The Piggery is exceptionally spacious and has lovely open outside space that soaks up the sunshine.
The barn has a south-facing terrace and garden.
There is the most fabulous open plan living-space with a double-sided wood-burning stove at its heart.
This view of the light-filled living-space shows the kitchen at the far end.
This is the back of The PIggery. There is access via the back door if you wish but otherwise the accommodation is designed to face south.
This property is in a lovely rural setting surrounded by the land that belongs to the family farm.
The kitchen is bright and cheerful, and equipped with all that you could possibly want for your stay here.
The L-shaped sofa is deep and comfortable and the large windows at the end of this open space include a glimpse of Glastonbury Tor.
The bright open plan living-space has the double-sided wood-burning stove as a real feature.
Another view of The Piggery - a superb barn conversion with lovely views over the surrounding fields.
Everything is very high quality.  Guests will feel welcome the moment they arrive.
For a holiday in the beautiful Somerset countryside, this barn is in an excellent location.
Eating al fresco is a delight.
Another view of the dining and living-space.
This is the master bedroom with its five-foot bed. The door to the right is into the en suite shower-room.
The master bedroom is very spacious and looks out over the fields next to the barn.
The spacious en suite with its walk-in shower and wonderful patterned tiles. A shower chair is provided for those who wish to use one.
This is the twin bedroom with comfortable three-foot twin beds. The family bathroom is right next to it along the corridor.
Another view of the twin bedroom.
This is the fabulous family bathroom.
Glastonbury Tor is the best vantage point for a panoramic view of Somerset.  You even get a glimpse of it from the living-room at The Piggery.
The iconic Cheddar Gorge in the Mendip Hills. A very easy drive away.
The view from the top of the Mendips above the lesser known Ebbor Gorge.
North Somerset has some of the most beautiful scenery. This is the Chew Valley Lake, between Shepton Mallet and Bath.
Bath itself is wonderful for a day trip. This famous Roman City is a very straightforward 40 minute drive from Shepton Mallet. There is a very good Park & Ride service there to get into the town centre if you wish.

The Piggery

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4.8 miles E of Wells / Sleeps 4 + cot

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7 Nights from  £413

February 2020

The Piggery is one of the best holiday cottages we have stayed in. it was exceptionally clean, warm and comfortable with so much space. It was a treat to return to each day and we really appreciated the log burner as it was a cold and windy week in February. The children loved seeing the goat, cows, deer and pheasants on the farm and also visiting the new born lambs. We were made to feel very welcome. Thank you!

Reply from Classic Cottages

It sounds like you and the family had a fantastic time at The Piggery. How special getting to visit the newborn lambs along with the other farm animals! Thanks for your lovely comments. Emma, Customer Support


January 2020

Fabulous holiday cottage, so comfortable and very well equipped.


October 2019

The Piggery was fantastic. The quality was superb. The owners had thought of everything. We did not want to leave.

The location was also excellent - so close to so many great places to visit. The view to Glastonbury Tor was also very special.


October 2019

The Piggery was absolutely outstanding in every respect and exceeded our expectations. Everything about the cottage was superb and the owners Hillary and Sue were lovely people who looked after us so well. Score is 10 out of 10.


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