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£332-1976 per week, sleeps 4

The Milking Parlour

Wells, BA5 1LW     Tel: 01244 352022


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The quiet village of Wookey, nestled between the Mendip Hills and Somerset Levels is just two miles from the cathedral city of Wells. Home to a diverse range of wildlife with excellent walks and cycle routes. the village is within easy reach are many beautiful sandy beaches and numerous visitor attractions. The Milking Parlour is an attractive, single storey, detached cottage, carefully converted using local materials. Lots of lovely original features remain including wooden beams, colourful 200 year old roof tiles and stone drinking troughs - now transformed into interesting plant holders. Inside, the lofty lounge, with high raftered ceiling is flooded with light from the full height windows which run the length of the room. The kitchen/diner opens onto the sunny patio at the side of the property, overlooking the owners' orchard, the backdrop to which is the stunning Mendip Hills. Two bedrooms and two bathrooms, one a wet room, complete the living accommodation. Converted from a further barn, the neighbouring games room with table tennis and table football is great fun for all ages.

Accommodation

Ground Floor: Lounge. Kitchen/Diner. Wet Room with shower, WC and washbasin. Bedroom 1 with double bed. Bedroom 2 with twin beds. Bathroom with bath, shower, WC and washbasin.

Amenities

Central heating with wood burning stove. Electric cooker, dishwasher, fridge, microwave, washing machine. TV/DVD, WiFi. Cot and highchair available on request. Bed linen and towels included free of charge. Off road parking for three cars. Large patio and shared use of owners orchard BBQ. No smoking. Games room. Shop 2 miles. Pub 1/2 mile. Beach 15 miles. Suitable for those with limited mobility. Note: Travel cot available on request and situated within the twin room.
 

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