The Grove, Bridgwater self catering accommodation

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The Grove, Bridgwater

Quality Grade: 4

Sleeps: 8

Pets Allowed: No

Property Ref: ETS

The Grove is a beautiful holiday cottage on the Springfield Farm Estate, with panoramic views over Chew Valley and its large lake, across to Wales, Bristol, Bath and Wiltshire. The detached cottage has been painstakingly renovated, combining the charm of a traditional Somerset cottage with superb contemporary accommodation. Most of the furniture comprises hand picked original items from France with bespoke curtains and blinds to match. There is a large outdoor terrace at the rear accessed through French doors, where the stunning views can be enjoyed. The Grove is set within 20 acres of private land and public footpaths extend in every direction from the front door, leading both down through the valley and back up towards the Mendips. There are superb restaurants and pubs within close proximity of The Grove. Fishing, sailing and bird-watching are available on the lake, with golf and horse riding nearby. The stunning Cheddar Gorge is just 6 miles away with its famous caves and rock climbing. Wookey Hole and Papermill also has amazing caves, a museum, and attractions for all the family. Six miles away is the historical cathedral city of Wells, the smallest city in the UK where one of the best preserved medieval streets is still lived in and where one of the oldest working mechanical clocks attracts crowds on the hour. The cobbled market square is the lively venue for regular weekly market stalls and there is a varied choice of cafes, restaurants and pubs. Only 25 minutes away by car are the cities of Bath and Bristol. Bath is renowned for its sweeping Georgian terraces, Roman spa and baths, magnificent abbey, and vast array of museums, galleries, culture and shopping. Bristol has a redeveloped harbourside area where one can take a ferry trip around the city and learn the fascinating history of its maritime heritage. There are many shopping malls, including the latest award-winning Cabot Circus. The coastal resorts of Dorset, West Somerset and North Devon can be reached within an hour. Pubs 1 mile._Living room with oak floor. Well-equipped kitchen/dining-room. Lower ground floor: Double bedroom with 5ft bed. Twin-bedded room with antique French bed. Bathroom/W.C. with separate shower cubicle. First floor: Two double bedrooms, each with antique French bed. Shower room/W.C._ Elec and full oil CH incl Parking (for 4 cars) Shops 1 mile TV DVD MP3 Auto wm/tumble dryer M/wave D/washer F/freezer Lawned garden and large patio with furniture Barbecue Part shared use of owner’s 20-acre natural grounds Duvets with linen and towels Non-smokers only .