Kingsley Lake View (8+2 Guests)

Kingshill Lane, Chew Stoke, Somerset

Allows Pets Family Friendly Pet Friendly (Enclosed Garden) Fishing onsite/nearby Log Burner/Open Fire Ground Floor Accommodation Jacuzzi/Hot Tub Games Room WiFi Walking BBQ Off Street parking
Sleeps: 10
7 nights
£2550 - £4675
Available from a minimum of 2 nights

Overview

  • Up to 12 Guests
  • Ground floor accommodation
  • Four bedrooms: Two bedrooms with one single bed and two single zip and link beds (which can be converted to 6' beds on request); one bedroom with two single zip and link beds (which can be converted to 6' beds on request) plus 3' bunk beds. One bedroom with two single zip and link beds (which can be converted to a 6' bed on request)
  • Two bathrooms, one shower room (two of which are en suite)
  • Two spacious living areas
  • Suitable for children and baby (cot and highchair available)
  • Up to three well behaved dogs welcome (small additional charge*)
  • Large games room with 8' pool table
  • Terrace with outdoor furniture & large gas barbecue
  • Heated outdoor hot tub
  • Set in two acres of enclosed landscaped grounds with lake views
  • Automatic gates with entry code
  • Welcome hamper including 4 bottles of Prossecco
  • Linen and toiletries
  • Secure parking for 6+ cars

Features

  • An ideal base for families and groups of friends at any time of the year.
  • Designed with your comfort and relaxation in mind, its fluid design and spacious proportions create a comfortable home-from-home.
  • Games room with full size pool table.
  • Cosy bedrooms with full-length windows, offering unbroken countryside and lake views.
  • Relax in the outdoor hot tub heated the whole year round.
  • Surrounded by green space and enjoying two acres of private landscaped gardens.
  • The ideal setting for short breaks at any time of the year, with a minimum stay of two nights.
  • There are plenty of pubs and restaurants nearby including The Blue Bowl in West Harptree, and a Michelin starred gastropub, The Pony and Trap within a 10 minute drive.
  • Within easy reach of the culture-rich cities of Bath and Bristol, the picturesque scenery of Cheddar caves and gorge and Wells, the smallest city in England as well as pretty unspoilt villages.
  • There are a great range of walks up into the Mendips and beyond where guests can enjoy the array of wildlife that freely roam over this breathtaking landscape.

Property layout

  • Ground floor
    Entrance hallway, cloakroom, separate wc.
    Kitchen/Dining/Living Area: A space that works perfectly for groups, providing a convenient layout that allows you to be sociable and cook at the same time. There’s plenty of room to move about in, plus ample worktop space, including island spaces that work well for informal eating. With state-of-the-art kitchen utensils you’ll find everything you need to make your catering as convenient and pleasurable as possible during your stay. The dining area with large wide screen TV seats 16 comfortably and has full length windows to take in the view. The living area with comfy sofas and chairs have full length windows offering views across the landscaped grounds and Chew Valley Lake. Natural sunlight streams through a bank of skylight windows. Invite the outdoors in with the doors thrown wide open and spill out onto the extensive terrace with outdoor seating and gas barbecue.
    There is a separate utility room off the hallway with washing machine, tumble dryer, iron and ironing board.
    Large TV room/Snug: Made for relaxation, featuring sofas and chairs, a 52" wide screen TV, wood burner and full length windows offering lake views. On colder days you can cosy up next to the wood burning stove. During the summer months, open the patio doors wide and spill out into a patio area with hot tub, the perfect backdrop for enjoying a sundowner or two.
    Sports Bar Games Room: Featuring a full-size pool table – a sort of ‘grown-up’s den’, designed with the sole aim of giving guests the perfect excuse to have a little fun, kick back and relax. Full length windows offering views across the landscaped grounds and Chew Valley Lake and double doors to the garden.
    Bedroom 1: With three 3' zip and link beds, two of which can be converted to a 6' bed on request, and an en suite bathroom with bath and separate shower. Full length windows offering views across the landscaped grounds and Chew Valley Lake.
    Bedroom 2: With two 3' zip and link beds which can be converted to a 6' bed on request, plus 3' bunk beds and an en suite shower room. Full length windows with views across the front courtyard.
    Bedroom 3: Twin/double bedroom with two 3' zip and link beds which can be converted to a 6' king on request. Shares the family bathroom. Full length window offering views across the landscaped grounds and Chew Valley Lake.
    Bedroom 4: With three 3' zip and link beds, two of which can be converted to a 6' bed on request. Shares the family bathroom. Full length windows offering views across fields.
    Family bathroom with bath and shower over.

