Anna Hamlyn - Property Manager for Somerset, Dorset, mid, north & east Devon

I chose this property because... “it is such a stylish and contemporary design appealing to a wide market of guests and allowing dogs.”

Anna Hamlyn - Property Manager

The Pump House (2098)

1.9 miles E of Crewkerne | Sleeps 2 (no children under 16) | Price Band D (£324 - £708)

The Pump House stands at the centre of a large wildlife meadow.

Picture 1 of 31. The Pump House stands at the centre of a large wildlife meadow.

The Pump House stands at the centre of a large wildlife meadow.The open plan living-room allows light to pour in.Cooking up treats in this kitchen is a treat in itself!
The kitchen-area is beautifully fitted.This is the very pretty  front of The Pump House.There is always the warmest welcome here.
The dining-area overlooks the meadow.A spiral staircase leads from the sitting-area up to the first floor.The double bedroom.
The bedroom leads to the bathroom.The bathroom.There is a secure bike shed for you to use. This is such a good area for cycling.
You are invited to explore the Owner's wonderful gardens.Stroll up the lane to watch a cricket match! A glorious way to spend a lazy afternoon.This is the entrance to The Pump House, sitting in its own meadow.
South Somerset has a number of great historic houses to visit - this is Montacute House.The renowned Oyster & Fish House restaurant is offering Classic Cottages' guests 10% off a meal for up to four people, just present your Reception Details.The Owner's beautiful gardens, which guests are welcome to explore.
Looking across Beer and Seaton on the Dorset coast, approximately half an hour away by car.There is a lovely patio overlooking the wildflower meadow - a truly peaceful place to sit with your morning coffee or evening glass of wine.The front of The Pump House with its lovely box hedges.
The sheep live in an adjacent meadow - they all have their own names!This is the idyllic setting for The Pump House. Your very own wildlife meadow.French windows open up onto the patio to celebrate this unique setting.
Looking across the living area from the other direction.A friendly welcome awaits you in this delightful cottage.The kitchen is cleverly fitted into one corner of the open plan ground floor.
The spiral staircase leads directly into the double bedroom.Also on the first floor is this pretty bathroom.This is another view of The Pump House from the gates and parking-area.
A glimpse of the colour in the wildflower meadow - your own private mini nature reserve.  

This unique pied-a-terre close to the Somerset/Dorset border not far from the Jurassic Coast stands in its own private wildlife meadow. Perfect for couples, this idyllic retreat has wide doors into the light open plan living-room with its sandstone floor, welcoming wood-burner and high quality furnishings. A bespoke spiral staircase leads up to the oak-floored galleried bedroom and bathroom. With walks on the doorstep, a dog is welcome here and you are also invited to explore the Owner's beautiful gardens and use the shared tennis court. The Pump House is a short stroll across fields, or by road, from the local pub and the village also has a farm shop with a cafe (both offer free WiFi).

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Fling open the French doors to the sunny south-facing patio and sit beneath the oak pergola for al fresco breakfast or a romantic evening meal. The Pump House is an easy drive from the stunning Jurassic Coast, where the nearest beach is at West Bay, Bridport – the now famous setting for the television series Broadchurch. In fact there must be something special about this historic area as Montacute House near Yeovil was the setting for the television adaptation of Wolf Hall! For a recuperative day staying put, wander to that quintessential feature of rural England, the village cricket ground, just the other side of the meadow, and enjoy a cool Somerset cider whist watching a match. For the energetic, a secure bicycle shed is provided for you and so you can set off on two wheels – the Parrett Way is just a stone's throw away – finding some lovely country pubs to stop off in en route.

Ground Floor

Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. TV, DVD/CD player and wood-burner. Electric cooker, microwave, fridge, washing machine/drier and dishwasher.

First Floor

Galleried Bedroom with double bed.
Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin.


 3 panel heaters
 Private parking for 2 cars
 Patio furniture and barbecue
 Pub 200 yds
 No smoking
 Dogs welcome (1 only)
 Arrive/Depart Saturday
 Short breaks available

Other properties at this location: Manor Farm Lodge (1616).


2015 Short Breaks

The Pump House is available for Winter, Spring, Autumn, Christmas and New Year Short Breaks for 3 to 6 nights.

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Winter Short Breaks

7 November 2015 to 19 December 2015
In this quieter period short breaks can be booked at any time in advance of the holiday.

Spring and Autumn Short Breaks

28 March 2015 to 4 July 2015
5 September 2015 to 7 November 2015
At The Pump House, these can be booked 3 weeks in advance of the holiday.

Christmas Short Breaks

These can be booked after 1 November.

New Year Short Breaks

They can be booked after 1 October subject to Owner approval, or more generally after 1 November.

Prices for Short Breaks
are worked out as follows:
3 nights - 70% of the weekly price
4 nights - 75% of the weekly price
5 nights - 80% of the weekly price
6 nights - 90% of the weekly price

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