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129 Log Cabins in Somerset

It's not all Wurzels and cider! With its dramatic coastline, wild moors of Exmoor National Park, tranquil willow producing wetlands, harbours, marinas and ancient woodlands, Somerset is a wonderful area to explore. Great for cycle routes, scenic walks and wildlife watching.

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Barn in Somerset 6

Cheddar, Somerset, South West of England

Barn in Somerset From £494 Availability

Nestling within the heart of the village of Burrington, this property is within easy reach of the local pub and shops. Set out on foot to explore the nearby Mendip Hills where spectacular scenery together with an array of wildlife can be admired. During your stay, a visit to the historic spa city of Bath is a must with its wealth of classical architecture and wonderful selection of independent shops, cafes and restaurants. Other nearby attractions include the metropolitan city of Bristol, the picturesque scenery of Cheddar caves and gorge and the smallest city in England, Wells. This unique multi level accommodation displays exposed oak beams and ceiling trusses, timber floors and plenty of natural light throughout. On the lowest level you will find a well equipped kitchen area, which includes an integrated oven with hob, fridge with ice compartment and microwave. A washing machine is located in a small shared laundry room in a separate barn. Once prepared, enjoy meals in the raised dining area, which enjoys views over the patio through large French doors and picture windows. At the end of a long day on foot, the cosy lounge area beyond is the perfect space to relax and make the most of the TV/DVD. The king size master bedroom is a spectacular space, which features oak flooring, French doors to the garden, a free standing bath and en suite shower room. There is also a cosy double bedroom with en suite shower room and quirky mezzanine bedroom with twin beds, perfect for children. Step outside from the lounge area onto a private secluded patio area with seating and a BBQ for enjoying al fresco meals and drinks. Guests also have access to a sunny shared garden, which enjoys spectacular countryside views.

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Cheddar, Somerset, South West of England

Barn in Somerset From £366 Availability

Nestled within the heart of the village of Burrington, this property offers a slice of English rural life. Step out on foot to reach the stunning Mendip Hills, which lie in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and boast wonderful scenery and an array of wildlife. Only a short drive away, the historic spa city of Bath is famous for its wonderful Georgian architecture, Roman Baths and selection of boutique shops, cafes and restaurants. This spacious barn has been beautifully converted to retain its original charm through exposed oak beams and flooring throughout. The ground floor is open plan and full of natural light with a kitchen at one end that opens out onto the courtyard. Here you will find an integrated oven with hob and extractor hood, fridge with ice compartment and microwave. Dine at the table nearby before retreating to the cosy lounge area, which benefits from ample seating to include a sofa bed, TV/DVD. Also on the ground floor is a spacious shower room with WC. Upstairs in the eaves, the double bedroom enjoys uninterrupted views over the rolling countryside and the bathroom next door features an indulgent free standing bath. Outside, al fresco meals can be enjoyed in the private courtyard area with seating and a BBQ. Guests also have access to a shared garden, which is perfect for dogs.

Barn in Somerset 6

Wincanton, Somerset, South West of England

Barn in Somerset From £556 Availability

The cottage is located close to the charming town of Wincanton. You can take a short drive to Wincanton Racecourse and enjoy the steeplechasing, have a little flutter or enjoy a drink. The cathedral city of Wells is a short drive as is the Spa town of Bath. Attractions include Stourhead House and Gardens, whose immaculate grounds offer numerous interesting features including temples, lakes, trees, a folly and shop. You could explore Cadbury Castle, mythical burial place of King Arthur and his knights, with its 18 acre Iron Age encampment. There are many pretty towns and villages to enjoy, such as Bruton, a small town on the River Brue, or Castle Cary with its choice of small shops and museum. On entering this superb property you will find yourself in the spacious and inviting open plan lounge/kitchen/diner. With original exposed beams and wood burner as well as TV/DVD, underfloor heating and French doors leading to the patio, the lounge is ideal for relaxation. The dining area is attractively situated, and there s also a handy breakfast bar by the kitchen. The kitchen is well equipped with electric oven, hob, fridge dishwasher, and many useful extras. You will also find a utility room with freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer. Heading down a few steps from the utility room to the lower ground floor, you will find a zip and link twin bedroom, which can be made up into a double on request. There is also a king size bedroom on the ground floor with TV/DVD, en suite shower room with WC and French doors leading to the garden. The ground floor also has a separate WC. There s a comfy twin room on the first floor. You will find a bathroom on the first floor, complete with hand held shower and WC. Stepping outside, you can relax in the large enclosed garden, complete with patio, garden furniture, large lawn and BBQ. The owners are happy to welcome guests to visit the cows and sheep on the farm by arrangement. Guests may also head to the lake and have a go at fishing (which is suited more to children/beginners as opposed to the keen angler please bring your own equipment).

