Situated in a wonderful position above the head of Batson Creek, this spacious family home has excellent views over the Creek, woodlands and hills. The property is bright and airy, is well furnished and equipped and has a secluded, heated swimming pool and extensive garden.
From drive and parking area down short flight of steps to Sunroom: seating and table, stone floored. Bedroom 1: Twin (zip link can be double on request), single sofa bed, views over garden. Shower Room: shower cubicle, basin, WC. Hallway to Kitchen: electric hob and oven, microwave, fridge freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, stone floored, glass doors to patio and garden. Sitting Room: Large room with feature, open, stone fireplace, picture window with wonderful views of Batson Creek, TV, DVD, double glazed door to patio and garden. Mezzanine Study: accessed from second floor, stairs from hallway to first floor. Bedroom 2: single bed, views. Bathroom: bath with shower over, basin, WC. Bedroom 3: Double bed, child’s sofa bed, views. Bedroom 4: single bed, basin, steep timber stairs to Mezzanine level: twin beds, restricted headroom. Stairs to second floor landing. Small Sitting Area: velux windows. Bedroom 5: double bed, double French doors to balcony, views, en suite bathroom: bath with shower over, basin, bidet, WC.
Outside: heated, W-shaped, swimming pool. The pool is available from second May Bank Holiday - end September. This is for guests use only and at own risk.
Timber summer house. Approximately half acre of garden (unenclosed), sloping in part, primarily lawns, mature shrubs, vines and trees, two patio areas, outside furniture and BBQ.
Parking: parking space for 3 cars next to house.
Duvets, pillows, bed linen and towels provided.
Telephone: Incoming and local calls only.
Oil central heating/hot water.
Family pets welcome at no additional charge but should be kept to the ground floor.
Please note: Changeover day flexible in low, mid and upper mid season.
Please note that this property sleeps a maximum of 8 adults.
Please note the garden has some steep slopes/drops which are not suitable for unsupervised children.