Self-Catering in Yeovil

The Farmyard, Yeovil, Somerset

The Farmyard
Longcroft House
Stone Lane


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Set on the edge of our private lake in the stunning Somerset countryside with uninterrupted views to Glastonbury Tor and beyond. Our luxurious contemporary-designed holiday apartments are tailor-made for your needs. Combined with the luxuries of a 5-star hotel and privacy of your own home. Set on the edge of a well-stocked lake our stunning apartments are ideal for the commuter, holiday maker or someone just looking for a peaceful oasis. Whether you like a relaxing stay with a home-cooked breakfast or self catering in your own private kitchen The Farmyard offers you the option to design the stay you require.

Apartments Each apartment boasts a large entrance hall, which leads to the sitting room and a hidden compact kitchen, which in turn opens out onto the patio. The bedroom with its king size bed and Egyptian cotton sheets looks out across the lake and through the valley to the Mendips. Three of the apartments have a large bathroom with walk in shower whilst two have roll top baths downstairs and wet rooms upstairs. Each apartment sleeps 2, but we do have the facility to sleep 2 more in the sitting room.

Francis House Francis House is a beautifully converted barn conversion situated next to The Farmyard. It has two spacious double bedrooms, a sitting room, kitchen/dinning room. The house sleeps 4 comfortably but has the facility to sleep 2 more in the sitting room.

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Number of Units: 7
Unit Type: Barn Conversions & Apartments
Nearest Major Town: Yeovil

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