Beautiful stone built coach house, nestling at the foot of the Mendips with many wonderful walks straight from the door. The Coach House was built in 2012 in the grounds of the owners' own home, but far enough away, so privacy is always maintained although we are more than happy to help with any queries that our guests may have.
The front door opens onto a small entrance hall containing a sink (for washing those muddy boots after walks) and a washing machine, together with ample storage cupboards containing iron, ironing board and pegs for the clothes line just outside the coach house. There is also a small freezer in this area for guests' use. The rest of the accommodation is on the first floor, reached by an internal staircase. There are two comfortable bedrooms, one with a new king size bed and a wash hand basin and the other with two single beds. There are blackout blinds in both bedrooms ( as well as curtains) for a great night's sleep. There is a stylish shower room with velux window and a large beamed living area containing fully equipped modern kitchen including Nespresso coffee machine and milk frother and sitting area with picture window overlooking the beautiful garden.
Outside to the side of the Coach House, there is a wooden table and chairs (and parasol) where you can enjoy a morning coffee or evening glass of wine, This is situated next to the Langford Brook, which runs through the garden. There is a wooden bridge giving immediate access to the garden and guests are very welcome to explore the garden, and the few chickens and ducks are always happy to be thrown your food scraps! When available, guests may collect the eggs.
There is a table tennis table in the covered area next to the door to the Coach House, which guests are welcome to use.
There is ample parking space next to the Coach House. The property is situated in Lower Langford, a pretty village with amenities such as a local, popular, pub and a well-stocked supermarket and petrol station, both of which are open 24 hours a day.
There are the historic cities of Bristol, Bath and Wells, all within 45 minutes drive or less, with their many attractions.
For those with children, there are many child friendly visitor attractions in the area, such as Court Farm Animal Park, or Noah's Ark Zoo Farm.
Because we live nearby, we are able to be on hand to answer any queries you may have, and to suggest places to visit and things to do. If, however, you prefer to make your own discoveries, we will not intrude.
We want you to have a wonderful time in this idyllic part of Somerset.