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Shepherd's Cottage at The Grange
Cannington
Somerset

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Standing in 3 acres of superbly landscaped gardens boasting many rare trees and shrubs, this magnificent Victorian mansion and its former stables offer an excellent choice of comfortable and well equipped accommodation and a host of activities. The mansion itself has been converted into four apartments of various sizes and, to the side of the main house, the former stable block is now three cottages which open onto a courtyard.

In the garden, the splendid Victorian style conservatory houses an indoor heated swimming pool, with corner steps for small children and a water slide for older ones. There is also a spa bath and sauna and, nearby, a communal brick built barbecue is perfect for socialising on mild summer evenings. Croquet may be enjoyed on the front lawn, outdoor chess and badminton on the rear, play area with swings and climbing frame and a secret tree fort, hidden in an ancient chestnut tree, will keep children entertained. A tree lined fishing pond is ideal for an afternoons relaxing sport!

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