the cave itself, but they have a virtual tour for those unable to go in). Would happily return.

    Reviewed by PollyApr 2022

  • "The bungalow was just what i wanted for my elderly perents."

    On arrival we were greeted by the owner, Milk in the fridge & a pack of Bakewell tarts made for a most welcome cup of tea & a bite to eat. Accommodation is lovely with everything we needed for a perfect stay.

    The family were the perfect guests it was a pleasure to have them stay We were close friends by the end of their stay I would certainly welcome them again Property Owner

    Reviewed by GMar 2022

  • "The property was clean and warm."

    The kitchen area was well stocked with utensils and crockery. It bungalow was set up for someone, who had mobility issues - such as a wheelchair user, however this did not detract from the homely feel of the property. We would certainly stay again when we visit the area.

    Reviewed by ZoeOct 2021

  • "The bungalow was perfect!"

    So well equipped, clean, warm and comfortable. My dad has limited mobility so it was great for him and there was plenty of room for him to roam about. There wasn’t much to do in the village so you would need a car to get out and about. There is a pub within a minutes walk but if you want to eat there you have to book well in advance, even in the week. But Worcester really is a great little place to stay, it comes highly recommended from me and my family, and the owner was lovely.

    Reviewed by GeorginaOct 2021

  • "The bungalow was well equipped and had everything we needed."

    Having the disabled facilities meant my husband could enjoy his time there. Nice quiet location but was able to visit lots of places. The owner was so kind and helpful and would definitely go again. Would recommend it to anyone wanting to visit Somerset and needed disabled facilities.

    Reviewed by AnitaSep 2021

  • "We had a very warm welcome and everyone was very friendly The bungalow is extremely comfortable and beautifully decorated and cool in hot weather."

    The whole area is lovely and the pub The Duck is excellent Anyone booking with very disabled needs should speak to Anita and she will help you in this area I can honestly recommend this to anyone

    Reviewed by IreneJul 2021

  • "It was wheelchair friendly which suited my wifes needs with her mobility scooter,bungalow beautifully presented,and a nice reception from keyholder."

    Reviewed by BrianJul 2021

  • "The level access facilities made it easy to have a good holiday despite my Dad’s reduced mobility."

    My parents are now looking to move to a bungalow. It would have been nice to have a dishwasher.

    Reviewed by LizJun 2021

  • "We really enjoyed the peace and tranquillity of the accommodation and the area."

    Easy to get to interesting places around the area. The owner was extremely friendly and cautious.

    Reviewed by AnthonySep 2020

  • "Absolutely beautiful bungalow."

    Spotlessly clean with everything you could possibly need.well adapted for people with mobility issues.wide doorframe and plenty of room for wheelchairs walkers etc. Very quiet rural location so really a car is needed. Would def recommend this bungalow to anyone xxxxxxxxxx

    Reviewed by CarolynSep 2020

  • "Very spacious bungalow for our 90 year old zimmer using parents."

    The Wet room was well enjoyed and plenty of space in the kitchen. Quiet location but handy for Burnham, Wells & Glastonbury. We took bed rails & a commode and were able to accommodate these in the bedroom. If we went again we'd take seat cushions as we had to use the wheelchair cushions to get a bit of extra height. As we could only go out every other day, we did a lot of cooking in the cottage and did buy a small roasting tray for puds & lasagne & a pudding basin for puds & veg in the microwave. There was a slow cooker which would have saved us taking ours. We couldn't find a whisk and the tin opener had seen better days but overall well equipped. Plenty of towels and washing machine works well. wifi from owners bungalow a bit patchy as is phone signal on 3. We'd certainly go again and parents thoroughly enjoyed the 2 weeks we spent there.

    Reviewed by TerryFeb 2020

  • "The accommodation was fantastic, the only criticism I have is I felt the tv was not large enough for the size of the room but all in all a great place to stay."

    Thanks to Anita for all her efforts in making our holiday one to remember.

    Reviewed by RobertAug 2019

  • "The bungalow was nice and roomy ,but unfortunately Very dated and dirty ,The beds were comfy and clean ,as was the lounge ."

