Relax in the country at the Lodge, a newly built woodland getaway in the sleepy Somerset village of Norton St Philip, just six miles from Bath.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 2 nights
Relax in the country at the Lodge, a grown-ups only woodland getaway in the sleepy Somerset village of Norton St Philip.
This charming and cosy property was newly built in 2017 and as such is equipped with all the modern facilities required. The front of the cabin is made almost entirely of glass and therefore offers beautiful views onto the balcony and surrounding gardens, which are lit up by fairy lights and lanterns by night.
Inside the custom-built suspended bed offers a unique night's sleep, while the luxury ensuite bathroom and kitchen with oven, hob, microwave, fridge and dishwasher means guests have everything they need for their stay.
A cinema-style TV is perfect for curling up in front of a film for a cosy night in, while the balcony seating area is great for those sunny afternoons.
Located near the current Old Mill Treehouse, this can either be used alongside it for a larger group, or as a private retreat for two with shrubs and blinds separating the properties.
As the Lodge is self-catering it is worth noting that there are two farm shops and a small supermarket just a short 10-minute walk away. Alternatively, guests could eat out at the George Inn - a 700-year-old public house that is mentioned in the Domesday Book, complete with an open fire and real ales. Next door is the Fleur-de-Lys pub, which serves woodfried pizzas, among other things.
The historic spa city of Bath is just six miles away, with its vast array of bars, restaurants and shops; as well as the Roman Baths, Abbey and Royal Crescent. Glastonbury, Bristol, Frome and Wells are also a short drive away.
Other nearby attractions include Somerset Lavender Farm, Farleigh Hungerford Castle, Westonbirt Arboretum, Longleat Safari Park, Stonehenge and Cheddar Gorge, to ensure guests of all ages are kept entertained.
Also, why not head out into the great outdoors and enjoy all the hiking, walking and pony trekking on offer. There are several trails that start in Norton St Philip, while a pony trekking school can be found in the neighbouring village of Wellow.
LOCATION : The Old Mill, Wellow Lane, Norton St Philip, Bath BA2 7NB
1 small well behaved dog is welcome, £25 per stay plus £50 refundable holding cheque for any pet damage
1st November 2022 - end of March 2023
Minimum 2 night bookings
Fri/Sat/Sun long weekend £450
CHECK IN from 4pm
CHECK OUT 11am
PLEASE NOTE : not suitable for children, 1 well behaved dog £25
1st April - end of October 2022
Minimum 2 night bookings
long weekend Fri/Sat/Sunday £550
longer stays available 4, 5 or 7 nights price on request.
1 well behaved dog £25
Minimum 3 nights over Christmas Eve/Day ...New Year's Eve/Day ... £250 per night. 13th 14th 15th February Valentine's £225 per night
From Previous Guests
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A beautiful lodge in a really tranquil setting, totally lived up to the pictures! Really thoughtful touches left by the owners & set up like a home away from home. Loved the 700 year old pub down the road too. Love to come back in summer.
Stayed February 2022
Unique, magical and wonderful experience. These are the exact words to sum up our stay. The Lodge was exactly what it says in the description and photos. From the moment you walked through the gates you enter another world, walking up to the Lodge took our breath away. Peaceful surroundings and perfect evenings outside listening to the wildlife around us. The interior was beautifully presented and well equipped. We could not fault anything here. Massive thank you to the hosts for creating something truly extraordinary. We hope to return as soon as possible!
Stayed September 2020
I booked this as a surprise for my husbands birthday & we couldn't have asked for more. The Lodge was beautiful, comfortable with a lot of thought given to the finishing touches. A tranquil setting with no sound but the trickling stream, singing birds & scurrying squirrels. We enjoyed a glass of wine or two on the terrace & snuggling up on the cosy sofa. The bed was incredible, though we had to admit defeat & steady it using the hooks beneath it. We went to the The George Inn for dinner, which we can highly recommend, a wonderful historical building with delicious food & great service.
Stayed December 2019
Stayed a couple of nights at The Lodge. We had a fantastic time. It was clean, secluded, warm, a great space. And great for the price we paid. Owners really friendly and helpful too.
Stayed June 2018
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