Lilac Cottage, nr Glastonbury
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Cottage / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 4
Lilac Cottage is a beautiful old stone cottage within the grounds of our historic thatched house. It offers a traditional cosy but contemporary home with modern facilities in a great location. We welcome families with children as well as dogs, (a maximum of 2 at one time).
Lilac Cottage is available for short term holiday breaks and longer term lets. Excellent access for surrounding area including Bath, Bristol, Yeovil, Exeter, Taunton and Salisbury as well as the more immediate towns of Glastonbury, Wells and Street. Locally there are many events including the Bath & West Showground, Glastonbury Music Festival, The Goddess Festival, Beltane and other alternative events.
Lilac Cottage sits adjoining our beautiful thatched cottage with 1.5 acres of gardens and grounds and is home to Julie & John Tucker together with our daughters Molly & Flora and Jake & Logan the Labradors, who will welcome you home every day. We also have chickens and ducks on the pond and a chorus of wild birds in the garden. There are numerous walks and cycle rides in the surrounding area through some stunning scenery, well worth the effort.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Burnham on Sea 32 km|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Access||Car advised, Wheelchair users|
|Nearest Amenities||4 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Bristol Airport 45 km, Nearest railway: Castle Cary 16 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (1), Single beds (2), Cots (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Shared garden, BBQ|
|Access||Wheelchair users, Secure parking|
|Further details indoors|
Lilac Cottage provides an Open plan living space with all facilities. There are two bedrooms:
Bedroom 1 - a double situated upstairs and galleried over the living room,
Bedroom 2 - a twin situated downstairs together with the bathroom;
Linen and towels are provided for your stay. Cot and highchair available on request. A selection of books, DVD's and games are provided for your use as well as a radio/ipod dock. Tumble dryer is available in the next door utility room.
|Further details outdoors|
Outside there are beautiful large cottage gardens surrounding the property with views to Glastonbury Tor and the Mendip HIlls. There is parking for upto two cars and we also provide a barbeque and garden furniture for the exclusive use of Lilac Cottage occupants.
Nearest Pub - 50 yds Nearest Shop - 2 miles Nearest Petrol Station 3 miles
The Somerset region
Somerset (or the land of the Summer people as it used to be known), is famous for the sheer wealth of diverse scenery from wetland to hills, beautiful rolling countryside and dramatic coastline and many historic places such as abbeys, castles, museums, classic English houses and stunning gardens throughout this glorious County.
Shapwick and Westhay Nature Reserve wetlands are nearby, famous for the starling spectacular in the autumn, and in complete contrast to the craggy glory of Cheddar Gorge with rock climbing, walks and breathtaking views. We have beaches and estuaries that are sites of Special Scientific Interest and a whole myriad of other interesting and absorbing things to do and see!
If that is not enough numerous opportunities abound to occupy your time such as rambling, cycling, horse riding, fishing, golf - most things that you can think of you can find it here plus more.
Last but by no means least there is plenty of shopping to be done at Clarks Village Outlet in Street as well as the beautiful city of Wells and the eclectic mix of shops in Glastonbury.
The Glastonbury area plays host to numerous local festivals and activities which thrive throughout the year. These include;
The Glastonbury Christian Pilgramages in June, Various 'Alternative' celebrations such as Beltane, Goddess Festival and Solstice celebrations to name but a few.
The Glastonbury Festival held just 2 miles away at Pilton (last weekend of June)
The Glastonbury Extravaganza set in the beautiful grounds of Glastonbury Abbey in August.
The Somerset Carnivals in early to mid November drawing crowds from all over the country,
and last but not least, dominating the landscape around and a must climb activity which is free is Glastonbury Tor.
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2 Feb 2015
"Convenient, comfortable cottage."
Attractive cottage, comfortable and well-equipped, though some of the pots and pans had seen better days. On a main road but set well back so not too noisy. Friendly owners in adjoining house. Well s… More
25 Jan 2015
"Lovely place to stay"
A delightful cottage in a convenient location for many places to visit. Cosy and friendly. Comfortable beds. Good shower. Easy clean floor. A remarkably dog friendly area, including the pub next … More
30 Sep 2014
"lovely cottage very reasonably priced"
cosy cottage with everything you need for a long weekend away. very comfortable double bed on mezzanine floor. single mattresses downstairs were a bit springy though. great location...only 5 minutes … More
New Mattresses for the twin room now on the way for 2015 season
28 Sep 2014
Our 3rd time at Lilac cottage, and just as good as the previous 2, comfortable and in an excellent position for visiting both Glastonbury of course and a wide range of other places. The Red Lion being… More
6 Sep 2014
"Cosy Comfy Cottage"
on arrival at lilac cottage we had a warm welcome from the owners and the 2 dogs, this was the first break we had taken away with our own Dog ..The cottage from the outside was all stone and a perfect… More
My apologies for your issues with the TV, I am now replacing this with new. Julie
5 May 2014
"Nett und gemütlich"
Die Unterkunft ist das, was wir erwartet haben: Ein kleines, nett eingerichtetes Cottage. Betten waren gut und alles da, was wir brauchten. Gerne wieder.… More
9 Feb 2014
"Perfect for our needs"
Stayed for a weekend whilst our daughter competed at Millfield. Drove past the turn in to the property a couple of times but after a quick phone call to the owners found it and were met on arrival. Pr… More
23 Sep 2013
"AUTUMN EQUINOX STAY"
My partner, sister and myself enjoyed a 3 day stay at Lilac Cottage. Very comfortable and in a good location for both Glastonbury and other sites of interest such as Wells and Cheddar Gorge. Thanks to… More
4 Sep 2013
"Fantastic stay - we had much fun and were very confortable!"
The owners are very friendly and welcoming.We had everything available and it's so close to Glastonbury and many nice places. It is worth every penny!!!… More
5 Aug 2013
"Comfortable and Clean in a good location for exploring Somerset"
Spent 5 nights in Lilac cottage in July 13 during very hot weather and the house was clean, comfortable and thankfully nice and cool during the heatwave. The cottage is a converted outbuilding/barn attached to the owners house. It had everything we needed for our stay with the exception of a good internet connection/wifi-patchy at best (not totally unexpected in rural areas). It's on a main road between Glastonbury and Shepton but is well set back and the thick walls and double glazing mean it's not noisy inside. Also the twin room is at the rear so this was very quite for the kids. The family were friendly and helpful and were very happy to let our 2 boys use the play equipment in their garden. The quite village pub next door served good basic pub grub and other than Morris dancers one evening was not noisy in any fashion. We enjoyed Glastonbury, Wells and a trip up to Bristol but our highlight was the Greenbank Lido in Street. A must on a hot day and a beautiful setting with something for all ages. Would deter visitors from Wooky Hole as over priced and tacky(nearly £60 for a family of 4). Some nice countryside walks nearby and overall a very nice stay.
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