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Holiday lettings

June, July and August

£2000 per week

b&B - Double Occupancy

£100 per night including breakfast
Minimum of two nights at weekends

b&B - SINGLE Occupancy

£90 per night including breakfast
Minimum of two nights at weekends

Holiday lettings during June, July and August
and boutique B&B throughout the year


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The Grade II listed, Georgian house with large, walled-gardens and gated drives provides stylish and comfortable accommodation. Pool House, which dates back to the 18th century, was featured in ‘Twenty Five Beautiful Homes.’ The house, with its swimming pool, has evolved over many years while retaining the quirky character and delights of a period building.

The grand entrance leads to reception and dining rooms which feature tall sash windows and a walk-in inglenook fireplace. The rooms are furnished with both period and bespoke furniture. The dining room, which used to be a library, is one of two formal reception rooms. The restful drawing room is there for guests to relax and make themselves at home; the inglenook fireplace provides a focal point.

For those guests letting the house, the snug, located near to the rear of the house, takes you back into the 18th century. Well appointed, it features extensive ceiling beams, large inglenook fireplace and original bread oven. The large country-style kitchen and conservatory have large wooden dining tables. The kitchen, pantry and scullery have modern facilities, including the use of an Aga during winter months.

The village of Woolavington is located at the end of the Polden Hills and above the Somerset Levels. It is six miles from the coast and beaches, and a short drive from the Quantock and Mendip Hills. Woolavington is five minutes from junction 23 on the M5, A39 and A303, which all provide excellent links to the West Country..

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POOL HOUSE IS IDEALLY PLACED FOR


Walking, cycling and bird watching on the Levels, which include the Avalon Marshes

Participating in water-based activities at the local outdoor centre

Exploring the coastlines including the Triassic fossil beach at Doniford, 22 miles away

Visiting Rich’s farm for their cider and Cheddar cheese

Exploring historic Glastonbury Tor, Wells Cathedral and Bath

Appreciating the landscaped gardens and art exhibitions at Hauser and Wirth at Bruton

Visiting Hestercombe Gardens, Cheddar Gorge Wookey Hole, and Ebbor Gorge

Watching first-class cricket and horse racing at Taunton

Practising skiing and snow boarding at Mendip Snow Sport Centre, just 17 miles away

Staying close to schools such as Millfield and Shapwick

Shopping at Clark’s Outlet Village, Kilver Court and Bath

Visiting a number of National Trust properties including Dunster and Fyne Court

Experiencing the West Somerset Steam Railway, the longest heritage line in the UK, near Taunton

Visiting the Helicopter Museum in Weston Super-Mare and Hayne’s Motor Museum, which holds the world’s largest collection of cars and bikes.

BRIDGWATER CARNIVAL
(2018 NOVEMBER 3)
This is an annual celebration featuring a parade of illuminated carts which dates back to the Gunpowder Plot of 1605.

There are several pubs close by which offer food, a choice of locally brewed beers and ciders. One, in particular, is renowned for its live music. A little further away (maximum of 11 miles) there are a number of award-winning restaurants/gastro pubs.