Yeovil 2.4 miles.
Shippon Barn rests peacefully next door to the owner's bed and breakfast in the hamlet of Mudford Sock, just outside the vibrant town of Yeovil.
With a modern design and countryside views from the patio, bring your family or friends to share a memorable break in Somerset.
Entrance is gained via the French doors, which will have ramp access for those with limited mobility, and being all on ground floor, it is a very suitable dwelling.
Step inside to find a beautiful open-plan living room decorated to a high standard of quality, with two large sofas wrapped around a woodburning stove.
You will be glad of the warmth during those cold winter months, where all you want to do in sit back and relax in front of the Smart TV.
This space is very light and bright and plays host to a lovely dining area followed by a sleek kitchen.
You have all the necessary equipment to create a delicious home prepared meal for your family.
The bathroom has also been thoughtfully designed, with a gleaming bath tub and separate walk-in shower benefitting those less able on their feet.
At the end of an adventurous day, you can retire to a lovely king-size double room or a twin, both well-presented, with modern furnishings and uplifting colour schemes.
To the exterior you have your very own garden space, with seating for you to relax away an afternoon with a drink.
Venture into Yeovil and experience some of the town's fine attractions.
You have pubs, shops and restaurants, as well as the National Trust's Montacute House, Yeovil Country Park, with wildlife, riverside walks and a dog-friendly café, along with beautiful scenery.
Explore Glasonbury Abbey and unveil its stunning history, discover the delightful Titinhull Garden and travel down to the Dorset AONB, for some peaceful walking country and a breath of fresh air.
This is a superb choice for your next holiday in Somerset.
About the location
Sherborne 5.9 miles; Glastonbury 17 miles
This English town with a vibrant market place rests in the southern region of Somerset, with its own football team, athletics club and leisure centre. It has a detailed history, with a background in aircraft and defence industries, making it a target for bombing in World War II. It boasts many attractions worth a visit and a thriving culture attracting visitors from all over. Pay a visit to the National Trust's Montacute House, which dates back to 1601 and plays host to a Long Gallery and pretty gardens. Ninesprings is a lovely woodland park within the Yeovil Country Park, boasting scenic footpaths a dog-friendly café/visitor centre and a plethora of ever-changing landscape scenery. You can also enjoy birdwatching in some areas of the park, as well as riverside walks and wildlife spotting. The Fleet Air arm Museum if one for those who love learning about the history of aircraft, with collections, exhibitions and many events on throughout the year. You also have Tintinhull Garden, Glastonbury Abbey and the Yeovil Railway Centre. On the eastern fringes of Yeovil is the historic town of Sherborne, just across the border in Dorset, with its magnificent abbey, two stunning castles and picturesque Almshouse. With the Dorset AONB on the doorstep, offering beautiful countryside scenery, historical landmarks and a sense of tranquility, this makes the ideal location for a holiday in Somerset.