Greenhills is the prettiest of stone cottages in a tiny row in this beautiful village. You can park directly outside the cottage.
There are two beautiful sitting-rooms. Each has a wood-burning stove and original flagstone floor. This one leads on through to the kitchen/dining-room.
Greenhills Cottage is a beautiful stone cottage in an equally beautiful village - with a truly excellent pub -  near to the historic Somerset town of Bruton.
The kitchen/dining room is stunning. The island is a great addition to this very contemporary and sociable space that has bi-fold doors to the garden.
This is the reception/sitting-rooms that you step into through the front door - what a great start to your holiday here.
This cottage is a true home-from-home with all that you could possibly need.
The gorgeous open plan kitchen/dining-room has bi-fold doors to a very sheltered and private feeling garden at the back of the cottage.
From the patio you have lovely rural views facing west, so gorgeous sunsets too.
Looking along the full length of this sunny open plan space.
The two reception rooms link one to the other. Both have wood-burning stoves and one has a TV so that you can have one room for watching films etc and one for chatting and being TV-free!
The front door opens into the first of the reception rooms.
This is the first of the double bedrooms, with lovely painted floorboards and views out to the front of the cottage and the fields.
Another view of the first bedroom.
This is the second of the double bedrooms - just as stylish and tranquil with peaceful neutral colours.
Another view of the second bedroom to show its size.
All the beds are beautifully presented with lovely linens and throws.
This is the pretty single bedroom with views out over the garden and the countryside beyond.
Another view of the single bedroom.
The family bathroom is on the first floor with the bedrooms but there is also a shower-room on the ground floor.
The stairs have a bannister and a fitted rope handrail - they come up from the second reception room.
This is the ground floor shower-room - beyond the utility-room.
Greenhills is the end cottage in this little row of period stone cottages.  This is a very quiet village and the road is not a busy one.
The village church is at the heart of the hamlet
... and the pub, The Three Horseshoes, is just up the lane.
If you bring children ( 5 yrs + ) there is a lovely playground in front of the church.
There is a gorgeous little woodland where all are welcome with a stream just a stroll away.
This is the beautiful setting for Greenhills. Batcombe is a tiny, historic hamlet surrounded b countryside and with an excellent pub just a stroll away. Greenhills is the last in the terrace of stone

Greenhills Cottage


2.6 miles N of Bruton / Sleeps 5 + cot* (no children from 1 to 5)

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7 Nights from  £564

Greenhills is, quite simply, a beautiful period cottage in a beautiful unspoilt Somerset village, renovated with vision and style to create the most fabulous and welcoming retreat.

Close to the historic town of Bruton – home to the renowned international Hauser & Wirth Art Gallery, the Cathedral City of Wells, iconic Glastonbury and set in the gentle rural landscape below the Mendip Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this tranquil place is a perfect choice.

With two sitting-rooms to choose from, each with a wood-burning stove, a bright kitchen/dining-room with bi-fold doors to the sheltered fully enclosed garden, and three lovely bedrooms upstairs, the cottage is deceptively spacious and contemporary whilst keeping a true sense of its character.

The child age restriction is out of care for very young children on the stairs. Babes in arms, up to 6 months, are welcome.

The village of Batcombe is off the beaten track in the perfect sense – easy to get to and yet truly peaceful. At the heart of the village there is a fantastic pub within easy walking distance, The Three Horseshoes, and all are made welcome – the food is much praised!

Greenhills is the end property in a very small terrace of stone cottages overlooking village meadows to the front and with sunset views down across the valley from the pretty garden.

Original beams and flagstone floors have been lovingly integrated with a recent makeover that has created a gorgeous contemporary bolthole where you cannot help but relax.

The cottage offers really flexible accommodation with two double bedrooms, a single bedroom and a family bathroom upstairs, and the bonus of a walk-in shower on the ground floor. One of the two sitting-rooms has a TV and a games console, the other is reserved for chilling out and catching up with each other.

A special and very local treat is a visit to Westcombe Dairy in the very next village – within walking distance. This artisan cheesemaker, with a cheddar ageing cave on site, has a little farm shop where you can taste and buy some of the special cheeses. Also on sale are unique beers from the Wild Beer Company which is also based in the village.

Ground Floor

Sitting-room 1 with Smart TV and wood-burner

Sitting-room 2 with multi-burner

Kitchen/Dining-room with electric range cooker (with induction hob), microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and Smart TV

Utility-room with washing machine/drier and wash-basin

Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin

First Floor

Bedroom 1 with double bed (4'6")

Bedroom 2 with double bed (4'6")

Bedroom 3 with single bed (3')

Bathroom with bath, hand shower attachment, WC and wash-basin

Please take care there are some internal steps and turning cottage stairs (there are handrails). *A cot is not provided, bring your own travel cot.


  • Dogs welcome (2 small dogs only)
  • Arrive/Depart Friday
  • Short breaks available
  • Parking on road
  • WiFi
  • No smoking
  • Pub 400 yds
  • Patio furniture
  • 4 NS heaters