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Pear Tree Farm, Stoughton Cross, BS28 4QR
Set on a working farm in the heart of beautiful Somerset countryside, Pear Tree Cottages offer luxury self-catering accommodation. 2 self catering cottages near Cheddar, Wells, Glastonbury & Bath.
Set on a working farm in the heart of beautiful Somerset countryside, Pear Tree Cottages offer luxury self-catering accommodation. The two cottages combine the traditional with every modern convenience. Both dwellings are spacious and beautifully light and airy, with private south-facing patio areas with table and chairs allowing you to soak up the Somerset sunshine. Enjoy walking or cycling over the Mendip Hills or across the billiard flat Somerset Levels or use the cottages as a base for exploring attractions such as Cheddar, Wells, Bath, Glastonbury and Weston-super-Mare. The farm is criss-crossed by footpaths and offers great views across the valley floor to Axbridge, Cheddar and Wells and even to Brean Down and the Bristol Channel beyond.
The 4 star, gold award cottages are alongside a quiet country lane. The ancient settlement of Wedmore is 1.5 miles away and is known to historians as the place where Alfred the Great and the Viking king, Guthrum, agreed a peace treaty in 878 AD, and it is where Guthrum converted to Christianity. It’s also known to the modern visitor as a charming, bustling place alive with every amenity, whose busy shopping streets belie its size as a small village. You will find bijou designer clothing shops alongside shops selling the best local foodstuffs: a butchers/farm shop, a fishmonger, a delicatessen and a newsagent/off-licence. There are also three traditional Somerset pubs to eat and drink in.
Cherry Plum Cottage.
Cherry Plum Cottage sleeps two. The bedroom has a 5ft double bed with en-suite shower room. Luxurious bath sheets, combination feather duvets and rich cotton bed linen are provided in both cottages.
The living room features leather sofas, an oak dining table and chairs and a stone fireplace with cosy woodburner. A basket of wood is included. There is a freeview TV, a DVD and a CD/radio/cassette player. WIFI broadband internet connection is also included.
The well-equipped kitchen features a modern oven with ceramic hob, a dish-washer, fridge-freezer, microwave oven, washing machine and all the utensils you'll need.
All rooms have underfloor heating.
Cider Apple Cottage.
Cider Apple Cottage has two bedrooms. Bedroom one has a 6ft zip and link double bed which can be unzipped to make two single beds. There is an adjoining bathroom with a shower over the bath. Bedroom two has a 5ft double bed with an en suite shower room. It also has a fold up Jay-be bed for an extra person if required. The bedrooms are at either end of the cottage with the living space between them. This is an ideal layout for friends and families who travel together.
The living area and kitchen have the same facilities as Cherry Plum Cottage.
There is ample parking outside and access to the adjacent secure shed where you can store your bicycles or golf clubs. This also holds a barbecue for your use. The cottages are on one level with a ramp from the parking area making wheel chair access easy.
We also have a cot, highchair, baby bath and other useful items for babies.
January to December
Accept children all ages
Access to golf course
Electric shaver point
Facilities for children
Free View TV
Free Wi-Fi available
Garden/patio for guests' use
Ground Floor Accommodation
On site parking
Oven / Cooker
Short breaks available
Pear Tree Cottages
Pear Tree FarmStoughton CrossNr WedmoreBS28 4QRUnited Kingdom
T: 01934 712243
Pear Tree Cottages
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