Rural Accommodation

Honeysuckle Cottage

Self Catering
£295.00
 -  £620.00
Notes : per week
Honeysuckle Cottage
Worth
Wells
BA5 1LW
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Owner Information
Luana Law
Somerset
Phone : +44 (0)1749 678971
Situated in the heart of rural Somerset and on a small working farm, this recent barn conversion maintains the 'olde worlde' charm, but offers all the amenities of a luxury holiday home.

The cottage is available for both Self Catering lets and for Bed & Breakfast accommodation.

Self Catering lets are usually weekly, but short term lets are available especially outside the peak holiday season.

Centrally heated throughout, the cottage has three bedrooms - two doubles and a single (each with TV and one with en-suite facilities), looking out over the rolling Mendip hills and surrounding countryside.

The spacious dining/living room maintains a cosy and homely feeling, with log burning stove and old oak beams.

The cottage has a modern kitchen equipped with double oven and hob, washing machine, dishwasher, microwave oven and fridge freezer.

Curl up and relax in front of the log fire during the darker months, or enjoy a BBQ on a fine summer's evening on the large private patio. Unwind with a glass of wine on the raised garden with stunning views overlooking the Mendip hills.

There is a large tiled bathroom upstairs, and double sized shower room downstairs.
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Herschel Museum of Astronomy
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