Photos and Description of this 3 bedroom holiday cottage in Glastonbury - Sticklinch Farm Cottage
3 bedroom accomodation ideal for small family plus grandparents
Enjoy a rural farm setting with small animals and clean surroundings! Sticklinch Farm Cottage is a 4 star (Quality in Tourism) self-catering annex to a Farmhouse with views of the Mendip Hills to the north and Pennard Hill to the south. It is very near the Cathedral City of Wells, Glastonbury Tor and only 35 minutes from the coast. It is also 10 mins from the Royal Bath & West Showground at Shepton Mallet and 15 mins from the Clarkes Village Outlet Shopping. The cities of Bristol and Bath are within easy driving distance. The long distance footpath, the Monarch Way, is adjacent to the property so is ideal for walkers. The owners Chris and Jan have a variety of small animals on their 4 acre smallholding, including sheep, lambs, ducks , geese, hens, pigmy goats, cats and the dogs Lulu and Peter who love to play football and frizbee. A children's paradise! Visitors are welcome to walk up the paddock to see the wonderful sunset with views towards the Somerset coast and the Mendip Hills.
Sticklinch Farm Cottage is a recently built accomodation with views over towards the Mendips to the north and the West Pennard Hills to the south. The flexible accomodation is ideal for a family of 4-5 or a couple with or without children. It's additional ground floor twin room with its own shower and toilet is ideal for grandparents or teenagers! Main Accomodation: large entrance hall with storage space for coats, boots, pushchairs etc, stairs leading to large lounge with a kitchen/diner, double bedroom with king size bed, ensuite bathroom with shower/bath, further very small single bedroom (ideal for child).
Additional downstairs accomodation (separate entrance across a small courtyard): Entrance Hall, Bedroom with twin beds, sitting area, french windows onto courtyard, Superb walk in shower wet room, Separate toilet with basin. Outside: courtyard with garden furniture, patio area, access to lawns and paddock, off road parking, garage storage for bikes etc.
BBQ available. Join in the daily feeding program on the smallholding or just enjoy viewing the animals from the cottage. Details of local walks from the farm available. Lots to do in the area - stuck for ideas - just ask the owners. Home-produce often available including eggs, vegetables and Sticklinch lamb.and pork
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
- wheelchair inaccessible
About Mr Chris Weaver
We reside on the premises at Sticklinch Farm and have lived in Somerset for over 9 years. Our married daughter, Anna, lives nearby in Wells with our four grandchildren. We have two sons - Andrew, married and a qualified GP and Robert, also training as a GP. Chris has recently retired and Jan still keeps her hand in as a Practice Nurse at a local GP surgery.
We enjoy the relaxed lifestyle in Somerset and have developed the 4 acre plot to accommodate our growing number of small farm animals. Our paddock extends at the rear up towards West Pennard Hill. Our flock of sheep are very friendly and will allow you to tickle their chins with a little help from some sheep nuts! We have Hampshire Downs, Suffolk and Dorset varieties which this year (2014) produced 10 lambs between them! Also around the small holding are three pigmy goats including Cecil who came third in his class at the Bath & West Show in 2013. We have a variety of hens and ducks producing fresh eggs. You could also try goose eggs from our Pilgrim geese. We own two friendly Border Collies called Lulu and Peter and some gorgeous looking cats.
Mr Chris Weaver purchased this cottage in 2005
Why Mr Chris Weaver chose Glastonbury
Having lived previously near London, we often talked about escaping to the country and in 2005 , we did it! Somerset is so laid back and friendly but we can still catch a train and get to London to enjoy concerts. Bristol and Bath are also cultural centers nearby.
What makes this cottage unique
Where else can you sit out in a hot tub under a clear sky and gaze at the stars without any light pollution !