Wassail Cottage is a converted hay store situated in Wedmore, Somerset which overlooks an apple orchard that the owner’s use to make delicious products.
The cottage has undergone a number of updates, with the overall look being very modern and feeling welcoming and spacious.
It is perfect for families.
The cottage has French windows that open into an open plan living room, dining area and an isolated ‘galley’ fitted kitchen.
The living features include a TV, WiFi, iPod dock and a wood burning stove.
Upstairs you will find one king-size bedroom and one twin room occupied with bunk beds and a separate family shower room and WC.
Outside there is a patio area and an additional garden area across the driveway.
Guests will have access to a large paddock behind the owner’s house which has a footpath that leads to their medieval apple orchard and has excellent views across the Mendip Hills.
Wedmore has a reputation for exquisite food and drink and is close to Cheddar, which is famous for gorge and caves.
Glastonbury is the scene of the great annual festival and is only a short drive away.
You could find yourself venturing toward the World Heritage city of Bath for its grand Georgian architecture and its Roman remains.
For the sport enthusiasts, the local countryside has plenty of excellent walks and cycle rides.
If it’s dramatic landscapes you want, visit the West Somerset coastline.
Alternatively, the scenic Somerset coast and Exmoor National Park are both easily accessible, truly spoiling you for choice of how to spend your holiday.
Wassail Cottage is the perfect place for families looking for a remote countryside break.
Two bedrooms: 1 x king size double, 1 x full size bunks.
Shower room with shower, basin and WC.
Open plan living room with dining area.
About the location
Cheddar 4 miles; Burnham-on-Sea 10 miles; Glastonbury 13 miles; Weston-super-Mare 16 miles.
The friendly Somerset village of Wedmore is situated in an elevated location between the scenic Somerset Levels and the Mendip Hills, a few miles south of Cheddar and an easy drive from the historic cathedral city of Wells and Glastonbury. The village offers an excellent range of local shops and pubs serving good food, real ale and Somerset ciders. Wonderful walks make Wedmore and the surrounding area a haven for walkers and birdwatchers, with the numerous bird species that breed in this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Cyclists will enjoy the picturesque landscape that crosses the Levels, while Wells - the country’s smallest city, with it’s beautiful cathedral, is perfect for culture lovers. Visit the ancient town of Glastonbury, well-known for its annual music festival and connections to all things mystical, while Cheddar, with its spectacular gorge and fascinating caves, provides a super day out. Alternatively, the scenic Somerset coast and Exmoor National Park are both easily accessible, truly spoiling you for choice of how to spend your holiday!
Note: There is space for guests to bring their own cot.