Equipment

  • Gas central heating , wood burning stove in the large TV room/snug
  • Oven, microwave, American fridge freezer, second large drinks fridge, dishwasher
  • Washing machine and tumble dryer in the utility room
  • Sky, full package, Netflix, large flat screen TV in each living room
  • WiFi internet access*
  • Telephone (for incoming calls only)
  • One travel cot (without linen) and one highchair available
  • Outdoor 6 seater hot tub
  • Large gas barbecue
  • Driveway with parking for 6+ cars

Smuggle 12 of your friends and family away on an escape to Kingsley Lake View for some serious R&R. Nestled in tranquil Somerset countryside, this rural retreat benefits from awe-inspiring views to the Mendip Hills AONB and Chew Valley Lake.

Relaxed, remote and welcoming, Kingsley Lake View is kitted out with all the essentials for a memorable gathering, with two sociable living areas, plenty of parking and well-fitted bedrooms to boot. The perfect party pad for celebratory hijinks, eat, drink and make merry. This is our most suited property for effortless entertaining into the early hours!

If you’re hankering after an indulgent treat with on-site amenities, Kingsley Lake View ticks all the right boxes. Lounge in the outdoor hot tub heated all year, shoot some pool in the Sports Bar, fire up the gas Barbie on the sun-trap terrace and make a toast to great friends and good company. Beyond the tall glass windows, two acres of sprawling grounds pan away to jaw-dropping views of the sedate rolling hills and lake.

Take advantage of the Sky package, excellent WiFi access, and music system in the house and garden too. Throw on some tunes and let your hair down. There’s no need to worry about the neighbours, and the secure gated entry ensures total privacy during your stay.

Amidst glorious Somerset countryside, enjoy wonderful walks and spot the wildlife that have made this stunning beauty spot their home.

Within easy reach are the impressive gorge and caves of Cheddar and Wookey Hole, the cathedral city of Wells, historic Glastonbury, the Georgian city of Bath and the home of Isambard Kingdom Brunel: Bristol.

The village of Chew Magna is 3 miles and offers a range of shops, pubs and restaurants to pick up those last minute bits.

Kingsley Lake View also provides perfect group accommodation for guests attending weddings at Coombe Lodge, a 14 minute taxi drive away. Ston Easton Park, Aldwick Court and The Pig near Bath are all venues within an 18 minute drive.

Situated within the picturesque Chew Valley, Kingsley Lake View is a short drive to Bristol, Bath and Wells. You can also discover the quaint villages, peaceful countryside and traditional pubs that characterise the surrounding region.

VILLAGES, TOWNS & CITIES

CHEW MAGNA (3 miles) is a beautiful English village with a Main Street and church along with 3 pubs serving food, a fish shop and restaurant and also a Michelin starred pub the 'Pony and Trap'. The Main Street has a small supermarket, a post office, a butchers, a cafe (which sells fresh bread).

BLAGDON (5 miles) sits on the northern edge of the Mendip Hills in North Somerset, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village is frequented by many visitors, predominantly walkers and ramblers, who take advantage of the free car park in the village to explore the area. There is plenty to see, from Blagdon Lake, a manmade lake teeming with wildlife in one direction, to Black Down (the highest hill in the Mendips) in the other. There are plenty of other reasons to visit Blagdon, including the largest dolls house shop in the area, Cobblers Collectables, and three excellent traditional country pubs: The New Inn, Seymour Arms and The Queen Adelaide. The headquarters of the dairy Yeo Valley is on the outskirts of the village with its Garden Café and the popular Yeo Valley Canteen. There are several amenities including Blagdon Stores and Post Office and a village butcher.

BRISTOL (10 miles) is world renowned as a port and has a wide range of museums highlighting the city's history. Bristol can boast some impressive historical landmarks, too, in the shape Brunel’s awe-inspiring Clifton Suspension Bridge and his beautifully restored steamship, the SS Great Britain in Bristol's historic Harbourside.

