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.
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.
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.