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Maple Cottage at Poplar Farm, Lympsham, Somerset

Maple Cottage at Poplar Farm
Lympsham
Somerset

BS24 0HY | View map

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Set within 60 acres of farmland backed by the Mendip Hills, just 4 miles from the vast sandy beaches at Brean and Barrow, these six charming cottages provide the ideal base for exploring this lovely corner of England. Sympathetically converted from former barns to offer extremely comfortable and well appointed accommodation, the cottages all share a large landscaped courtyard. Each enjoys its own sitting out area. The cottages at Poplar Farm enjoy a setting that is rural and utterly peaceful yet is within easy reach of a wealth of places of interest. Cheddar Gorge, with its towering cliffs, stalagmite filled caves and its 10,000 year old man on display in the museum, makes a fascinating trip. So too does Wookey hole, an eerie network of underground caves, rivers and pools plus museums and family attractions.

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