Visit Bristol Museum & Art Gallery which features outstanding collections of art and archaeology, geology and natural history and the interactive We The Curious science centre. For contemporary art don’t miss the achingly hip Arnolfini, while just across the river you’ll find the Watershed, one of the city’s major cultural hotspots where you can catch indie and art-house films, see an exhibition or grab a drink overlooking the docks.

Bristol Zoo Gardens is an adventure into an exciting animal kingdom, all set within 12 acres of beautiful award-winning gardens.

The city’s major theatres and concert halls include the Bristol Old Vic, the Colston Hall and the Tobacco Factory, while more mainstream touring productions are on offer at the Bristol Hippodrome. The Old Duke is a music venue situated on the cobbled King Street in the heart of Bristol. Named after Duke Ellington, the pub has become world famous for it's live traditional, New Orleans inspired Jazz music. The RWA – England’s only regional Royal Academy of Art – showcases national and international visual art. The St George's Bristol is an independent concert hall and recording studios, staging classical, jazz, world music and opera.

For a comprehensive range of big name brand shops, look no further than Cabot Circus, located in the Broadmead district of Bristol. For a more unique shopping experience head over to the Georgian suburb of Clifton Village, where you can browse unusual independents, upmarket boutiques and stop for a coffee and cake at some of the city’s prettiest cafes – try the Primrose Café or the Arch House Deli & Café.

A 25 minute drive will take you to The Mall at Cribbs Causeway featuring big name retailers, as well as leisure facilities such as a 12-screen Vue Cinema and Hollywood Bowl.

CHEDDAR (10 miles) is a large village on the edge of the Mendip Hills, renowned for the Cheddar Gorge and Caves, a SSSI. This largest gorge in Britain includes several show caves such as Gough’s Cave, through which Britain’s biggest underground river runs. The Cheddar Gorge cliffs are Britain’s highest inland limestone crags and create a spectacular sight. The village gave its name to Cheddar cheese and has also been a centre for strawberry growing, the crop being transported on the railway, which now provides a fabulous cycle path, The Strawberry Line.

WELLS (11 miles) is known as England's smallest city, with its historic centre, the magnificent Cathedral situated within a most attractive Cathedral Close, which also boasts the unique moated Bishop's Palace. The Bishop's Palace hosts events throughout the year, please check their website for details. Close by, Vicars Close is home to the oldest complete medieval street in Europe, and the quaint market square offers an array of interesting shops, boutiques and restaurants, and a colourful twice-weekly market.

AXBRIDGE (13.5 miles) is a charming historic town which is famous for its medieval market square and some interesting Tudor houses and 13th century parish church. An art deco cinema in a house, The Roxy, is one of England's smallest (seats 30), with film showings on Friday evenings! Pride of place in the square goes to King John’s Hunting Lodge which is a National Trust property housing a Museum of local history.

CLEVEDON (16 miles) is a Victorian seaside town full of old-fashioned charm. Many great writers have penned their finest here and it's easy to see why when you stroll down the Grade 1 listed pier and watch the sun set over the Bristol Channel. The Curzon Community Cinema here is historically unique.

GLASTONBURY (16 miles) is an historic town with colourful shops and a mystical atmosphere, well-known for its Tor, music festival and ruined Abbey.

BATH (17 miles) is a beautiful, cosmopolitan city, a World Heritage Site which offers something for everyone. No matter the time of year you visit, you are likely to find events catering for all tastes, from the well-loved Christmas market to music, food and cultural festivals and world-class theatre productions on offer at the Theatre Royal. The streets are lined with every kind of restaurant and a wide range of quality bars and shops. The stunning and well-preserved architecture of the Georgian terraces such as The Royal Crescent are famous. A visit to the celebrated Roman Baths and wonderful Bath Abbey are a must. The American Museum at nearby Claverton Manor makes for an interesting visit, or you could hire a bike or take a gentle boat trip and explore the gorgeous scenery along the Avon and Kennet canal towpath.

Take in some top-class theatre at the city’s The Theatre Royal. Komedia, meanwhile, is an award-winning venue hosting comedy, cabaret and music nights.

