Our vineyard cottage is a cosy converted cow stall with a huge open plan living room and kitchen, a large inglenook fireplace and wood burner, perfect for those frosty winter nights. The bedroom has a comfortable double bed and a small single bed suitable for a child.
The cottage has a loveable charm with its exposed elm beams and stonework and the thick stone walls that keep it cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Sympathetically decorated with neutral tones and an eclectic collection of antiques, reclaimed and contemporary furnishings, as well as local artwork depicting scenes of the Somerset Levels, it really is a restful place to stay.
Just two miles outside of the historic city of Wells, at the foot of the spectacular Mendip Hills and a short amble down the lane to the Somerset Levels, the cottage is ideally situated for a holiday exploring the beautiful Somerset countryside and villages. Bath and Bristol are both easily accessible from the cottage, perfect for day trips to see the sites. Quirky Glastonbury is a scenic cycle across the Levels away (or short drive), with hippy shops galore, picturesque abbey ruins and the iconic Tor.