Luxury Holiday Accommodation
Dunkerton is a peaceful and secluded parish in the rural countryside, just on the outskirts of Bath.
The historic city centre is just 15 minutes by car, or it's only a few minute drive to the Bath Park & Ride if you prefer. It is an ideal location for a relaxing break away, yet still within easy reach to the vast array of local attractions Bath and the South-West has to offer.
Lavender Cottage is in the heart of Dunkerton and offers two luxury self catering accommodations, 'The Snug' with its own unique decor and fantastic views. When booked can sleep up to four adults.
Lavender Cottage dates back to 1740 and is nestled in the picturesque parish, with beautiful views of the surrounding countryside and 15th Century church. It is set in its own garden with on site parking and outdoor sitting area.
Please note that due to facilities, we regret that we cannot
accommodate children or pets.
No stag/hen parties.
Best prices are offered when booked direct.
A charming two bedroom self - contained holiday cottage in the grounds of Lavender Cottage. Sleeps 4 people.
The Snug has it's own outdoor eating area and can also enjoy the south facing garden that Lavender Cottage is set in.
A free parking space onsite.
Bedrooms and bathroom upstairs, downstairs lounge/dinner, kitchen and shower room.
A free parking space - Flat screen TV - DVD Player - WiFi - towels/linen
cooker - microwave - dishwasher - fridge - Washer/Dryer.
One bedroom has a kingsize bed and one a double bed.
Checkin is 3p.m. to 7p.m.
Checkout by 10a.m.
Please note that due to facilities, we regret that we cannot accommodate children /pets or hen/stag Parties.
The Snug is strictly for adults over 18.
Lavender Cottage The Hollow Dunkerton Bath BA28BQ
Coming from Bath, leave on the A367 (Radstock Road) which leads to Dunkerton.
After passing the signs to Dunkerton, you will drop-down into the valley and pass 40mph signs.
Be prepared to turn right just after the lay-by on your right-hand side, where you see the blue sign saying "Unsuitable for heavy goods vehicles."
Then travel down the lane (slowly), you will need to take the first turning on the right opposite the church and bridge, signposted to the parish hall.
Lavender Cottage is a short distance up the lane on the left.