The Cabin itself sleeps up to 6 people:
2 x Cupboard bunks
1 x Double
bed (Can be converted to two single beds)
2 x Single bed on the mezzanine
✔ Bathroom with hot shower, sink and toilet
✔ Kitchen equipped with utensils.
✔ Wood fired range that cooks, heats and boils water. Logs provided for the cooker.
✔ Hot water bottles and insulated freezer boxes.
✔ BBQ, fire pit and outside gas cooker.
To explore, take the river walk through majestic oak and ash trees. Children love to swing from the trees and tear around in the big field. Get truly back to nature by picking wild garlic and using it in your evening meal. Meet the bantams and chickens and sample the fresh eggs, which you can buy.
The little honesty shop has a select stock of local produce like fresh baked breads and croissants, bacon, juices, yoghurt and cheese. You can bring the friendly family dog to the Coach House too, as long as it’s kept on a lead.
Over the field, through a copse, is the Pilgrim’s Way and charming old Packhorse Bridge, plus great paddling and fossil hunting in the river. Just a 5-10 minute drive away is a public golf course with a very good children’s section.
Nearby lies Glastonbury, with the Tor to climb, the lovely Abbey grounds and of course the famous festival, for which the Coach House offers an accommodation alternative.
Beautiful Wells, the smallest city in England, has a lovely cathedral, shops, cafes and the famous Saturday market. You will also find many welcoming pubs and restaurants nearby too. The area is very popular with birdwatchers and horse riding and trekking is also available locally.
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