A comfortable first floor apartment, set back from the main road in the seaside village of Brean, Somerset.
Cheerily-furnished to provide you with a home-from-home holiday property, this apartment is ideal for a family or a small group of friends.
This lovely apartment boasts two bedrooms, one double and one twin, as well as a bathroom for those well-needed soaks after a day out strolling along the sands.
There’s also a sitting room with a sofa bed for flexible sleeping and a lovely dining room, the ideal place to enjoy a delicious meal prepared in the kitchen.
Just two minutes’ walk away is the golden beach of Brean Sands, as well as numerous bars, restaurants and a delightful amusement park on your doorstep.
With so much close by, you needn’t use the car for a fun-filled day or evening out, but within an hour’s drive you have a whole range of attractions to spend your days enjoying.
The delights of both Weston-super-Mare and Burnham-on-Sea are waiting for you to explore, where the children can delight in a donkey ride before building sandcastles.
Magical Glastonbury is also well-worth visiting, as are the stupendous Cheddar Caves and Gorge offering fun for all the family.
Further afield you have Bath and Bristol for a spot of retail therapy and bags of culture, whilst animal lovers will be in their element on a day out at Longleat Safari Park.
With all this and more, this Somerset apartment is a great base for a holiday beside the sea to remember.
About the location
Burnham-on-Sea 4 miles; Weston-super-Mare 9 miles; Glastonbury 20 miles.
The village of Brean is situated on the Somerset coast, between ever-popular Weston-super-Mare and delightful Burnham-on-Sea. A popular holiday destination, ideal for families, the village offers a fun amusement park, a range of shops and pubs and a sandy beach. Less than 10 miles away is the traditional seaside town Weston-super-Mare, offering awarding-winning sandy beaches, donkey rides, water sports, restaurants and shops as well as the Playhouse, Winter Gardens and the Grand Pier. Burnham-on-Sea is also within easy reach and boasts seven miles of unspoilt sandy beaches, sailing, fishing, a theatre, cinema, swimming pool and sports academy, gardens, bi-annual food and drink festivals, live music, Guy Fawkes carnival, and a 36 hole championship golf course. The famous Cheddar Caves and Gorge, with amazing clifftop walks, are less than an hour away, as is historic Wells with its beautiful cathedral. Glastonbury, with its mystical connections to King Arthur is central to the Avalon marshes, one of the largest lowland wetlands in the UK, a complex landscape teeming with wildlife. Further afield, you can enjoy the breathtaking coastline, cliffs, sheltered bays and the famous wild ponies of the beautiful Exmoor National Park.