The Lamb, Pennard Hill Farm
Clear the mind and set your worries aside with a sublime stay at The Lamb. The true definition of a cosy cottage, this handsome hideaway boasts buckets of quintessentially British charm. Enjoy wonderful walks through the wilds of Somerset, before a soak in the wood-fired hot tub and finally curl up with a glass of something gorgeous before the open fire.
A humble hideaway with enough charm to woo the most sophisticated staycationer, The Lamb invites you to enjoy open-plan living and views of the Mendip Hills from bed. With an undeniably comfortable character throughout, this delightful space is perfect for couples in need of quality time together.
Offering the ultimate ambient aesthetic, The Lamb is all flagstone flooring and fluffy rugs, with a well-equipped kitchen and bustling bookshelf. Upstairs you’ll find a beautiful bedroom with exposed old oak floorboards and a spacious en-suite. With the enchanting open fireplace taking centre stage, we can’t imagine why you’d ever want to leave.
Surrounded by the gloriously green fields of the family farm backed by hills beyond, the outside space of The Lamb ensures perfect privacy and lush landscapes. Boasting a private wood-fired hot tub on a delightful decking area, it is the ultimate rural, relaxing and romantic spot. With owners also accepting one well-behaved dog, it’s the ideal choice for those with four-legged friends.
Located in an idyllic spot in the carefree county of Somerset, The Lamb sits on Pennard Hill Farm, a working sheep farm with unbeatable views of its scenic surroundings and the Mendip Hills. Get to know the quirks of Glastonbury and its many myths, visit the small city of Wells with its stunning cathedral, or escape to the coast in search of flavoursome fish and chips.
Perfectly placed for a day trip to Bath, you could also explore the Cranborne Chase AONB or even head down into Dorset to discover the Jurassic Coast.
As far as eateries go, the traditional market town of Shepton Mallet is a mere few miles away and is bursting with flavoursome fare. The Natterjack, Blostin’s and Poachers Pocket all receive rave reviews, but if you’re looking for somewhere within easy walking distance, The Red Lion in West Pennard is only an amble away along characterful country lanes, serving a selection of gastro dishes and pub classics.
Also conveniently close by, the Avalon Vineyard produces organic wines and ciders, inviting keen sommeliers and occasional drinkers alike for tours and tastings.
Best choice for… .
Couples wanting to explore this corner of beloved Britain.
Why it should be on your Wanderlist?
Quintessential countryside charm and THAT fireplace.