This delightful newly renovated Grade II Listed stone cottage is in the heart of the village of Pilton, with Glastonbury, Wells, Bath and the Mendip Hills within easy reach. 2 Batch Cottages is in a very pretty little terrace of cottages, set back from one of the quiet roads that thread through the village, with enclosed front and rear gardens. You step into the cosy sitting-room with its wood-burner and beyond it is the fitted kitchen with door to the very private patio and back garden and bathroom. Steep turning cottage stairs, which are original characteristics of cottages of this age, take you up into the double bedroom with its king-size bed and views over the front garden. Babes in arms up to the age of six months old are welcome at 2 Batch Cottages.
2 Batch Cottages – in Bread Street – was likely to have been one of the artisan baker’s cottages when it was originally built 400 years ago. It has been lovingly refurbished but retains some lovely original features so do expect some low lintels, sloping ceilings upstairs and those steep stairs. The cottage is cosy and welcoming, a real bolthole for a couple wanting an escape for a short break or a week, with a pub within walking distance and so much to do nearby: Bath and Wells for some culture – the Hauser & Wirth Gallery at Bruton for a very different cultural experience! – Glastonbury for some vibrant colour and quirky character, Frome for the monthly weekend artisan food market or even closer the fabulous farm shop just a few miles away at Pylle for local produce to bring back to the cottage, and of course the stunning walks in the Mendip Hills above Cheddar for panoramic views across the Somerset Levels.
Sitting-room with TV, DVD player and wood-burner
Kitchen/Dining-room with electric hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge/freezer and washing machine
Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom with double bed (5')
This is a very old cottage so there are some low beams and very steep turning stairs. *A cot is not provided, bring your own travel cot.
- Dogs welcome 1 small or medium-sized dog only
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Parking on road
- No smoking
- Pub .5 miles
- Patio furniture and barbecue
- Full electric CH
2 Batch Cottages is the most beautiful little stone cottage, full of warmth and character - the perfect bolt-hole for two.
This cosy cottage has a wonderful wood burning stove in the living room and original flagstone floors
Somerset is a beautiful and varied county, this image is taken from high up on the Mendip Hills and looks right out across the Somerset Levels.
Your four legged friend will love snuggling up by the fire after a long walk in the countryside.
The front door opens into the living from the beautiful front garden - there is a fully enclosed rear garden too.
There is a deep squishy sofa to sink into for a snug evening in.
The kitchen/dining room is beautifull designed with lots of very clever bespoke design features to add a contemporary twist to the old cottage.
There is plenty of room for the dining table
Another view of the kitchen. The window looks out over the rear garden and patio.
This is the lovely double bedroom on the first floor. The sloping ceilings and low cottage window add to the atmosphere.
This really is a romantic bolt-hole, away from the hassle of every day life
There is space in the bedroom for this little desk/dressing table.
The brand new bathroom is on the ground floor, off the kitchen. The unique Moroccan copper sink is a wonderful touch.
Sitting outside in the front garden, taking in gentle village life, is a real treat. Rear garden photos are on their way.
Climbing to the top of Glastonbury Tor is a great challenge but so well worth it for the stunning views from the top.
Wells Cathedral City is a short drive away. The cathedral, the Bishops Palace and the weekly artisan market make this a great place to visit.
The Roman city of Bath is not far - another exellent day out to enjoy.
On the way to Bath you will pass the Burrington Reservoir.
Axbridge is a lovely medieval town to the western edge of the Mendip Hills.