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Watchet, Somerset, South West of England

Barn in Somerset From £351 Availability

Located on the edge of the pretty Exmoor village of Roadwater and within walking distance to a post office/shop and a pub. Head to the coast and visit Watchet with its pretty harbour, or the coastal town of Minehead with its sandy beach. Enjoy walks directly from the property through the awe inspiring landscape of Exmoor National Park. Step back in time and aboard a steam train; conveniently located two miles away in Washford village is the West Somerset Railway that takes you through the beautiful Somerset countryside. Further along the coast are the attractive villages of Porlock, Lynmouth and Lynton and Dunster, with its National Trust castle towering above it. This characterful barn conversion has been lovingly refurbished and makes a perfect escape. You are welcomed into the delightful accommodation through the front door where you will be greeted by the kitchen/diner. The perfectly equipped kitchen/diner has an electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, counter freezer, Nespresso coffee machine and washer/dryer, it is a great space for cooking lazy breakfasts or trying out new recipes. Completing the downstairs accommodation is a cosy king size bedroom with an en suite shower room with shower and WC, complete with bathrobes and slippers. Heading upstairs from the kitchen/diner is the lounge which has been built into the eaves of the property and boasts exposed beams. Settle in for a snug evening with a bottle of wine and a film on the Smart TV, or relax with your favourite book and let Alexa play your favourite soundtracks. Outside, there is a small private seating area overlooking the garden, great for enjoying your morning coffee or a glass of wine under Exmoor s star filled skies. There is also a shared sloping lawned garden for guests to enjoy approached via steep steps, at the top of the garden there is a Pergola with seating, which can be enjoyed. There is also parking for one car available.

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Axminster, Somerset, South West of England

Barn in Somerset From £1129 Availability

This property is set in a peaceful spot, yet has excellent road links ideal for touring some of the region s most popular attractions, including the Fleet Air Arm Museum and Haynes Motor Museum, within 20 miles. The surrounding countryside is perfect for all manner of outdoor pursuits or head 15 miles south to the picturesque Jurassic Coastline, where you can explore the cobbled streets of Lyme Regis and go fossil hunting at Charmouth. Axminster is a hotspot for foodies and there are numerous National Trust properties within 15 miles including Barrington Court, Montacute House and Tintinhull Gardens. A good selection of local amenities can be found in Chard, which is 3 miles to the south. Set into the hillside, this striking detached barn was newly built in 2021 and has been decorated with care throughout. The entrance door leads into a useful utility room with a washing machine and separate WC. Just next door is the fabulous open plan kitchen/diner. This sociable space is the ideal place for the family to gather for leisurely meals and has panoramic views of the countryside. The kitchen area is well equipped with an electric AGA and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher. The central island and vaulted beamed ceiling enhance the feeling of space. A door leads from here into the comfortable lounge, which has a wood burner and Smart TV alongside yet more lovely views. A short flight of five steps leads up to the second level of the property, where a hallway gives access to the bedrooms. To the left is a light and bright king size bedroom and a charming twin, which share the contemporary shower room with WC. To the right is a further stylish king size bedroom and an inviting twin, which share a bathroom with shower over bath and WC. Bi fold doors lead from the kitchen/diner or lounge onto a large patio area spanning the front of the property. With garden furniture, expansive views and a rolling lawn enclosed by a fence and hedging, this is the ideal spot to rest and relax. To the side of the property there is a hot tub where you can sit back, relax and look at the stars. There is ample parking to the rear of the property.

