Constructed in 2017, Holywell House is perfectly suited for families and groups of friends. Bi-fold doors from the spacious open plan kitchen, dining and sitting room open out on to landscaped gardens which are set into the hillside and provide superb views of the surrounding countryside. The fully enclosed rear garden has a large terrace area with dining facilities for eight, a gas barbecue and a fire pit.
The ‘thankful’ village of Holywell Lake is situated in a small coombe close to the Somerset/Devon county border and is surrounded by the Brendon Hills and the Quantock and Blackdown Hills, both designated Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The area really is a walking and cycling paradise. The nearest amenities can be found just a short five minute drive away in the historic country town of Wellington. While only a stone’s throw away from Holywell House is a renowned village pub, The Holywell Inn, where you will be guaranteed a warm welcome and delicious food and drink.
Holywell House (8 Guests) is also available to book sleeping eight guests.
This holiday at a glance
- Sleeps four guests.
- Two en-suite double bedrooms and family bathroom.
- Large open plan kitchen/dining room with bi-fold doors leading to garden.
- Fully enclosed landscaped garden with seating for eight, gas barbecue, fire pit and superb views.
- Parking for up to four cars.
- Children and infants welcome.
- Sorry, no pets.
- Minimum of a 3 night stay.
- Log effect gas stove.
- Double electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer, microwave and wine cooler.
- Combined washer/dryer.
- Five televisions with Freeview, Blu-ray DVD player, CD player and digital radio.
- Travel cot, high chair and two stairgates available on request.
- Large patio area with garden table and chairs seating eight.
- Gas barbecue and fire pit.
Attractions and nearby amenities
- The Holywell Inn is a traditional dining pub located within walking distance of the property.
- Serving excellent food and fine wines, Flavours restaurant in Wellington has a homely feel with oak beams and cob walls.
- Family run Blue Ball is a lovely country pub with a contemporary flair, based in the village of Sampford Moor.
- Offering 20 miles of heritage railway through stunning Somerset countryside. The West Somerset Railway is a great family day out.
- 30 minutes’ drive away, Hestercombe Gardens has 50 acres of gardens, lakes and temples to explore.
- One of Britain’s most spectacular natural landmarks Cheddar Gorge offers cliff-top walking, cave tours and history museum, while Wookey Hole Caves is a fantastic family attraction.
- Spend an afternoon visiting Exeter Cathedral, one of the finest examples of Gothic architecture.
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