Easy to get to, peaceful and unspoilt, the beautiful county of Somerset has great history and stunning landscapes. This elegant 18th Century townhouse is at the heart of the Georgian quarter of the market town of Frome - famed for its monthly artisan food market and the quirky shops of cobbled St Catherine's, both just a short stroll away.
Pemberley is a classic three-storey Georgian townhouse with beautiful sash windows, high ceilings, and wonderful fireplaces all perfectly balanced with an incredible contemporary make-over.
The bi-fold glass wall of the open plan kitchen/dining-room opens right up to the sheltered sun-trap garden which is fully enclosed. This stunning sociable inside-outside space is likely to be where you will spend most of your time but there is a separate living-room too with a wood-burning stove for cosy evenings. Four exceptional bedrooms – two with super king-sized beds – two glamorous bath/shower rooms on the first and second floors and a cloakroom downstairs, make this house a perfect base for a family or group of friends; for a full week exploring or a short break celebrating a special occasion.
The breathtaking city of Bath is just 14 miles away. The Cathedral City of Wells is 18 miles away and colourful Glastonbury with its iconic tor is 22 miles away. For an all-ages family outing Longleat Safari Park is just six miles away. The extraordinary internationally acclaimed Hauser & Wirth Gallery at Bruton is 11 miles away.
The surrounding countryside has much to offer too. From the woodland and lake at the National Trust gardens at Stourhead to the wilder high spaces of the Mendip Hills and of course Cheddar Gorge. Try the lesser known Ebbor Gorge for a challenging walk or Burrington Combe where white goats graze on the sheer sides. The unique Somerset Levels - a haven for wildlife and migrating birds - are criss-crossed with tracks and trails that run for miles, often as straight as an arrow, and ideal for cycling!
Frome is approximately two and a half hour's drive from London making north Somerset an excellent destination for an escape from city life. This grand period house offers home comforts and more, it is a really lovely place to come away to. One dog is welcome here.
Cloakroom with WC and wash-basin
Kitchen/Dining-room with induction hob, two ovens, fridge, freezer, wine fridge, washing machine and dishwasher
Sitting-room with Smart TV, Apple TV, Blu-ray DVD player and wood-burner
Bedroom 1 with super-king double bed (6')
Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 2 with bunk-beds
Bedroom 3 with twin beds
Bedroom 4 with super-king double bed (6')
Bathroom with bath, WC and wash-basin
Utility-cupboard with tumble-drier
- Dogs welcome (1 only)
- Cot and high chair
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Parking on road
- No smoking
- Pub .25 miles
- Garden furniture and barbecue
- Full CH (partial under-floor)
This stunning Georgian town house has a walled garden and floor to ceiling bi-fold doors that create a wonderful inside/outside space.
There is a seamless flow from inside to out. The courtyard garden is a sheltered sun-trap.
The open plan kitchen/dining-room with the light pouring in from the garden.
The sumptuous living-room with its wood-burning stove is another totally relaxing space to enjoy.
Pemberley is a three-storey town house a stroll away from the much loved cobbled St Catherine's with its artisan shops and cafes.
A huge island/breakfast-bar is the focal point of this sociable living space.
Looking back into the house from the garden area.
The sleek contemporary kitchen is beautifully equipped - even with a wine-chiller - for your stay.
There is an excellent level of privacy here.
Evening barbecues seem to be an extra treat in this historic town setting.
The living-room looks out to the front of the house - with its original sash windows and shutters.
Out of season breaks benefit from the wood-burning stove - there is one in the master bedroom too!
The artistic touches throughout the house reflect the artisan character of this little Somerset market town.
The stairs rise up from the entrance hall, There are two bedrooms and a shower-room on the first floor and a further two bedrooms and bathroom on the second floor.
This is the fabulous master bedroom on the first floor. It looks out to the front of the house and has the treat of a wood-burning stove.
All the bed linens are top quality.
The wood-burning stove adds a very romantic feel.
The master bed room has a super-king sized bed. Painted flooboards are balanced with the thick sheepskin rug.
The shower-room is on the first floor.
Little treats really count in making guests feel special here
This is the second spacious bedroom with a super-king sized bed, on the second floor.
Crisp linens and cool colours are a theme throughout the house.
Another view of the second bedroom, with its super-king sized bed.
The twin bedroom on the second floor looks out to the front of the house
The original fireplace recesses have been kept as lovely original features.
This is the bunk bedroom, on the first floor and looking out to the rear of the house, over the garden and the town beyond.
There is a cheerful sense of fun throughout the house.
This is the unique bathroom on the second floor.
The bespoke design is so unusual but really suits this wonderful house.