Amber Lodge is one of the largest lodges on site and has one bedroom, but is the same size as a standard two bedroom lodge.
Amber Lodge is one of the most spacious lodges at Strawberryfield Park. Although it only has one bedroom, it is the same size as a standard two bedroom lodge. Consequently, the bedroom suite and the living area are both exceptionally light and airy with wonderful rural views. You'll find a Super king-size bed (6ft) with high thread count cotton bed linen, 40' 3D Smart TV and solid oak chests of drawers in the bedroom.
Relax in, and enjoy, the double ended bath, walk-in shower and underfloor heating in the large en suite bathroom.
The open plan living area encompasses areas for relaxing, studying, cooking and dining. Couples can snuggle up on a comfortable three seater sofa, enjoying the views, watching the 48-inch Smart TV or listening to music on the Bose CD player or the Sonos Play 3 system. For those preferring to read or with work to do, there is a reclining armchair with footstool, and a console with lighting for reading or laptop usage.
The kitchen is exceptionally well provided with everything that a cook might need while the dining area looks out to splendid views to the south and west.
Amber Lodge offers superb rural views of the Mendip Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The views can be enjoyed from living areas and bedroom alike, or while sipping something bubbly in the hot tub or relaxing on the sun loungers.
Guests can also dine al fresco on the large wrap-around sun deck complete with barbeque, while savouring the Somerset countryside.
Strawberryfield Park is perfectly positioned for exploring everything Somerset has to offer. The historic city of Wells is within easy reach, famous for its Cathedral, Bishop's Palace and Market Square. The beautiful city of Bath is also a great place for a day out. Just up the road from the lodge you will find the Cheddar Gorge - the site of the Cheddar show caves, where Britain's oldest complete human skeleton, Cheddar Man, estimated to be over 9,000 years old, was found in 1903. You'll also be a short drive away from Wookey Hole Caves and Longleat House and Safari Park. For those looking to make the most of the sun, you can escape to the coast in next to no time at all with Weston-Super-Mare and Burnham-on-Sea both close by. With all these brilliant places on your doorstep, you'll never be short of things to do.