Self-catering holiday cottages in Somerset – dogs welcome

Home Farm is made up of 5 self-catering holiday cottages set in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in Somerset, near Cheddar, and are ideally situated to explore the historic towns of Wells, Weston-Super-Mare, Bristol, Glastonbury and Bath.

With a backdrop of the Mendip Hills (see Video),  and in close proximity to Crook Peak, these recently refurbished cottages (rated 4* Gold by VisitEngland). are set within 2 acres of surrounding fields with beautiful views overlooking the Loxton Valley.

Dogs welcome in Hayloft, Granary, Scrumpy and Frys Barn – all with enclosed gardens, plus 2 x owner fields to run in. Hoses and towels available! 2 x well behaved dogs – sorry, no other pets.  (Please also look on our ‘Dog Heaven‘ page).

Wood Burning stoves in Hayloft, Granary, Bakehouse and Frys Barn.

We offer ‘Late Availability‘ discounts when a cottage is booked within 14 days of the commencement date of the holiday.

We also offer ‘Short Breaks‘ when a cottage is booked within 28 days of the commencement date of the holiday.

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Local Attractions & Things To Do

Home Farm holiday cottages are ideally located to enable you to explore all that the region has to offer. Do explore our ‘Local Attractions’ and ‘Things To Do’ section to see samples of the many places the area has to offer within a short distance.

We have grouped the activities/sights (for instance ‘Walks’, ‘Golf’, ‘National Trust sites’, ‘Pubs’), and have included an interactive map so you can select your activity (i.e. ‘Walks’), and see where they are on the map!

Places of interest include Cheddar Gorge, Bath, Bristol, Wells, Weston-Super-Mare, Longleat, Glastonbury and many National Trust properties including Tyntesfeild and Montacute House (Wolf Hall TV programme).

Crook Peak is a 30 minute walk away and boasts 360 degree views across to Glastonbury, Wales & the North Devon coast, and recently featured in a Sunday Times list of ‘top 10 walks in England’.

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