The Willow Lodge

Bridgwater, Somerset

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A spacious two bedroom bungalow set in the peaceful Somerset countryside

A spacious two bedroom bungalow set in the peaceful Somerset countryside

At A Glance

All images for the lodge are representational
Check in times are between 3pm and 6pm, guests arriving after this time may incur a £20 call out charge which is payable on arrival
Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1
Grading
4 Star
VisitEngland Rating
4 Star
Gold
Property Type Cottage
Accessibility Level What is this? Fully accessible for wheelchair users 2
Parking Spaces 1
Notes
  • Rod licence is required for nearby fishing lake
  • Cot and High chair can be hired at a cost of £15 per booking from your property manager

Description

Set on the tranquil Lakeview resort in the heart of rural Somerset, Willow Lodge is a two bedroom, ground floor bungalow that’s been carefully designed to offer disabled access. The kitchen, dining and living spaces have a contemporary, open plan design that makes the cottage a relaxing place to spend time as a family yet still enjoy your own space.

On a warm day you can open the French doors that lead from the dining space to the terrace and let the sounds of the countryside flood your home from home.

After that hearty family meal, retreat to the living space for some time out in style. The electric, flame effect fire gives the space a cosy feel as evening falls, and if you’re reluctant to close the door on the fresh air from outside the garden doors mean you can still enjoy a welcome breeze even while you cosy up inside. Speaking of being cosy, the master bedroom’s king size bed makes a welcome sight after a busy day…

Those of you who love nothing more than to while away an hour or two and see what you can catch will be welcome to fish at the nearby fishing lake with your valid rod licence.

Set on the tranquil Lakeview resort in the heart of rural Somerset, Willow Lodge is a two bedroom, ground floor bungalow that’s been carefully designed to offer disabled access. The kitchen, dining and living spaces have a contemporary, open plan design that makes the cottage a relaxing place to spend time as a family yet still enjoy your own space.

On a warm day you can open the French doors that lead from the dining space to the terrace and let the sounds of the countryside flood your home from home.

After that hearty family meal, retreat to the living space for some time out in style. The electric, flame effect fire gives the space a cosy feel as evening falls, and if you’re reluctant to close the door on the fresh air from outside the garden doors mean you can still enjoy a welcome breeze even while you cosy up inside. Speaking of being cosy, the master bedroom’s king size bed makes a welcome sight after a busy day…

Those of you who love nothing more than to while away an hour or two and see what you can catch will be welcome to fish at the nearby fishing lake with your valid rod licence.

Relaxing

Living Room/Area
  • Open plan with the kitchen and dining areas
  • Access to the garden
  • One leather sofa, seating for four
  • Electric effect fire
  • 32" flatscreen TV with Freeview, DVD player and CD player

Cooking & Dining

Kitchen/Utility
  • Open plan with the dining and living areas
  • Single electric oven, fan assisted, integral grill and electric hob
  • Fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and microwave
Dining Room/Area
  • Open plan with the kitchen and living areas
  • Access to the terrace
  • Table with chairs, seating for four

Sleeping

Master Bedroom
  • King size bed, built in wardrobe and dressing table
Bedroom 2
  • Twin beds

Bathing

Family Bathroom
  • Wet room with hand rails and shower stool

Outdoors

  • Access to the communal gardens

Parking

  • One designated parking space plus additional parking on a first come first serve basis
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At A Glance

All images for the lodge are representational
Check in times are between 3pm and 6pm, guests arriving after this time may incur a £20 call out charge which is payable on arrival
Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1
Grading
4 Star
VisitEngland Rating
4 Star
Gold
Property Type Cottage
Accessibility Level What is this? Fully accessible for wheelchair users 2
Parking Spaces 1
Notes
  • Rod licence is required for nearby fishing lake
  • Cot and High chair can be hired at a cost of £15 per booking from your property manager
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