    But the wet room was in dire need of a refit ,the shower head was covered in black mould ,and the whole room was grubby ,The kitchen was really dirty ,The stainless steel sink was just dark brown with tea stains ,the oven shelves were brown with dirt ,the plastic table cloth was covered in stains ,all the pots and pans were old and dirty ,we didn't cook anything at all there ,despite the fact that we were planning a self catering holiday , It was such a shame because with some care it could have been a lovely bungalow

    Reviewed by MargaretMay 2019

  • "It had all we wanted and needed, the beds were very comfortable, nice ambience, we wanted a few days to have my family all together, to have fun and make memories, as unfortunately, this has been diagnosed as our last Christmas together with my husband, this we were able to do."

    The pub "the duck", was superb and just walking distance too. Thank you, to you all for your help.

    Reviewed by RosemaryDec 2018

  • "Great accommodation for the disabled of whom my wife is one, Very clean, tidy and cosy, due to the diligence of the wonderful Anita and crew."

    Lovely location with many super places to visit, and lots of good places to eat. Even the Autumn weather was beautiful for our weeks stay. Cannot recommend highly enough. Wonderful.

    Reviewed by MauriceOct 2018

  • "We had 2 wheelchair users with us and this accommodation was perfect for our needs."

    After previous disappointing holidays. Sykes cottages have restored our faith in actually believing that the perfect accommodation is out there. It tucked all the boxes and We are looking forward to returning many times in the future.

    Reviewed by PSep 2018

  • "It was a lovely holiday, the cottage had everything we needed and more very disabled friendly."

    An amazing wet room. Anita met us on our first evening and made us feel welcome. Very central for a lot of places to visit lots of nice food places. But we loved the King William Inn in Catcott a village about 5 miles away. Lovely food and friendly staff. The Duck pub is really close but it gets really busy and we weren't able to get a table. All in all a lovely break.

    Reviewed by KaySep 2018

  • "Nice place very quiet only thing missing was a door on to patio would go back again"

    Reviewed by MarilynSep 2018

  • "Wonderful accommodation, so comfortable, met with a warm welcome with added ..."

    Wonderful accommodation, so comfortable, met with a warm welcome with added extras like fresh milk, tea, coffee, sugar and fresh flowers,

    Reviewed by SueAug 2018

  • "Although the property itself was fine, the outside areas left a lot to be desired; the parking area was unsightly and weeded over, more like the back of a building site."

    The recreation area at the back of the property was covered in dead leaves, the table and chairs had to be thoroughly cleaned before they could be used and the BBQ was very old and rusty and was full of water so could not be used! This was a bit let down which could easily be put right with a bit more care and attention.

    Reviewed by HenryJun 2018

  • "Helpful in booking cottage and overall excellent service"

    Reviewed by MaureenFeb 2018

  • "The house was in just the right location with so many places to visit within easy reach."

    The owners could not have been more helpful to me. The Swan pub at the end of the road served excellent food reasonably priced with its staff giving the best of service that one came to appreciate over the course of the holiday. All that remains is to thank Sykes and everyone else for making a nice weeks holiday for me after having such a traumatic past year.

    Reviewed by WSep 2017

  • "Holiday was exactly as expected,as we've been here five times before."

    Owner was extremely friendly and helpful. Bungalow was ideal for a disabled person,but was also good for their family as well.Location was very peaceful,but in a good central situation.

    Reviewed by VanceSep 2017

  • "The bungalow was very clean and it had everything we/or anyone would need."

    The beds were very comfortable. I really liked the personal touches such as fresh flowers, milk and a cake which was left for our arrival. The owner was a really nice lady who was very friendly. Would book with Sykes again without hesitation

    Reviewed by SJul 2017

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  • All ground floor
  • Three bedrooms: 2 x double, 1 x twin
  • Wet room with shower, 2 x basins and WC, with disabled facilities; freestanding shower seat, cord pull alarm, 1 basin at lower level, WC with pull-down support rail and back rest
  • Fitted kitchen (lower worktops and hob) with dining area
  • Sitting room.
  • Oil central heating with underfloor heating in hall and wet room
  • Electric oven, ceramic hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, TV with Freeview, DVD, CD/radio, selection of books, DVDs, CDs and board games
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Travel cot and highchair on request
  • Off road parking for 2 cars
  • Ramp to front door
  • Paved rear garden with furniture
  • Sorry, no pets and no smoking
  • Shop 1.5 miles, pub 1 min walk
  • WIFI available upon request on arrival with a charge of £20.00 paid directly to the owner

The property

This delightful semi-detached bungalow is situated in a small private cul-de-sac in the village of Burtle, on the Somerset Levels.

