East Pennard, Somerset
With stunning views the Mendip Hills, The Lamb is the perfect place to relax and unwind surrounded by the Somerset countryside.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 2 nights
The Lamb is owned and managed by Pippa.
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Relax and unwind surrounded by the beautiful Somerset countryside at The Lamb, located just a stone’s throw from Glastonbury and Wells. One of the self catering cottages at Pennard Hill Farm, those staying will enjoy stunning views of the Mendip Hills.
Sleeping two guests, The Lamb exudes cosy country living. The ground floor comprises the open-plan living, dining and kitchen area. There is flagstone flooring underfoot and traditional decoration and furnishings throughout, with a comfy sofa sitting in front of the open fire to warm up in front of after a brisk walk. The dining table seats up to four people, while there is a well equipped kitchen in a farmhouse style.
Heading upstairs leads to the large bedroom with double bed, wooden flooring, and views over the hills beyond. An en-suite bathroom with bath and shower overhead leads off from the room. Outside those staying can make use of their own garden area.
Take a stroll down the driveway towards the main farmhouse and discover the indoor heated pool with an impressive gothic window, which those staying are invited to make use of. Alternatively, why not rejuvenate with a beauty treatment without even leaving the cottage? There are a range of therapists available and bookings can be prearranged, from a traditional massage to a manicure available. Guests also have access to a hot tub, which makes for a lovely place to relax after a day out exploring the marvellous surrounding countryside.
One of the great things about The Lamb is its location and there are an array of walks to discover right on the doorstep. Or head into nearby Glastonbury and check out its independent shops, cafes and delis. Famed for its festival, the town also has a rich history and the myths and legends of King Arthur are closely connected to it. It’s also well worth scaling the Tor and enjoying the views across Somerset from the top.
Meanwhile, Wells is another charming place to visit and while away an afternoon. Due to its impressive cathedral it is one of the smallest cities in the country, but maintains a market town feel. The focal point of Wells is the marketplace and locals sell their produce and goods from here twice a week on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
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