The Dairy is a lovingly converted barn set in a gorgeous courtyard setting. We have kept the original beams and furnished with antiques sourced at local auction houses. It is an extremely roomy conversion as it can also be rented as a 4 bed. The extremely comfortable king size bed has an ensuite shower, with power and rainfall shower. There is plenty of outside space and you are welcome to borrow bicycles to explore the local area, there is also a tennis court you are welcome to use.
The Dairy shares the pretty courtyard with The Potting Shed. We live across the courtyard in the main farmhouse and are on hand should you have any questions.
The kitchen is extremely well equipped with dishwasher, induction hob and fan oven, having rented many holiday homes I hope I have provided everything you may need to make your stay a enjoyable as possible.
There is a wood burning stove perfect for cosy nights in and a Smart TV with Bluetooth soundbar.
A travel cot is available please ask.
The local area has much to offer. Numerous Artisan courses run in the local area including stone carving, blacksmith, cheese making, wood working and pottery - please enquire if you would like more details.
The Jurassic Coast is only 45mins away with wonderful coastal walks whatever the time of year. Bridport Market every Saturday with a large antique centre make a good stop off en route to the coast.
Lyme Regis and Weymouth are also well worth a visit. River Cottage the home of Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall runs two excellent festivals in on the May & August Bank Holidays.
The Avalon Marshes famous for the Starling murmurations are on our doorstep with Glastonbury and its famous Tor and beautiful Wells with its stunning Bishops Palace just a little further.
There are numerous NT properties nearby, Montacute, Barrington Court, Muchelney Abbey, Tintinhull Gardens, Lytes Cary and Stourhead.
Kilver Court Designer Village, Mulberry Factory Shop and Clark’s Village for those wishing to shop and we are 1hr away from Bath.
There are numerous excellent pubs and restaurants many award winners, if you wish to eat out. However we are very well served with many independent shops in the local villages, for example within 10mins there is an award winner farm shop and cafe as well as a butcher, baker, deli and greengrocer.
Well behaved dogs are welcome by prior arrangement.
Coat is a beautiful conservation village which is situated just 3 miles from the A303. Somerset is a wonderful a county with glorious unspoilt countryside, numerous National Trust properties, wonderful walking, excellent pubs and restaurants, and many local artisan courses. The local area is known for its cider orchards and there are two cider distilleries within 5 miles of us, Somerset Cider Brandy - https://www.somersetciderbrandy.com/ and Harry’s - https://www.harryscidercompany.co.uk/
There are lots of good local pubs/restaurants some of which I have listed below.
The Wyndham Arms, Kingsbury Episcopi - 5 mins
The Devonshire Arms, Long Sutton - 10 mins
The Cat Head Inn, Chiselborough - 10 mins
The Lamb & Lion, Hambridge - 10 mins
The Kitchen, Langport - 15 mins
The White Hart, Somerton - 15 mins
The Firehouse, Curry Rival - 15 mins
The Barrington Boar, Barrington - 15 mins
Lord Poulett Arms, Hinton St George - 15/20 mins
East Lambrook Manor Gardens Home of the famous Margery Fish are 5 mins away - http://www.eastlambrook.com/pages/
There are numerous National Trust properties within 15mins of us, most notably being Barrington Court and Montacute, Mulcheney Abbey, Lytes Cary Manor is just 20 mins away. The Jurassic Coast, Lyme Regis and Bridport are approximately 45mins away. Bridport has an excellent Saturday market. Frome has a wonderful brocante/artisan food market on the first Sunday of each month.
The famous Burrow Hill Cider Farm is well worth a visit many delicious drinks to sample, tours of the distillery and orchards can be organised, do walk up Burrow Hill for the most amazing views of the local area - https://www.somersetciderbrandy.com/
Sally Kent (5 mins) - https://www.sallykentglass.co.uk/ Wonderful splash backs, ornaments and courses
Barrington Pottery (15 mins) holds pottery classes - https://barringtonpottery.com/
Blacksmith courses where you can also make axes and knives are held on Over Stratton (15 mins) -
Hayes International Motor Museum, Sparkford (15 mins) - https://www.haynesmotormuseum.com/
Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm Museum (10-15 mins) - http://www.fleetairarm.com/
Hauser & Wirth Museum, Bruton (30 mins) - https://www.hauserwirthsomerset.com/garden
Roth Bar & Grill @ Hauser & Wirth - excellent food and special outdoor dining events - https://
Glastonbury - 18 miles (30 mins)
Kingsbury Episcopi is our nearest village it has a small community shop and cafe selling local vegetables and all the essentials it is next to the recreation ground (with outdoor gym) and playground there is also a pub in the village.
The village of Martock (1.5 miles) has an excellent butchers and baker together with a Co-op for essentials and a post office. It has a good Farmers market on the second Saturday of each month. There is also a Doctors Surgery and Dentists.
South Petherton (3.5 miles) is a charming village, with butcher, baker, greengrocer, florist, wine merchant and excellent deli cafe.
The Trading Post - http://www.tradingpostfarmshop.co.uk/ - in Lopenhead (5 miles) is an award winning Farm Shop and Deli with Cafe as well, definitely worth a visit.
Further afield Crewkerne, Yeovil and Sherborne have a large selection of shops and supermarkets.
Tipus de propietat
Martock, Anglaterra, Regne Unit