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Holly Farm Cottages

Property Address: Holly Farm Cottages, Holly Farmhouse, Meare Green, Stoke St Gregory, Taunton, TA3 6HS

Property Type: Self Catering

Price Range: £300 - £910

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Property Description :

Owner: Rob & Liz Hembrow

Tel: +44 (0)1823 490828

Robert & Liz invite you to stay at Holly Farm in Stoke St. Gregory in rural Somerset.

Relax in the heated, indoor swimming pool (40' by 20'), chill-out in the hot tub, enjoy a game of pool or table tennis.

Wi-fi - free in every cottage.

Feel at home in one of our spacious, fully equipped cottages, with its own enclosed garden.

Quality is our first consideration; Our cottages have been graded as 4 by the English Tourism Council.

We are here to welcome you when you arrive and
on hand to help you enjoy your stay.

The farm is on the edge of the village of Stoke St. Gregory that has good pubs and restaurants. There are good roads to Somerset's county town of Taunton (7m), and the M5 motorway (6m).

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Bath Abbey

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Ghost Walks of Bath
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Glastonbury Abbey
Glastonbury Abbey

The Saxons, who had been converted to Christianity, conquered the ancient county of Somerset in the 7th Century. Their King was Ine of Wessex, who was widely regarded as one of the most important figures in the history of the Abbey. He was a local man who boosted the status and income of the Abbey, and it is said that he put up a stone church, the base of which forms the west end of the nave. This church was enlarged in the 10th century by the Abbot of Glastonbury, St. Dunstan, who became the Archbishop of Canterbury in 960.

Herschel Museum of Astronomy
Herschel Museum of Astronomy

The Herschel Museum of Astronomy is dedicated to the many achievements of the Herschels, who were distinguished astronomers as well as talented musicians. It was from this house, using a telescope of his own design that William discovered the planet Uranus in 1781. His observations helped to double the known size of the solar system. Following a tradition of the great astronomers of the Renaissance he pushed forward the science of building telescopes. He was rewarded for his work by King George III, and also received the Copley Medal. Caroline also made a huge contribution to the field of astronomy.

Jane Austen Centre
Jane Austen Centre

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Roman Baths
Roman Baths

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Royal Crescent
Royal Crescent

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Somerset Levels
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Wells Cathedral
Wells Cathedral

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