This idyllic, mid-terrace cottage rests within the delightful village of Norton-sub-Hamdon.
Your family will be delighted with this elegant cottage, offering superb walks around the Somerset countryside.
Situated on the ground floor is a well-presented sitting room, where you can curl up with your loved ones in front of the TV and charming fireplace during a winter’s evening.
Moving through the property, you will discover a brightly-decorated kitchen, housing all the necessities you will require throughout your stay, finished with a neutral colour palette and comfortable furnishings.
Completing the ground floor is a handy downstairs shower room with a walk-in shower, basin and WC.
Unwind of an evening within the master bedroom, offering you a spacious king-size double bedroom with a chair bed and room for a travel cot, whereas the second bedroom houses twin beds, perfect for the younger guests.
Enjoy a morning coffee within the cottage’s fully enclosed rear garden with a decked area and seating.
The central location of the dwelling means that you are a mere stone’s throw away from the local pub and shop, perfect for picking up any holiday essentials.
The area is a superb walking destination, with Ham Hill country park on your doorstep, you and your loved ones can take a leisurely stroll through woods and ridges whilst appreciating spectacular surrounding views.
For a taste of history, the nearby village of Montacute is home to the National Trust’s Montacute House, a country manor from 1601 with beautiful formal gardens, the area has some of the finest historic houses and gardens to visit.
Further afield is the larger town of Glastonbury, where you will find an array of shops, pubs and restaurants to suit all ages and tastes, in addition to a wealth of attractions to keep you busy.
Greenham Cottage promises a superb family getaway to Somerset.
About the location
Yeovil 9 miles; Glastonbury 19 miles.
A thriving countryside village resting within the district of South Somerset, just 9 miles from the town of Yeovil. This small village plays host to a church, a shop, a village hall, The Lord Nelson pub and a number of local businesses. Nearby is the larger village of Stoke-sub-Hamdon, where you can explore the Fives Court Wall, and the Stoke-sub-Hamdon Priory. Ham Hill Country Park with its Millennium Stones is in walking distance. Within a half hour drive you will find the iconic town of Glastonbury, which houses a wealth of shops, cafes, restaurants and pubs to enjoy, as well as attractions which include Glastonbury Abbey, Glastonbury Tor, King Arthur's Tomb, and the famous music festival during the summer. Norton-sub-Hamdon is a quaint base for exploring Somerset further.