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Experience a little Mendip Magic

The Mendip Hills encompass an array of fertile countryside between Somerset’s cities and Wiltshire’s villages, with plenty to see and do, not least the panoramic views that overlook the Somerset Levels and Chew Valley Lake. With such a far-reaching Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty you will be spoilt for choice of attraction with a stay at The Old Stables in the beautiful Georgian village of Freshford.

Created in the 1840s from a stone built-stable block, this quaint property has everything you need for a quiet retreat in the country, whilst ideally located for exploration of the Avon valleys and southern Cotswolds. There are some wonderful walks to local pubs both in the village and along the canal from this three bedroom cottage with adjoining courtyard area, which also provides a welcome pack of edible treats on arrival.

You could also decide to stay down on the farm at the Old Dairy, providing a spacious and fully equipped cottage within quiet, peaceful surroundings. It has full oil fired central heating, a log fireplace, making it cosy and ideal for winter breaks. The cottage is on ground floor level so ideal for guests with accessibility requirements and also benefits from a private patio area with garden furniture and washing line. Free use of all on-site facilities inclusive i.e. Boules Court, Hot Tub, Sauna, Mini Gym, Barbecue Hut. So what are you waiting for? Experience a little Mendip magic this winter in optimum comfort.

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