This Somerset holiday cottage is well-equipped and provides an ideal base for families and groups of friends.

This Somerset cottage has been well thought out and offers superb facilities for disabled guests with wider doorways, lower worktops in the kitchen, a wet room and conveniently-placed electric sockets and switches, along with a paved garden and a ramp.

This holiday home in Burtle also has a welcoming sitting room and three bedrooms, consisting of two doubles and a twin.

A pub with restaurant is just at the end of the approach to the cottage, an ideal escape for a refreshing drink or tasty lunch.

Close by is the Cheddar Gorge, spooky Wookey Hole, Wells with its wonderful cathedral and the market town of Glastonbury, plus birdwatching can be enjoyed at Westhay, Godney and Westonzoyland.

Within driving distance is the seaside resort of Weston-super-Mare and the beautiful Exmoor National Park.

This lovely Burtle cottage is an excellent base for discovering all that this area has to offer.

Note: This cottage adjoins Ref. 9854 and is opposite Ref. 9852, together they sleep 16.

Jagaar Cottages

The Jagaar Cottages offer a wonderful opportunity to gather as a family to spend quality time together in the countryside of Somerset. Surrounded by the three National Nature Reserves of Huntspill River, Westhay Moor, and Shapwick Heath, the cottages are positioned in the perfect position to take advantage of stunning scenery as well as providing ample opportunities to spot nature. Found in the bustling village of Burtle, Jagaar Cottages provide you with the option to explore the rolling countryside by foot, bike, or car, dependent upon the type of fun-filled day you're seeking. The village of Burtle itself provides the hidden gem of The Duck, where you can enjoy delicious award winning pub food, and a lively Village Hall which will give you a sense of the community and togetherness of the village, as well as Café Burtle serving a wide variety of drinks and cakes to enjoy after a walk in the hills. For the avid fisherman the local area provides a variety of spots for you to spend a lazy afternoon at the waters, with Avon Fisheries just a short trip away, and Festival Carp Fishery on the way to Glastonbury, you'll be spoilt for choice where to spend your Sunday afternoons. Be sure to explore the Bristol Channel too, offering you a large selection of fishing spots including beaches that the whole family can enjoy in the summer months or for a walk with the dog in the countryside breeze. For the adventurer, dive into the action that surround you and partake in some watersports, head to Weston-super-Mare you can sail the seas, or play a round of golf on the coast front before exploring the wonders of the seaside town such as the Grand Pier, The Helicopter Museum, and the Winter Gardens Pavilion. The Mendip Hills are a must-see whilst in Burtle, offering spectacular gorges, hilltops, wooden combes and more to roam, not forgetting the famous Cheddar Gorge with caves and secrets to uncover, and the Vale of Avalon hosting tales of Arthur; there's plenty here to discover. The Jagaar Cottages are captivating properties, ideal for a countryside experience in the heart of Somerset with plenty of fun to be had for all the family.

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About the location


Glastonbury 8 miles; Burnham-on-Sea 8.5 miles; Wells 13 miles.

The little Somerset village of Burtle is one of several small communities dotted around the Vale of Avalon within the famous Somerset Levels, and is set beside one of the Levels largest water channels, which drains into the Huntspill River. The Somerset Levels are an Area of Special Scientific Interest, a low-lying marshy area which stretches from the Mendip Hills as far as Taunton. The levels are crossed by a number of drainage channels called rhynes, where willows are grown for basket making, providing unique conservation area, rich in wildlife. The flat landscape offers great cycling routes, with lovely walks to be had across the rhynes. Burtle is an excellent touring base, with the town of Street, famous for the Clarks Shopping Village, and the historic town of Glastonbury, well known for its Abbey, Tor, and festival, both only a short drive away. Alternatively, Wells Cathedral, the beaches at Burnham-on-Sea, Weston-Super-Mare, Wookey Hole and Cheddar Gorge are all easily accessible. This really is an ideal location for a fascinating and enjoyable holiday at any time of the year.

Region Information

WIFI available upon request on arrival with a charge of £20.00 paid directly to the owner.

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
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