Country cottage in a peaceful village at the foot of the Mendip Hills. Recently renovated, with pleasant gardens and play area.
Lisa Lewis-Yallop (on behalf of Irene & Derek Paget)
About Lisa Lewis-Yallop (on behalf of Irene & Derek Paget)
My wife and I have owned property in the Cheddar area for many years. We have recently sold our interiors business, but are still involved in design projects. We have indulged and spared no expense on this project and the result is stunning. We have been involved in letting holiday properties for many years. We go to great lengths to provide friendly customer care and ensure that our guests are greeted by a high standard of accommodation.
Why Lisa Lewis-Yallop (on behalf of Irene & Derek Paget) chose Cheddar
Jessie’s Cottage is positioned at the foot of the Mendip Hills, in the midst of beautiful countryside. There are lovely walks and a local pub very close by. The accommodation has recently been totally refurbished to a very high standard, incorporating the most modern appliances, within a cosy character cottage. You can enjoy log fires, fabulous walks and friendly village life. The property has excellent road transport links and is convenient for Cheddar Caves and Gorge, as well as the ancient market City of Wells.
What makes this Cottage unique
Experience one of the most beautiful areas of rural Britain. Central to the Mendip hills, and, a little further away, the Quantocks and Exmoor. Wells is on our doorstep,and Bristol and Bath less than an hour's drive away, as is the south coast, and the Severn estuary. Walk drive swim, or explore underground in one of the many caves in the area. The choice is yours.
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
Home away from home
Beautiful cottage with a beautiful garden lovingly tended by
Derek & Irene the very thoughtful hosts.
Plenty of interesting places to explore nearby.
Delightful Country Cottage.
A perfect stay - beautiful cottage, warm, well equipped in a lovely English village. Welcoming and instructive owners. Strongly recommended.
Lovely short break
We had a great time staying at this lovely house , which had everything we needed for an impromptu short break .
What a beautiful and quaint cottage
We had a lovely weekend . The cottage was very quaint and set in a stunning walled garden. The local pub served great food and very attentive staff. We took the bus into Wells and had a thoroughly enjoyable and sunny day becoming acquainted with the locals.
We had the most wonderful weekend here. It was beautiful and clean, great locstion and the owners were so helpful. We will definitley be back to stay again!
Trip To Cheddar
Property was nice, well cared for and in a good location.
Parking a little awkward as was coming out on to main road from property.
The area is well-known for its spectacular caves. Wookey Hole caves, about 2 miles away, is open to the public all year around, as is Gough’s Cave at Cheddar Gorge.
Somerset sandy beaches at Burnham-on-Sea and Weston-Super-Mare are both at a distance of approximately 12 miles. The beautiful landscape of Exmoor and its seaside resort of Minehead is about an hour’s drive. The south coast, with Lyme Regis being the closest, takes about one and a half hours to reach.
Bristol Airport, with frequent flights to most destinations, is 8 miles away. Castle Cary and Weston–Super-Mare train stations are both 30 minutes’ drive. There is also a local taxi service operating from Rodney Stoke.
Wookey Hole Caves: 2 miles
Cheddar: 3 miles
Wells: 4 miles
Glastonbury: 12 miles
Weston Super Mare: 12 Miles
Bath: 18 miles
Bristol: 18 miles
Local footpaths and beautiful countryside walks up on to the Mendips are within a few minutes of the cottage.
There are many local tourist attractions close by including Cheddar Gorge, Wookey Hole Caves, Wells Cathedral and Bishop’s Palace and Glastonbury Tor and Abbey.
There are two golf courses nearby, Wells and Mendip, both a short drive away.
There are swimming pools / leisure centres at both Cheddar and Wells.
There are many lovely restaurants and traditional pubs in the area. The closest pub is the Rodney Stoke Inn (5 mins walk), which does very good food (booking advised). A local food directory is provided in the cottage.
Great shopping facilities are located at Wells, Street (Clarke’s Retail Village) and a bit further away at Bath and Bristol. Glastonbury, with its ancient links to King Arthur and the Avalon legends, has many interesting New Age shops.