We hope you will find our home relaxed & welcoming. During your stay you have the use of our kitchen and basic ingredients including milk, tea & coffee. Continental breakfast is provided (full english with prior notice £5 extra per person). We love painting and music & are in our 4th year of bee-keeping so enjoy our own honey. Since moving here in 2014 we have started a vegetable plot which we are constantly improving with the intention of becoming as self-sufficient as possible in vegetables.
Comfortable, restful and welcoming accommodation with use of kitchen and dining facilities. Rural village with good community, pub and shop/post office. Other lovely old pubs close-by provide a good choice of places to eat out.
Redland Cottage was built in 1904 and was once the old Police Station. Wood-burner and central heating provide warmth in winter. Large garden for relaxing in summer.
We are well situated for visiting many great locations including Wells (10miles), Frome (8miles), Bath (15miles) and Bristol (20miles). Bath & West Show ground. (6miles), Glastonbury Tor (12miles), Glastonbury Festival (8miles), Longleat (13 miles), Street (15miles), Stourhead (16miles), Wookey Hole (10miles) & Cheddar Gorge (15miles). Great location for Cavers. Also ideal for walking with many great walks nearby including the East Mendip Way & Macmillan Way & for cycling with many cycle routes in the area. (URL HIDDEN)
You have access to your bedroom, private bathroom, lounge, kitchen, conservatory and garden. There is also plenty of off road parking space available. Please note the stairs to upstairs are quite steep.
Общение с гостями
We are happy to offer help whenever possible during your stay. We love chatting with our guests but also respect that you may want peace and quiet.
Другие важные подробности
Continental breakfast includes croissants (or toast), homemade jam/marmalade, our own honey, cereal/meusli & coffee/tea. We can also offer eggs on toast as an alternative.
Guests staying for 3 nights or more will receive a welcome pack on arrival.
We are very relaxed and informal but ask guests to respect the fact
that this is our home and would ask you to be quiet if coming in late.
We also ask people to take off their shoes in the house so slippers or indoor shoes would be ideal to bring with you.
You are welcome to use our kitchen for cooking and have all the normal utensils, crockery etc but would ask that food is not eaten in your room and you wash up after you.
John restores and repairs musical instruments and we both love music, painting and walks in the countryside with our dog, Molly. We love gardening, growing our own vegetables and are into our 4th year of bee-keeping which has been 'challenging' at times, but very rewarding. We love having people to stay and will do our best to make you feel at home.