About this listing
West View is a gorgeous period retreat with three double bedrooms, spacious living areas and gardens. It is situated within the old part of Cheddar Village, a designated area of outstanding natural beauty, with the wonders of Cheddar Gorge, a range of pubs and restaurants within a 10 minute walk.
A stone-built beautiful detached Victorian cottage, West View is situated beneath the Mendip Hills in the old part of Cheddar village. It is available to let for self-catering holidays and week-end breaks. Featuring a large dining room, separate living room and kitchen, the house can accommodate a large family or friendship group in comfort with space aplenty. It offers a relaxing and pleasant atmosphere, is packed full of original period features including open log fires, Wi-Fi , HD television with access to an internet film service, BBC I-Player and 3-D blue ray player, all for no extra charge. A library of DVD’s is also available along with use of a hi-fi stereo system and an extensive CD collection.
There is a beautiful large private garden with a daily supply of freshly laid eggs to collect from our brood of hens. Barbeques and dinner parties are definitely encouraged.
The cottage is located within an area of outstanding natural beauty with glorious walks and bicycle rides up onto the Mendip Hills or across the Somerset Levels, direct from the doorstep. West View is surrounded by gardens and orchards and offers a tranquil retreat for anyone wanting something a bit special and off the beaten track.
The village encompasses one of the natural wonders of Britain, Cheddar Gorge and is the perfect location for a family holiday with the ancient City of Wells, the extraordinary attractions of Glastonbury, Bristol and the coastal town of Weston-super-Mare all within a 40 minute drive.
Cheddar itself has a range of restaurants, pubs and take-aways with varied and interesting shops towards the caves and the Gorge itself , all within a five minute walk from the house. There is a Sainsburys supermarket and a sports and leisure centre.
Guests have full and free access to all of the above plus:
6 ring double-oven cooking range,
second outdoor toilet,
washing machine and dryer in outbuilding,
fresh towels and linen,
Highchair and Travel cot available (bring your own baby's bedding)
range of board games and reading material.
Self-catering: but a range of fresh or frozen home cooked dinners using locally sourced, seasonal ingredients and catering to individual dietary requirements, can be provided on request at £10 per person for a two course meal.
Please note there is no off road parking available and the house is only accessible by foot or bicycle down Chicken Lane, a short footpath off Hannay Road, which we feel adds to the unique charm and peaceful atmosphere of the location.
Interaction with guests
We will meet and greet on arrival and remain available by telephone to give advice or assistance as required during your stay. We always respect the privacy of our guests.
Rooms available for Bed and Breakfast see our other listing. We say check out at 11am but that's really only if we have guests arriving same day. We are happy to be flexible with times of arrival and departing if we can.
Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund plus service fees back.
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Deborah is a social services team manager and Mark is a recently retired social worker. We are married with two grown up children, Joshua (25) and Hannah (21). We enjoy walking, cycling and camping along with exploring the lovely environment in which we live. We (or rather Mark) have a passion for most contemporary music forms with a special interest in the life, times and work of Bob Dylan! Deborah grew up in Slough and Mark in Brighton. We met while living in London in the 1980's where we worked together for a housing project for people with learning difficulties. We consider our home to be our sanctuary at the end of the day and hope that our guests also enjoy the relaxed, slightly bohemian, ambience we endeavour to maintain.