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Do you love the charm of barn conversions? If so, you may want to book a break at this 6 bedroom 6 bathroom holiday barn just 4.5 miles from Glastonbury in Somerset. This beautifully converted 6 ensuite bedroom barn features a modern stylish interior combined with rural charm. This welcoming holiday home sleeps up to 12 people in total and is pet-friendly (up to 2 dogs are welcome by arrangement).
• Stylish lounge with large bifold doors opening out to the patio area and outdoor dining area. With large bifold doors you really have the feel of bringing the outside in here. The dining area seats up to 14 people and opens out to the well-equipped kitchen.
• All bedrooms are ensuite and have TVs. 3 bedrooms have king-size beds, and 3 are twin bedrooms,
Outside is an attractive patio area with charcoal BBQ and garden furniture for dining alfresco. The 6-seater hot tub makes this a fabulous place to relax, unwind and enjoy good times with friends and family.
Guests at Cider Barn also benefit from shared access to the Sedum spa which is 40 metres from the barn. The Sedum Spa features an indoor swimming pool, a poolside lounging area, a gym and a sauna. For guests who enjoy a sociable tipple, the nearest pub is 1 mile away. For day trips out, there are plenty of great places to visit; the tiny city of Wells is 9 miles away, as are the Mendip Hills, and Cheddar is around 17 miles away.
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.