Cathedral View is situated within a quiet, private mews, within a ten minute stroll to Wells Cathedral and Market Place. Think Home Away from Home!
• 3 large bedrooms
• Master King en suite with double sofa bed (views of Cathedral and Glastonbury Tor), further two twin bedrooms, separate shower room, family bathroom and downstairs cloakroom. All bedrooms have hairdryer and DAB radio.
• We welcome children of all ages. A cot and high chair available at no extra cost.
• Free WiFi throughout the house.
• Private walled patio garden accessed from lounge/diner by French doors, with table & chairs.
• 1 allocated parking space and secure lockable storage for bicycles.
• Spacious open plan lounge/diner/kitchen. French doors to patio garden.
• Bespoke kitchen includes built in electric oven, gas hob, extractor hood, microwave
• Larder fridge and freezer
• Coffee maker, kettle and toaster
• Croc Pot slow cooker
• Bread bin
• Cook books
• Tea towels, Kitchen roll , washing up liquid, dishwasher tablets provided
• Tea, coffee, sugar and milk are provided for guests on arrival.
The lounge/diner has two comfortable sofas, side tables and ambient lighting, flat Screen TV/DVD with Freeview, Local leaflets, maps and guides, cafes, restaurants, attractions,
The dining table seats 8 comfortably and overlooks the private, sunny patio.
Cathedral View has three floors:
Ground floor: Entrance hall, cloakroom (WC & basin and Samsung Ecobubble Washer/dryer), lounge/diner and kitchen with French doors to private patio.
First floor: 2 twin bedrooms (one with a flat screen television combined DVD player).
Separate shower room, Family bathroom.
Second floor: Spacious King bedroom with a flat screen television combined DVD player, a double sofa-bed and en suite shower room. The room has views to Wells Cathedral and Glastonbury Tor. Here you will find our games cupboard and small library of books plus our extensive DVD library - ideal for those cold rainy days when all you want to do is snuggle down and relax with a good film.
There is very good local pub just a short stroll along the historic St Thomas Street (The Fountain Inn) and a Budgens supermarket with petrol, PO/ATM within 200 yards. National Trust Tor Woods are a short 10 minutes walk from Cathedral View.
There are bus stops on the main Bath/Bristol route 150 yards away
Short breaks*and weekly (and longer) lets available and flexible changeover days all year round.
Cathedral View boasts the highest standards of cleanliness and is beautifully appointed with a stylish contemporary interior. It is cared for and maintained by the owners.
• *SHORT BREAKS:- Please contact us direct for quotes for short break prices and discounts for smaller groups.
• LAST MINUTE BREAKS:- 25% discount for parties of 5 or less if booked within 14 days of the day of arrival or 30% discount for 2 people or less if booked within 7 days of the day of arrival.
Unfortunately we do not accept pets and there is no smoking throughout the property (although you can smoke outside on the patio).
Wells is England’s smallest city, nestling in the glorious Mendip Hills, and is full of stunning architecture, fabulous restaurants, bistros and shops and friendly people. There are charming cobbled streets amongst the main shopping area, all dominated by the majestic 12th century Cathedral and Bishop’s Palace. Perfectly placed in the heart of Somerset, Wells is within easy reach of a host of Somerset attractions including Wookey Hole Caves, Cheddar Gorge, Glastonbury, Regency Bath and historic city Bristol.
The Somerset Carnivals are highly regarded as the largest illuminated procession in the world. They occur late on in the year at various locations including: Bridgwater, Burnham-on-Sea, Chard, Ilminster, Glastonbury, North Petherton, Shepton Mallet, Taunton, Wellington, Wells, Weston-Super-Mare, and Yeovil.
They go back 400 years, and are one of the most spectacular events in Somerset today. In some of the bigger locations (such as Bridgwater), you can expect to see crowds of up to 150,000.
The carnival floats are designed and built by dedicated carnival clubs around the West Country. These clubs have many members who raise money throughout the year, and work tirelessly to achieve the spectacular carnival entries. The floats take part in the parade along with other entries; these range from clowns dancing in the streets to 100ft illuminated carnival floats (some with up to 30,000 light bulbs) pulled by tractors.