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Ash Lodge is a detached barn conversion in Washford, Somerset. With an unusual layout, it sleeps eight in four bedrooms. On the first floor there are two eaves twin bedrooms, and on the ground floor there is a double and a twin. There is a wet room on both floors, and on the ground floor there is an open plan living area with a kitchen, dining area and a sitting area with a woodburner. The first floor is only accessed via an external staircase. Outside there is a decked patio and a private hot tub. Ash Lodge is an unusual barn conversion, ideal for two families holidaying together. Please note - charging for electric cars is not permitted. Charging available in Minehead (10 mins away).
The rural village of Washford in Somerset is situated on the A39 between Minehead and Bridgwater. Two miles away is the pretty coastal port of Watchet, plus the stunning Exmoor National Park and The Quantock Hills are close by. There are many coastal and inland villages to explore in the area and the busy resort of Minehead offers a sandy beach, golf course and traditional seaside attractions.
Ground floor: Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Wet room with shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburner. First floor: 1 x king size and 1 x twin bedroom. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Small kitchenette. Note: One of the first floor bedrooms has a door opening directly onto the external staircase so children must be supervised.
Somerset is found at the heart of the west country of England and therefore boasts an impressive coastline, fantastic seaside and epic English countryside. You can explore many historic attractions, spend an exciting day on the beach or enjoy a brisk stroll across the beautiful varied landscape. Somerset is also home to a wonderful designated area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Quantock Hills, where you can enjoy mountain biking, walking or horse riding. As well as enjoying the fresh air of the south west, Somerset can provide excellent family fun in the form of the Hayes Motor museum, the museum of Somerset, Longleat Safari and Adventure Park or Dunster Castle. There are also some wonderful gardens such as Chalice Well and Hestercombe gardens which would make sure a relaxing day out. With so much quality local produce on offer you’ll also be spoilt for choice if you decide to visit a local restaurant for an evening meal or lunch. Somerset is blessed with a superb collection of eateries, cafes, tea rooms and pubs as well as great independent shops selling tasty goods all produced in the local area. You may decide that you want to experience the best of both worlds on your luxury retreat, so why not book a Luxury coastal cottage and enjoy the benefits of the seaside and the countryside with the added bonus of spectacular views.