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Serene Stays on the Somerset Levels

Byre Cottage at Greyfield Farm is just one of three charming cottage properties suited to a small family looking to escape to the country this season. Nestled between the surrounding Mendip Hills, this tranquil site offers peaceful rural surroundings, within close proximity to Bath, Bristol & Wells. Byre is a pleasant cottage with two bedrooms, accommodating four persons and is fully equipped, with ground floor level ramp access. Both the Byre and Mendip Magic benefit from central heating, as well as a log fireplace making the properties cosy and ideal for winter breaks.

Little Paradise is the third of this quaint self-catering trio which hosts all the same benefits as its sisters, complete with garden and patio area. All properties see that linen towels, cots and high chairs provided for guests, with a range of free shared facilities also available on-site, including Boules Court, HotTub, Sauna, Fitness Centre and Barbecue Hut and DVD library. Pets are also accepted, but by prior arrangement only. If you’re looking for a serene stayt on the Somerset levels, look no further for Greyfield Farm has everything you need with great accessibility to the surrounding beauty spots and historic cities.

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