Studio apartment near to Clarks Village, within walking distance of shops - opposite Millfield School.
Brilliant 2 days away. The room is part of their house but has a largely un-overlooked private garden and the room itself although newly refurbished is better than a lot of 4 star hotels we have stayed in, especially the shower, which is ace! The bed was one of the most comfortable I have slept in. We managed to stay there with a 7 month old and 2 year old with no problems. This accommodation would be amazing for anything connected with the private school, Glastonbury or any other local tourist stuff and you could comfortably live in it for weeks on end. The only thing we were missing was a dustpan/brush and large brush, but there was a decent hoover. did not read anything about where we were going or read many of the reviews (did not even know what the town was called LOL), but I was very surprised at how nice the village and surrounding countryside was. Trish was an amazing host and I chatted with her husband quite a bit, they were both very friendly and helpful. She even mentioned a big event that was going on near by, which gave us something to do. Wells is a really nice medieval Cathedral town so pay that a visit. I Strolling down to the village and finding a huge Clarks retail outlet park was a bit of a surprise. I hate shopping, but its a very tastefully done mall type thing with TONS of big brand shops and places to eat etc. Apart form there not being a SINGLE cafe in the town open at 8am - I walked down with the kids which took about 30 mins - we found a Weatherspoon. both Mcalls newsagents I visited were horrendously bad, so go a bit further up the street to the Coop for food. There are also bigger stores just out of town or towards Glasto.
Response from Trish:
Hi Tobly My thanks for your lovely review. On my listing I state that we are walking dstance from Clark's Village and that the flat is inn Street! The bed is from IKEA. I am glad that you fond it comfortable. There was quite a bit of local information in the dressing table drawer. Regards Trish