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In the heart of the smallest city in England, a few minutes walk from all amenities, this pretty, period, welcoming, Georgian house offers an ideal base for sampling the delights of Wells, for absorbing the historic atmosphere. and exploring the beautiful surrounding countryside. Unusually for a city property it has a lovely, peaceful, mature garden.
It is a pretty house with character, in a street where all the houses are similarly interesting. It has a lovely, light dining room with glass door that overlooks the garden where there is a table and chairs. The kitchen is modern, well equipped with wooden work surfaces and slate floor. The sitting room is extremely spacious, warm and comfortable with a wood burning stove TV/DVD and video library. The house is lit well with thoughtful decoration. The main bedroom is very pretty and light with a recently installed king size bed. The house has a wood burner stove and central heating and is warm and cosy in the winter. The WI-FI is very good and there is a range of books, DVDs games and magazines for the quiet days! During fine weather it's possible to sit outside in the pretty, secluded garden and forgot you're in the town centre!
Apart from the magnificent cathedral (housing one of the earliest mechanical clocks in existence and Vicars Close-the oldest continuously inhabited medieval street in Europe). Wells is a beautiful market town offering a range of cafes/bars/pubs/restaurants and some lovely shops. Wells itself is within easy reach of Bristol, Bath and the limestone based Mendip Hills-offering attractions such as Bristol Zoo, the haunted Wookey Hole Caves, Clarks Village, The Roman Baths, Cheddar Gorge, the SS Great Britian, Clifton Suspension Bridge, fantastic shopping and so much more!
Further details indoors
There are two bedrooms, the double bedroom is a lovely light room with two Georgian windows and a kingsize bed with cream iron bedstead, the second bedroom has twin wooden beds. Both rooms have been tastefully decorated and furnished. The bathroom is upstairs and has a bath and overhead shower.
Further details outdoors
Whilst there is no allocated parking it is possible to park on Mon - Sat from 5pm to 9am inclusive and all day Sunday. Stopping briefly to unload etc is never a problem. There is a very reasonably priced car park 150m away and all day parking if you can find a space two minutes walk away. The owner sends a map with the arrival information.
Our minimum stay during the week is 3 nights in off peak times and 4 nights in busy times. During the weekend the minimum stay is 2 nights. We welcome pets but please ask permission from the owners and there is charge of £20.
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