The Hayloft Cottage is a converted stone barn with exposed beams providing a two-bedroom holiday cottage. One bedroom has a super king bed than can be split to singles upon request, and the other bedroom has a double bed. Fully refurbished with new kitchen featuring electric hob/oven, microwave, fridge with freezer compartment, toaster, dishwasher, kettle, iron and ironing board. Central heating and wood-burning stove. Free fast WiFi, free Alexa (music unlimited) and free use of NETFLIX.
1 or 2 dogs welcome (social dogs with both other dogs and humans, but no muzzled dogs please).
Please visit the OWNERS WEBSITE (homefarmcottages.co.uk) to BOOK ONLINE, check availability and review prices. You can also see a 3D WALKTHROUGH, and many suggestions of THINGS TO DO in our area.
The Hayloft has its own enclosed lawned area with seating and private parking. There are views over our fields to the Loxton Valley. Set in a rural location, Hayloft cottage is ideally placed for the many places of interest in North Somerset - including Bath, Wells, Glastonbury, Street, Bristol, plus National Trust Sites, beaches and many countryside walks in the Mendip Hills that are right on the doorstep.
EV point available.
PUB/RESTAURANT SUGGESTIONS: -
The NEW INN at Cross (01934 732455, food 12-9 Mon-Sat, 12-8 Sun) - This is one of our favourites. Good quality food, lots of choice (regular menu and a large chalk board) at a reasonable price. Many of our guests have had an enjoyable meal here. Allows dogs. New Inn, Cross Lane, Axbridge, BS26 2EE. (Book early!) 3 miles away. Childrens menu www.newinncross.co.uk
The Swan in Wedmore we like – quite buzzy – 01934 710337. Cheddar Road, Wedmore, BS28 4EQ. (Book early). About 9 miles away. Dogs allowed in bar area. Childrens menwww.theswanwedmore.com
The ETHICUREAN does a great tasting menu (only) most nights – (book on 01934 863713) – Barley Wood Walled Garden, Long Lane, Wrington, BS40 5SA. We loved it here. Much of the meal is produced in their own extensive walled garden. (Book early). Check their web site to see if it suits you - www.thewalledgarden.co.uk and to check opening days/times. Allow 2.5-3 hours for the meal when busy. Around 7 miles.
The PLOUGH in Wrington – around 9 miles. 01934 862871 Allows dogs in bar area. Popular pub/restaurant – buzzy – we enjoyed our meal here and so have our guests. Childrens menu. www.theploughatwrington.co.uk
The RAILWAY INN at Sandford (3 miles) has been recently been refurbished and is owned by the Thatchers Cider company. Booking usually essential for main restaurant in evenings. (Dogs in bar area where you can also order food - no bookings required in bar area). (01934 611518), Railway Inn, Sandford, BS25 5RA. Look at their web site www.therailwayinn.com to check the menu and prices.
The LANGFORD INN at Lower Langford is north up the A38 (01934 863059). Langford Inn, Lower Lanford, BS40 5BL, Allows dogs in the bar where you can also eat.
Around 6 miles. Childrens menu. www.langfordinn.co.uk.
The OAKHOUSE Hotel. In the main square at nearby Axbridge (01934 732444). We visited there on a Saturday evening and had a really nice meal – beautifully presented, interesting and well cooked. Good service as well. Nice to arrive early and have a drink beforehand. The Oakhouse Hotel, The Square, Axbridge, BS26 2AP. www.theoakhousesomerset. com
THE LAMB – Axbridge – in the main square near The Oakhouse Hotel. Allows dogs. Childrens menu. (01934 732253) www.butcombe.com/pubs /the-lamb-hotel
IL GUARDINO is reputed to be a good quality restaurant in Clevedon (book on 01275 878832) (we have not been there yet), at 12 The Beach, Clevedon, BS21 7QU. (Book early). www.il-giardino.co.uk
THE SWAN - Rowberrow - 3 miles. Has recently been refurbished with a new menu. We tried it recently and liked it. Allows dogs. 01934 852371. Childrens menu. www.butcombe.com/pubs/swan-inn/
THINGS TO DO (see a more comprehensive list of OWNERS WEBSITE): -
WALKS across the Mendips to Crook Peak, Loxton Valley, Cheddar Gorge plus many Beaches to stroll along.
KIDS will enjoy Brean Park, Cheddar Caves, Puxton Park, Longleat, Weston Pier, Beaches, Bristol Zoo, Seaquarium, West Somerset Steam Railway
HISTORIC and NATIONAL TRUST sites to enjoy include Wells Cathedral, Roman Baths, Tyntesfield, Montacute House, Glastonbury TOR, SS Great Britain
TOWNS to visit include Wells, Glastonbury, Cheddar, Axbridge, Watchet, Dunster, Bath and Bristol
GARDENS to take a stroll in - Hestercombe, Tyntesfield, Cannington, Yeo Valley organic gardens, Prior Park in Bath, Bishops Palace in Wells