Ashcott and Burcottarebeautiful holiday homes, each for up to 4 guests. They have similar layoutswith generously proportioned accommodation and gardens with stunning views over the Somerset Levels. Each cottage boasts a large living/dining room, a well-equipped kitchen, a ground floor bathroom with bath and over-bath shower and two comfortable bedrooms (1 double, 1 twin). The cottages are semi-detached, providing ideal accommodation for larger groups or two-family groups
Each cottage contains a well equipped, modern kitchen with all the essentials to make your stay comfortable and convenient. You are provided with a toaster and kettle, microwave, oven, grill, fridge with ice compartment and a washing machine.
The comfortable beamed living room benefits from a fireplace, digital television, DVD player and radio/CD/cassette player. There is a spacious dining area which is perfect to entertain or just relax after a long day, containing ample seating around the dining table. .
Double Bedroom:-A light and generous double bedroom with beamed ceiling and comfortable memory-foam mattress for a great night’s sleep! Twin Bedroom:- A spacious and comfortable twin bedroom, also beamed, with more memory foam mattresses!
The generously sized garden is largely laid to lawn and has mature shrubbery and trees. There is ample space for games or just to relax in the sunshine. Directly at the rear of the property you will find a generous patio with table and chairs.
Each property also contains a modern family bathroom featuring a bath with shower over.
·Private parking is available alongside the cottages. · Bed and kitchen linen is included as well as towels, although visitors should bring their own beach towels. · FoldUp Cot,highchairand pottyavailable on request. ·For the comfort of subsequent guests Stoddens Farm Holiday Cottages operate astrictno smoking policy. · One/twopound coin meters arefitted for electric forfor lighting, cooking, hot water etc. · It is regretted that pets cannot be accommodated save for assistance dogs for the disabled