Hill House Farm Holiday Cottage in the Somerset countryside near Cheddar is ideal for families with young children.
The property inside is well furnished and comfortable with a ground floor living room having an open fire and doors that open out to the patio area. The room has a SMART flat screen TV and two sofas that seat four people. There is an additional mezzanine area with seating for four and to keep you occupied, a half size snooker table. Also on the ground floor is the dining room that is open plan alongside the kitchen, with seating for six people.
The kitchen at Hill House Farm Cottage near Cheddar Gorge is modern, with a beautiful solid wood table, pew style seating, and a large and spacious area for cooking, ideal if you have children. The Hill House kitchen has an electric oven with electric induction hob, built-in units including a dishwasher and washing machine as well as a fridge and microwave oven.
There are two bedrooms at Hill House Farm Cottage comprising:
A master bedroom on the first floor, complete with panoramic views of the Somerset countryside. The room boasts a high-quality large double bed with bedside tables and chairs. T
A twin bedroom, also on the first floor with two single beds and a freestanding wardrobe.
The family bathroom has a bath tub, separate shower and wash hand basin and with an additional ground floor WC and basin.
Hill House Farm Cottage is a family friendly holiday home with a cot and highchair available. The enclosed garden makes property ideal for families with young children and the patio area has a table and chairs you to enjoy. The location is ideal if you are looking to explore Somerset with Cheddar Gorge just a short drive away, being one the most popular tourist attractions in the area, closely followed by Wookey Hole.
Enjoy a day at the seaside at Weston-super-Mare with its Victorian pier and a range of attractions set against the sandy beach. Glastonbury is well worth a visit, full of mystique and heritage and the must do activity is the walk up to the top of Glastonbury Tor. Further afield, day trips to Bath are a must with a range of beautiful and boutique shops, high quality restaurants and cafes. Bristol as well has a range of large and branded shops in two major shopping developments.
PEACEFUL AND WONDERFUL by Heather Saxon, Reading on 19/06/2016 on March 30th 2017
The initial impression was of peace combined with a wonderful view over the fields to the Cheddar Gorge in the far distance. The house itself has been thoughtfully and interestingly converted from a cider barn, giving an impression of light and space from the glass frontage and an upstairs sofa and binoculars ( provided ) was an opportunity to relax and look for birds and horses. All rooms were clean and the beds comfortable, most importantly the shower was hot and plentiful, so enjoy, we did!
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED by Allison Sims, Huddersfield on 14/08/2016 on March 30th 2017
A gorgeous house in a quiet and picturesque location. Attractions and sites all in easy reach. A lovely holiday for families and couples. Would highly recommend this house.
JUST WHAT WE NEEDED by Jane Marks, Nottingham on 16/09/2016 on March 30th 2017
An excellent property ideally placed for trips out around Somerset. Lovely outlook from both bedrooms and lounges (on both levels!) We certainly looked forward to returning home to a very comfortable property. Great Pubs nearby and everything we needed on hand. Would definitely come back - even in winter! Relaxing and tranquil just what we needed.
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Cottage added 1st March 2017