Rural Accommodation

Leigh Holt

Self Catering
£300.00
 -  £700.00
Notes : per week
Leigh Holt, Waterlip
Cranmore
Shepton Mallet
BA4 4RN
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Owner Information
Pam Hoddinott
Somerset
Phone : +44 (0)1749 671271
We invite you to enjoy warm, cosy, self catering, 5 star farmhouse cottage accommodation near Shepton Mallet on an organic working farm rearing several different breeds of beef including Dexters, Gloucester Old Spot breed of pigs, chickens, ducks and corn with 2 friendly Shetland ponies and a black, affable Labrador to amuse. Bird nuts are provided for you to feed the many varieties of bird life visible from the kitchen glazed door.

We encourage you to recycle your glass, cans, paper and plastic – the East Somerset Railway in the village, offer their yard as a disposable site. I will take it there after your departure. You may feed your waste vegetable peelings to the pigs or chickens – bring your boots if you would like to do this!

If you wish to buy some “Cranmore Crackling”, our organic beef and pork products, then you can visit Sharpham Park Farm Shop in Shepton Mallet who sell many other local products as well.

A perfect base when visiting the West Country, local attractions include: Longleat, Bath and West Showground, Glastonbury Tor, Wells Cathedral, City of Bath, City of Wells, Cheddar Gorge, Wookey Hole Caves, East Somerset Railway and both the North Somerset and Dorset Coast.
Accept Children 
Dish Washer 
Freezer 
Ground Floor Bedroom 
Laundry Facilities 
Microwave 
Suitable for Mobility 
Working Farm 
Public Telephone 
BBQ 
Fridge 
Garden Patio 
Cycle Storage 
Hot Tub 
Linen Provided 
Parking On-Site 
Pool Table 

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Roman Baths
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Bath Abbey
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Jane Austen Centre
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Herschel Museum of Astronomy
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Glastonbury Abbey
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Royal Crescent
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Wells Cathedral
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Tyntesfield
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Somerset Levels
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