Stoke Trister, Somerset Cottages
Wake up to a view that will simply take your breath away! Located in the rolling Somerset countryside, Trister Studio is a gorgeous, romantic bolt hole that offers a 'proper' escape from the hustle and bustle. Detached and away from the owners' home this wood clad barn conversion is a sweet, simple and comfortable home from home, which the owners have revived and improved into a very pretty country hideaway. From your elevated position you can delight in the fine views over Blackmore Vale and once you've donned your walking boots (and with your dog if you have one!) you can head into the surrounding countryside for some truly memorable walks. Inside your accommodation is an open plan space, furnished attractively, and though compact, it is just perfect for peace, tranquility and relaxation. Outside are large gardens which you can roam around in and where you will hardly see another soul!
The Studio offers a comfortable and stylish 'hideaway' in very attractive surroundings, perfect for a brief escape, or longer, to an interesting area. Although situated in the grounds of a larger house, it is far enough away to ensure complete privacy for its guests. Absolute bliss!
All on the first floor.
Entrance via a flight of wooden steps to small, south-facing balcony and through glass doors to:
Open plan Living Area with large, L-shaped sofa, TV (Freeview), DVD player and fine views.
Kitchen Area, well equipped, with electric hob, oven and grill, microwave, washing machine/dryer, fridge with freezer compartment and breakfast bar/chairs.
Sleeping Area at rear of room with king size bed (5ft).
Separate Shower Room with shower, WC and washbasin plus heated towel rail.
Small balcony with table/chairs and further sitting space at base of steps. Shared use of owner's attractive garden including barbecue.
Small well behaved dogs welcome. WiFi. No smoking.
The Studio is situated at the top end of the tiny hamlet of Stoke Trister a delightfully 'quirky' retreat enjoying fine far-reaching views over the Blackmore Vale. Visitors may prefer just to relax on the balcony or enjoy the interesting local walks but the peaceful, rural nature of the place belies the easy access to the multitude of attractions in the surrounding area.
The world-famous, landscaped gardens at Stourhead and the Saxon hilltop town of Shaftesbury are both within 15 minutes' drive, while the cathedral city of Salisbury, Stonehenge, Longleat, Georgian Bath and Sherborne, with its abundance of medieval buildings, abbey and castles, are all reachable in an hour or less.