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Home Farm Cottages, Winscombe, Somerset

Home Farm Cottages
Home Farm
Barton

Winscombe
Somerset

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Home Farm Cottages - self-catering holiday accommodation set in 2 acres of countryside in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Home Farm Cottages consists of four beautifully-equipped and converted stone farm outbuildings, all with original beams. The cottages sleep between two and seven people. All cottages are comfortable, warm and outstandingly well-equipped, and guests have access to a hot tub in the gardens.

The enclosed paddock is an ideal place for children to play in safety.

It is a great place to relax and unwind with many lovely walks in the area, and ideally situated for Cheddar, Wells, Longleat, Glastonbury and Bath. Sandy beaches are just 5 miles away.

The local village, Winscombe, provides a range of local shops, and a pub that serves excellent family food.

Short breaks also available.
Home Farm is part of a quiet, peaceful hamlet with a backcloth of the Mendip Hills and views across the Loxton Valley and its patchwork of fields.

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Ratings/Awards: ETB 4 Star
Tourist Board Members: Yes
Months Open: All Year
Nearest Airport: Bristol
Number of Units: 4
Unit Type: Cottages
Price Guide: 375-750 (high)
Nearest Major Town: Cheddar
Distance: 4 miles

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