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Glastonbury, Somerset, South West of England

Barn in Somerset From £480 Availability

Peacefully situated in the small village of Stawell, popular for bird watching, beside the Polden Hills and close to the Somerset Levels, nature reserves and walks, fishing can also be accessed. An ideal base for a touring holiday, whether by car or bicycle and is centrally positioned for the nearby towns of Street, famous for Clarks shopping village and historical Glastonbury known for its Abbey, Tor and annual 'Extravaganza' in August. Further afield is Wells at the foot of the Mendip Hills with its cathedral and farmer's market on Wednesday mornings. Other local attractions include Cheddar Caves and Gorge, Wookey Hole and the beaches at Burnham on Sea, Brean Sands and Weston Super Mare. Try some of the famous Cheddar cheese and local Somerset cider. A short drive brings you to the Quantock Hills and the beautiful Somerset coast which includes Minehead and Porlock Weir. Close by is the West Somerset Railway and historic town of Dunster with its castle. In nearby Yeovilton there is the largest Fleet Air Arm Museum in Europe. The property has its own private entrance and is concealed with electric gates. Through the gates is an enclosed courtyard where there is room to park and a pleasant area to enjoy alfresco eating with seating and a gas BBQ. The ground floor accommodation offers TWO bedrooms: at opposite ends of the property, 1 king size with DAB digital radio and iPod dock and 1 twin with iPod dock and CD player. Bathroom: with a modern white suite, corner bath, separate shower, heated towel rail and WC. Entrance hall with slate flooring. Lounge/kitchen/diner: open plan area makes for easy sociable holiday living. Carpeted lounge area with a woodburner for those cooler out of season evenings (first basket of logs are included), Smart TV, with freesat HD, video, DVD, hi fi and DAB digital radio with iPod dock available. Tiled kitchen comprising an electric double oven, hob, microwave, slow cooker, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washer/dryer and dining table. Amenities: off road parking for 2 cars. Bed linen, towels, Wi Fi, electric and central heating included (wood pellet biomass boiler). Regret no smoking. 2 dogs welcome, Location: pub less than 1 mile, Bridgwater shops 5 miles, beach 10 miles.

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Crewkerne, Somerset, South West of England

Barn in Somerset From £334 Availability

Close to the border between Somerset and Dorset, this charming property is within easy reach of some of the region's most popular attractions, including the Fleet Air Arm Museum and Haynes Motor Museum. Heading 15 miles to the south will bring you to the picturesque Jurassic Coastline, where you can explore the cobbled streets of Lyme Regis and the striking beach at West Bay or go fossil hunting at Charmouth. Axminster is a hotspot for foodies and the eclectic town of Bridport is ideal for those wishing to seek out vintage treasures. Local amenities can be found just 2 miles away in Crewkerne and the whole area is surrounded by rolling countryside, perfect for long walks. Set alongside the owners home, yet with privacy assured, a path and short flight of external steps lead to the private entrance into this detached single storey property. Once inside, you are met with a light and bright lounge/diner with a TV, ideal for those cosy evenings in. To the left is the inviting king size bedroom, which has dual aspect windows overlooking the garden and countryside. Heading back through the lounge and up two steps will take you into the contemporary kitchen. There is an electric oven and hob, microwave and fridge with ice compartment. Just next door is a bathroom, with a shower over the bath and WC, which completes the accommodation. The main entrance also leads to an enclosed garden. A patio and lawn are set beneath the trees and there is furniture ideal for enjoying a leisurely meal or drink. A stream runs directly behind the garden and the sounds of the water, along with the birdsong, makes this an idyllic spot in which to spend time..

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Watchet, Somerset, South West of England

Barn in Somerset From £336 Availability

With the spectacular Exmoor National Park and the beautiful Brendon Hills just on the doorstep, this charming cottage is in an ideal location for keen walkers, cyclists and nature lovers. You will also be perfectly placed for exploring the stunning Quantock Hills. Among the many attractions in the area are Wimbleball Reservoir with its water sports, Somerwest World at Minehead, Cheddar Gorge, Wookey Hole, Clarks Village, the West Somerset Steam Railway and Brean Leisure Park. You could head to the coast and enjoy seaside resorts including Minehead, Watchet, Brean and Burnham on Sea. A little further afield you will find plenty of popular towns and cities to explore including Tiverton, Taunton, Bridgwater and Wells. On entering this charming and attractive single storey barn conversion, which is approached via six external stone steps, you will find yourself in the welcoming and spacious open plan lounge/kitchen/diner. With comfy seating, TV, DVD and a traditional wood burner, the inviting and attractive lounge is an ideal space to unwind in at the end of a wonderful day. You will also find a delightful dining area, and the kitchen is fully equipped with everything you may need including an electric oven and hob, microwave and fridge/freezer. A metered washing machine and tumble dryer can be found in a utility room shared with the other properties on site. Exploring this cosy ground floor property further you will find a snug and comfy king size bedroom with an en suite shower and WC. Stepping outside, you can relax on the enclosed patio with seating. A selection of outdoor games and a BBQ are available on request. You are also invited to share and explore the 6 acres of surrounding land which are home to the owners' chickens and, sometimes, cows and sheep.

