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Log cabin | 3 Bedrooms | sleeps 12

3 Nights min stay

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from £89 /night

£621 - £1304 / week

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Key info:

  • Nearest beach 30 km
  • Suitable for children of all ages
  • Car essential
  • Pets welcome
  • Private garden
Quiet beautiful are on working farm,lots of wildlife,nearby market towns,coast only half hour by car,woodburner,level entry and parking,large fence garden,plenty of places to visit within a hours drive and nearby.Wheelchair friendly , Mobile hoist ,profiling beds .Wifi  …see more

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Log cabin | 3 Bedrooms | sleeps 6

Excellent 5/5 

1 night min stay

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from £67 /night

£469 - £1069 / week

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Key info:

  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 6 km
  • Suitable for children of all ages
  • Car advised
  • May take pets – please enquire
Dragonfly is a brand new cabin to join the Wall Eden Farm family. Set within the beautiful Somerset countryside and on the banks of the river Brue. One of six lodges, sleeping 2 to 35 people. sauna, hot tub, archery, cycle, fishing, local pub, near sandy beaches Short breaks deal Monday to Friday and two night breaks available. Large groups 2 to 35 in 6 lodges. Free  …see more

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Somerset is England’s farm, an agricultural region known for its Cheddar cheese and cider. It receives fewer visitors than its westerly neighbours, and there are hidden delights to be found in this area. The area is perfect for cycling with a network of country lanes and fewer slopes than the more rugged west. Bath has always been a fashionable resort, noted for its curative springs for centuries. The town’s beginnings are prehistoric; it was an important spa for the Romans and a fashionable resort in the 18th century.