Lovingly converted single-storey former barn, situated on the owners' nine-acre smallholding, enjoying stunning views across the surrounding countryside, and just a ten-minute to the local village pubs.
If you’re the lucky owner of a pack of hounds, this detached barn conversion on a smallholding near Taunton sleeps two guests alongside four dogs. Situated in a rural location within 9 acres of land, yet just a short walk to the village centre boasting a dog-friendly pub and village shop, this property is the perfect home-away-from-home for humans and their canine companions looking for a slow-paced getaway.
As you enter the barn conversion, you’ll be greeted by floor-to-ceiling windows offering countryside vistas out of the open-plan lounge, kitchen and dining area. Arranged so that you can cosy up with your pups and enjoy picture-perfect sunsets in front of the woodburner, the restful space is perfect when it comes to unwinding. The kitchen area provides everything you’ll need to cook up a storm, with the dining area offering ample space for formal dining. Off the living area, you’ll find an attractive king-size bedroom, alongside a modern bathroom with bath and separate shower. Outside, you and your four-legged friends can make the most of an enclosed garden boasting a BBQ and furniture to relax and soak up your surroundings. What’s more, guests can also make use of the owner’s tennis’ courts and the private hot tub through prior arrangement.
The property is located in the quaint village of North Curry, nestled in the rolling hills of Somerset. The village itself is a welcoming place and with endless walking trails on your doorstep, there is no need to stray too far. However, for guests and their canine companions looking to explore further, Taunton is located just 9 miles away, and the seaside town of Weston-Super-Mare is 29 miles away. For dog-friendly days out, travel 30 miles to visit Exmoor National Park, carrying on a further 5 miles to visit the popular Tarr Steps, or venture 29.5 miles to the National Trust Dunster Castle, stopping off for a scenic walk on the Quantock Hills en-route.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.