Pool Hay, Compton Dundon

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  • Cottage
  • 3 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 5

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 5

Type: Cottage

Pool Hay, Compton Dundon

Escape to the country. Cottage accommodation extending to 2.5 Acres of garden with private fishing.

To the front of the property is a pretty enclosed garden mainly laid to lawn with a sun terrace perfect for summer evenings. Beyond this is a large landscaped garden laid to lawn with mature trees, shrubs and a wonderful lake full of fish and wildlife, Pool Hay (3 bed) is comfortable & set for self contained living. There is ample on property car parking, Street is only 2.5 miles & offers a good selection of shops,we also live here with our two cat's No1 & Nos 2, who have over the years have proved very popular with our customers. The mares & foals ...Read more

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Pool Hay, Compton Dundon
Compton Dundon, West Country, England

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Castlebrook Cottage, Pool Hay is situated in the village of Compton Dundon, surround by the Polden Hills.
There is 2.5 acres of grounds for children & adults to enjoy, plus there's private fishing available.
The West Country as a region is an ideal destination for families, friends or couples. Wonderful ambience combined with stunning surroundings make for the ideal holiday location. With so much to see and do in the area you will never get bored.
Within easy driving distance of Pool Hay is the medieval City of Wells, this lovely Cathedral City also boasts the unique moated Bishop’s Palace. On Wednesdays and Saturdays there is an excellent market in the market square with a wide variety of craft, food and general interest stalls.
Glastonbury offers another famous ecclesiastical site, in the middle of this quaint Somerset town Glastonbury Abbey steeped in history and mysticism.
The Regency city of Bath is approximately an hours drive where you can admire the architecture in the famous Crescent and Circus, both a short stroll from the centre of town. Also the ancient Roman Baths which are really well presented in a user/child friendly tour, for a modern take on the spa try the Thermae Bath Spa'
On the outskirts of Wells, & always popular with the children Wookey Hole & Cheddar Caves. Bristol offers plenty to see and do, Brunel’s City including a lovely zoo, also some excellent shopping especially in the newly designed Cabot Circus shopping mall.
For the whole family Longleat offers a beautiful house, Safari & Adventure park all in one. Additional attractions within reach, the seaside resort of Weston Super Mare, Haynes Motor Museum, Fleet Airarm Museum. For those who prefer a bygone age there are a number of steam railways Shepton Mallet, Minehead & Bristol.

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