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Yeovil, Somerset, South West of England

Barn in Somerset From £403 Availability

Located in Somerset yet close to the Dorset border, you will be perfectly placed for exploring both popular counties. There are miles of walks to be enjoyed directly from the property which meander through a rural landscape teeming with wildlife, whilst cyclists will enjoy being on National Route 26 of the National Cycle Network. There are an array of towns and pretty villages to explore in the area including Sherborne, Dorchester, Yeovil and Crewkerne. Enjoy days out exploring National Trust properties, visit the fascinating Fleet Air Arm Museum, or head to the Jurassic Coast to discover the string of fossil rich beaches, including West Bay, Seatown and Burton Bradstock. Step inside this light and airy barn conversion into the kitchen which has space to hang coats and store muddy boots after a walk in the countryside. The kitchen is perfectly equipped with an electric oven and hob, fridge with ice compartment, microwave, dishwasher and washing machine; it is a great space for cooking lazy breakfasts or trying out new recipes. From here, head through to the lounge/diner and, after a busy day exploring, settle in for a snug evening with a feast, a bottle of wine and a film on the TV. Head upstairs to the two bedrooms which are built into the eaves of the property. The first is a double and the second bedroom is a twin. Completing the accommodation is the bathroom with a shower over the bath and WC. Outside, there is an enclosed courtyard garden overlooking surrounding fields, great for enjoying your morning coffee or to watch the sun go down with your favourite tipple. There is plenty of outdoor space to enjoy with the use of the 142 acre reservoir on site where fishing, kayaking and yachting are all possible. There is also ample off road parking available.

Barn in Somerset 2

Taunton, Somerset, South West of England

Barn in Somerset From £470 Availability

Situated on the edge of the picturesque Quantock Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this barn gazes across the Somerset Levels. There are miles of walks to be enjoyed directly from the property, each meandering through an awe inspiring landscape teeming with wildlife. You re centrally located for visiting the Somerset, Devon and Dorset coastlines, with Blue Anchor and Watchet in Somerset being the closest beaches. To the south is the Jurassic Coast, home to the delightful towns of Sidmouth, Beer, Lyme Regis and Exmouth. Other great day trips include the Taunton races, Hestercombe Gardens, Cheddar Gorge, Exmoor and The West Somerset Steam Railway. For shopping, head to Taunton, Exeter, the coastal village of Dunster, Glastonbury, Wells, Bath or Clarks Village outlet centre. Tucked away up a private lane lies this cedar clad detached barn, which is situated on a 550 acre working farm. Entering the stylish, single storey property, you are immediately greeted by the light and spacious lounge/kitchen/diner, with large sliding doors opening onto the decking. Enjoy watching the seasons change from the comfortable seating and then settle in for a snug evening in front of the wood burner with a feast, a bottle of wine and a film on the Smart TV. The kitchen has an electric oven and induction hob, fridge with ice compartment, dishwasher and microwave, and is a great space for cooking lazy breakfasts or trying out new recipes. The dining area has a beautiful bespoke table made from an oak tree on the farm that came down in a storm. Completing the accommodation is a king size bedroom which has a bespoke window that protrudes out to the front of the building, creating a window seat and maximising those long views. Incorporated into the bedroom is the contemporary en suite shower room with a shower and WC. Push open the sliding doors and the decking immediately becomes part of the living space, seamlessly linking inside to outside. In the enclosed garden, guests will find a table and chairs, a BBQ as well a wood fired hot tub which is particularly inviting at night under star filled skies. There is also a covered seating area for warm or rainy days so you can always enjoy the views, whatever the weather! There is a lockable bike store and ample off road parking available