We're a Self Catering Log Cabin Accommodation site in the Heart of Somerset
Tel: (01749) 890367

Inside the Holiday Lodges

Each holiday lodge sleeps up to 4 people and is fully equipped to enable you to make the most of your self-catering holiday.

All lodges have been updated, with new kitchens, bathrooms, mattresses, sofas and furnishings.

The spacious living area has large windows with views front and back, and has 2 luxurious leather sofas along with a large flat screen HD TV.

The kitchens have been fully modernised with all the equipment you are likely to need, including an electric cooker, fridge / freezer, microwave, toaster and kettle. Cutlery, crockery, pots and pans and utensils are plentiful and we have also included salt and pepper, washing up liquid, dish cloth, tea towel, oven gloves and bin liners.

The dining area in the kitchen has a large window overlooking the grounds and surrounding countryside with a dining table and chairs for 4.

The main bedroom has built in wardrobes with a shelves or drawers, dressing table and a double bed.

The second bedroom has twin beds, built in wardrobes and drawer or shelf with mirror.

The full sized bathroom comes complete with a bath and power shower (Lodges 6 & 7 have a walk in shower only) and heated towel rail.

Below we have outlined the layout:

Spindlewood Lodges Floorplan

Services

All the lodges have 2 storage heaters in the living area and additional heaters in the bedroom. Heating and hot water are included in the hire charge. Payment for other electricity such as cooking, TV. etc, is paid via pound coin meter.

All beds are made up for you before your arrival.

In addition the following services are available:

  • Towel hire
  • Welcome hamper
  • Cots and highchairs
  • Laundry services (washing and drying) with next day return

Why wait? Call us today or book now call (01749) 890367 before it's too late!

Testimonials

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Lovely lodge, very comfortable great stay, just the right distance to travel to the Priddy Folk Festival, would like to return next year.
Eileen & Ben
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