Charming 2 Bedroom Barn Conversion near the Quantock Hills
Completely rebuilt from 2013 to 2014, Dobbie’s Barn is a stunning example of a bespoke barn conversion. It retains all the original beams and has a wonderful vaulted ceiling and hand-forged lights. Outside is a large veranda with spacious outdoor seated areas for dining outdoors in summer, whilst inside the wood burner (supply of logs provided for use during your stay) gives a cosy feel for cooler evenings.
Dobbbie’s Barn is situated at the head of a private track which is also a public footpath and from where there are excellent views of the Quantock Hills. The property sits in its own land of half an acre – there are no other holiday lets – and enjoys an extremely quiet spot with attractive gardens and landscaping. This is a wonderful rural retreat for those looking to relax in the tranquil Somerset countryside.
This owner/agency has featured on countrycottagesonline.com since 2014
Dobbie’s Barn is in a delightful rural location yet easily accessed for the A39 and M5. It is the perfect place to explore the hidden delights of Somerset.
Further amenities include laundry facilities in adjacent barn with additional storage for bicycles, buggies or wet weather gear. There is good secure private parking for up to two vehicles.
Dobbie's Barn has central heating throughout and the property enjoys full sunshine throughout the day (when it is shining!)
Please visit http://www.dobbiesbarn.co.uk to find out more about the holiday cottage, amenities, surrounding area and places to visit in Somerset.
£100 deposit required to secure the booking. Thereafter remaining balance is paid upon arrival.
National Trust properties and gardens open to the public, Cheddar Showcaves and Cheddar Gorge, Exmoor, Minehead and north Somerset coastline. Glastonbury and Wells. Clarkes shopping village in Street.
Nearest Train Station or Airport: Bridgwater railway station. Bristol airport; Exeter airport
Recommended Places to Visit: The West Somerset Steam Railway, Haynes Motor Museum and the Fleet Air Arm Museum. Day visit to Wells and Wookey Hole. Walking on Exmoor The south coast e.g. Lyme Regis and the north Somerset Coast e.g. Kilve and Blue Anchor
Annual Events: Bridgwater Carnival in early November
Recommended Places to Eat Out: The Lamb Inn at Spaxton; The Cottage Inn at Keenthorne; other good pubs in nearby villages at Nether Stowey and Cannington (10 minute drive)
Local Sports: An excellent Community Shop in Spaxton (2 minutes by car or easily walkable) sells good range of independent wines, quality bread and deli, and basic lines as well. Horse riding nearby. Mountain biking on Quantock Hills. Walking and sight-seeing
Spaxton is a small friendly village in the heart of Somerset. It has an ancient church, pub, post office and shop. The Quantock Hills - just a short distance away - is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with woodland walks, moors and forestry. Spaxton is within easy reach of the A39 Minehead road and M5 motorway. Taunton and Bridgwater are the nearest towns and the north Somerset coastline is a short drive.