Description: About Cider Barrel CottageTwo Bedroom Rural Retreat with Countryside Views near Cheddar
Pretty 2 bedroom stone-built country cottage set in lovely gardens next to lush green Somerset countryside on the edge of the Mendip Hills around mid-way between Cheddar and Wells. Ideal for holidaymakers searching for a tranquil rural retreat for a relaxing break in scenic Somerset.
A special feature of this property are the lovely views out to the Mendip Hills and Somerset Levels.
Enjoy relaxing and unwinding at this charming holiday home and exploring some of the best of Somerset nearby on days out.
Inside this Pretty 2 Bedroom Cottage near Cheddar
• Lounge with comfy sofas, TV and selection of indoor games
• Well equipped kitchen/diner
• Master bedroom with roomy 5 foot wide double bed.
• Twin bedroom
• Family bathroom with bath (shower over), basin and WC
The cottage benefits from WiFi internet access and is set on a farm surrounded by lovely open fields.
This owner/agency has featured on countrycottagesonline.com since 2020
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Setting and Local Information
Local Attractions near Rodney Stoke
Top Attractions: Honeyhurst is an ideal base for exploring the many interesting local villages such as historic Axbridge with its village square and King John’s Hunting Lodge, Priddy on the Mendips with its village green is home to a 650 year old sheep fair and there is genteel Wedmore with its up-market shops. You may wish to visit the nearby towns of Cheddar with its famous gorge and caves, Medieval Wells is England’s smallest city with its magnificent 12th and 13th century cathedral and bishops palace, Bath is a World Heritage Site, with its Roman Baths, cathedral, Georgian buildings and shopping and Glastonbury, is famed for its early English Christian history, its ruined 12th century Benedictine Abbey and its annual pop festival. It also has a much photographed local conical hill known as the Tor with its connections to the legendary King Arthur and the ancient Isle of Avalon. The coastline, including Burnham (15 Miles), Breen (17 miles), Clevedon (20 Miles) and Weston Super Mare (18 miles) suits all tastes from isolated dune and estuary shorelines to modern man made attractions with entertainment, fast food, arcade games, donkey rides, piers and boat trips.
Recommended Places to Visit: There are many gardens and stately homes to explore including the local Milton Lodge garden. Hadspen House, Westonbirt Arboretum, Barrington Court, Forde Abbey and Gardens, Longleat House and Safari Park, and the National Trust attractions of Dyrham Park, Montacute House, Prior Park, Stourhead House & Gardens, and Tintinhull Gardens are further a field. Exmore, the Quantock Hills and the North Devon coast are all within a days outing. There are also many historic sites including the SS Great Britain in Bristol and numerous museums ranging from the traditional museums with historical artefacts to the Fleet Air Arm museum and Haynes Motor Museum. Stonehenge World Heritage Site is a few miles beyond Longleat. There are many other attractions including seasonal and children’s attractions.
Recommended Places to Eat Out: Since this part of the West Country is a year round tourist attraction suiting a variety of tastes, the many local pubs, cafes and restaurants are able to serve moderately priced food to a relatively high standard. English, continental and ethnic cuisine is available. For those who wish to prepare their own food there are several traditional butchers and bakers in the area and fresh local vegetables and fruit, including the famous local Cheddar Valley strawberries, are available at a number of roadside stalls. Cheddar cheese and ‘scrumpy’ cider are two of the better known local products and are widely available from shops or direct from local manufacturers.
Local Sports: , golfing, walking
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