Our recently renovated cottage has spacious rooms on one level, excellent facilities, both bedrooms have wonderful king size comfy beds with good linen, and there are fluffy towels in immaculate wet rooms. One bedroom can be set up as a twin. The views are far reaching, and on a clear night without any light pollution perhaps try some star gazing. There are great walks around, or use us as a base to explore the Jurassic Coast.
We are a mile or so from Chard but could be in the middle of nowhere!
This is a lovely little self-contained cottage next to our farmhouse. It is ideal for families - no stairs and child locks on the kitchen cupboards. There are slate floors with underfloor heating that make it cosy in the winter. Rugs and wooden beams throughout the cottage give it a very homely feel. It has an open plan kitchen and living room with lots of light. Patio doors lead out to your own private garden where there's a small seating area with table and chairs. It is ideal for anyone with mobility problems as it is all on one level and the bathrooms are wet rooms (no baths). There are two good sized bedrooms with ample wardrobe space. One has the option of being set up as a twin or as a king size bed depending on your requirement.
There is Wifi that reaches all the rooms, and the TV with connected blu-ray player has online streaming services.
Accès des voyageurs
The cottage is fully self-contained including its own kitchen, living room, bathrooms, garden and keys. There is parking out front and the option of more secluded parking at the rear.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
Check-in is done in person and allows us to show you around the cottage. It located next to our own farmhouse and so we are available to answer any questions a guest may have. The two buildings are connected via a locked plant room which isolates noise between the two.
If you are planning on bringing any pets with you please make us aware during the booking process.
I lived originally in south west London (with husband John) and we bought Wreath Farmhouse at an auction in 2012. Most of our working life has been spent in television, but we finally fulfilled our ambition to get away from London and live a different sort of life.
We spent the first 18 months here having the main farmhouse completely renovated. Once it became habitable, work started on the outbuildings. The bit we rent out - Wreath Cottage - used to be a cattle shed up until the 1970s, then a storage area in the 1980s, and is now the first of our outbuildings to be completed.
I am passionate about the garden, although it’s far too much for me to cope with really. We grow our own fruit and vegetables, we have 7 hens, and are as self sufficient as we can be. That includes having a biomass boiler, solar panels, our own bore hole and water treatment plant.
I love swimming, cycling and walking, although it’s more recreational than serious.
We are usually around if you want to chat about where to go and what to do, and the best routes to get to where you want to go. And if you find yourself short of something – a phone charger or whatever, just give us a shout. We are nearby if needed, but never intrusive.