The Six House and The Loose House, Kingston Seymour

Holiday Cottage: 3145 Somerset

View of cottages and courtyard

Kingston Seymour
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Located in the lovely rural village of Kingston Seymour, several times winner of North Somerset's Best Kept Small Village, we offer self-catering holiday accommodation in our two beautiful 300 year old barn-conversion holiday cottages. Each cottage provides accommodation for up to 5 people. The best news is ... rates include free fishing for residents.

We are also a well established coarse fishing lake complex just 4.5 miles from Junction 20 of the M5 and have a 2.5 acre campsite with super shower and toilet facilities.

Property Description: The Six House (so named because you could milk six cows in it) and The Loose House (used for calving a cow) both have exactly the same layout comprising: Shared entrance porch to front door entering into hallway with a shared cupboard for outdoor clothing, boots, etc leading to shared utility room with washer/dryer and fridge which can be used to store bait (if you are a fisherman). A secure shed is also available for storage of fishing equipment. We would respectfully ask that no bait, outdoor fishing clothing or fishing gear is stored inside the cottages.

Downstairs: open plan lounge with TV/DVD, Wi-Fi, comfortable seating for five people, coffee table, dining area with dining table and five chairs; kitchen with single oven/grill, gas hob, dishwasher, microwave, fridge (not for bait please), kettle, toaster, etc; bathroom with toilet, sink and bath with shower attachment.

Upstairs: a cosy bedroom with one double and one single bed and galleried landing with a further two single beds.

Outside: There is a shared courtyard area with picnic bench seating for each cottage. Ample parking is available.

General: Unfortunately we do not accept pets either in the cottages or at the lakeside.

Our cottages are no-smoking zones. If you wish to smoke outside, we would ask that you please dispose of your cigarette ends responsibly.

Gas-fired central heating, electricity, hot water, bed linen, fishing and Wi-Fi are all included in the cost of your holiday.

  • Stone-built barn-conversion.
  • Adjacent to fishing lakes.

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The Cottages
The Cottages
Lounge and Dining area
Lounge and Dining area

Sleeps:   5
Bedrooms:   2
Cot Available:   No
Disabled Facilities: No.

Linen Provided: Yes.
Sheets, duvet covers, pillowcases, tea towels, dishcloths provided (please bring your own towels).
Pets Allowed: No.

Central Heating: Yes.
Fuel type: Gas
Open Fire: No.

Smoking Allowed: No.

Outdoor Facilities: Yes.

Gravelled courtyard area with wooden tables/bench seats, reclaimed ox-wheel seating per cottage. Adjacent to our five coarse fishing lakes.

Local Services:

The Lambing Shed cafe on site with Sunday carvery. Lots of information on places to eat/drink/visit is provided in the cottages.

From M5 Junction 20 (Clevedon/Nailsea):
Follow signs for the B3133 for Yatton. Follow this road through the village of Kenn. The main road bears left on top of an old railway bridge - Kingston Seymour is signposted here to the right, there is also a sign for 'Fishing Lakes'. This is Lampley Road. Follow the road over the motorway and down into the centre of the village. Take the sharp right turning into Back Lane, Bullock Farm Fishing Lakes are signposted from the village centre. Approximately half a mile further on you will see Bullocks Lane, ignore this and take the next turning on the right clearly signposted for Bullock Farm Fishing Lakes.

From M5 Junction 21 (Weston-super-Mare):
Follow signs for the A370 towards Congresbury and Bristol. In Congresbury, at the second set of traffic lights, turn left for the B3133, Yatton. Drive through Yatton and eventually you will come to a large pub on your left called the Bridge Inn. The road bears right on top of an old railway bridge but Kingston Seymour forks off to the left - fishing lakes are signposted, follow instructions as above.

By Train:
We are just 2.5 miles from Yatton railway station which is on the main Paddington-Penzance line. If you are arriving by train it's probably best to pre-book a taxi to collect you as Yatton is only a small station and cabs are not always available. Try Yatton County Cars on 01934 832000 or Clevedon County Cars on 01275 343535.

By Air:
We are a 15-20 minute drive from Bristol International Airport. Hire cars are available at the airport (we would recommend that you look into this before you travel). Airportcarz (01275 474888) are the best taxi company to use if travelling to/from the airport - approximate cost of a taxi is £22.00 one-way.
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Pricing and Opening Times
Seasons Open: Spring, Summer, Autumn.

£475.00 - £540.00 per cottage per week.

April - September.

Awards and Accolades
Guest Book Comments:

Voted in the top 50 fisheries by the angling press.

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