Bath is a shopper’s paradise, whether you’re into designer fashion, high street brands or antiques. The modern SouthGate quarter boasts over 55 high-street stores and restaurants.. For a mix of designer shopping, homewares, cafes and restaurants head to Milsom Place. For something totally different try the atmospheric The Corridor, a covered colonnade packed with quirky independent shops selling everything from homemade fudge to designer jeans. A stroll along any of its side streets and lanes will also reveal some lovely artisan producers, handmade jewellery shops, and interesting antique showrooms, packed with unusual, quirky pieces.

Don’t miss the opportunity to indulge yourself at one of the UK’s most breath-taking spas, Thermae Bath Spa. It’s Britain’s only natural thermal spa where you can bathe in naturally warm, mineral-rich waters in the open-air rooftop pool, overlooking the stunning Bath skyline. A wide range of massage, facial and body treatments are also available.

STREET (18 miles) boasts a major factory outlet shopping complex - Clarks Village - which attracts visitors from far and wide. It was the first purpose-built outlet shopping scheme in Britain (1993) and now offers over 75 individual shop units, many of which are household-name companies, selling quality goods at discount prices

ACTIVITIES

The Mendip Hills designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is excellent walking, riding, mountain biking, cycling, rock climbing, pot holing and ballooning country.

WALKS

There are very many wonderful walks in the area including The Chew Valley Three Peaks walk and the Monarch’s Way. Take a leisurely stroll on the well kept footpaths at Blagdon Lake and Chew Valley Lake too.

There are many beautiful circular walks around Chew Magna or try the 3 mile cliff top walk at Cheddar Gorge which rewards walkers with some of the finest views in Somerset. Alternatively a two mile walk to the top of Glastonbury Tor provides beautiful views across the Somerset Levels.

ADVENTURE

Mendip Snowsport Centre, Churchill (11 miles).
Cheddar Gorge X-treme, Cheddar (11 miles). Adventure caving experiences, rock climbing experiences and Cheddar Gorge climbs.
Cave Climb - Rock Climbing, Abseiling and Caving experiences. Activities run in various venues within 6 miles of Cheddar (10.5 miles).
Delta Force Paintball, off Brockley Combe Road, Backwell (9 miles).

FISHING

The famous trout lake of Blagdon as well as fishing at Chew Valley Lake, Barrow Tanks and Litton Lakes are all under 14 minutes' drive.
Bristol Water Fly Fishing tuition - www.bristolwaterfisheries.co.uk/tuition/

GOLF

Woodspring Golf Course (7.5 miles).
Mendip Spring Golf and Country Club (12 miles).

CYCLING

Priddy and Deer Leap is a 9 mile off road cycling route, starting at Priddy Green outside the New Inn (4.5 miles).
The Strawberry Line is a project backed by local Community Groups, Councillors & Senior Politicians with the aim of converting the old railway line from Clevedon to Cranmore into a network of safe paths for walkers and cyclists to enjoy.
The West Country Way is a route linking Padstow to Bristol or Bath over a distance of 240 miles of which 70 are traffic free. The route in the Mendip Hills is mainly on road and involves steep ascents and descents onto the plateau at Ebbor Gorge and near West Harptree – more suited to experienced cyclists.

RIDING

Tynings Trekking Centre, Blagdon (9 miles) is in a prime situation allowing direct access onto a vast network of bridlepaths covering 1000′s of acres of forestry and moorland with spectacular views across seven counties covering a great variety of terrain. The ‘No Road’ policy means riding with Tynings is suitable for everyone.

GO KARTING

South West Karting, Cheddar (11 miles). Somerset's number one indoor kart centre.

OTHER ATTRACTIONS

Wookey Hole Caves & Attractions ... Britain's most spectacular caves and legendary home of the infamous Witch of Wookey (10 miles).

Tyntesfield (National Trust) (10 miles) is a fascinating Victorian house festooned with gothic architecture and peaceful, wooded gardens.

Noah's Ark Zoo Farm, Wraxhall (11.5 miles) has over 100 species of big zoo animals.

Avon Valley Railway, Bitton Station (12 miles). Steam trains run right to the edge of the scenic Avon Valley, providing spectacular views. Special events are arranged throughout the year – please check their website for details.

Avon Valley Adventure & Wildlife Park, Keynsham, Bristol (12 miles). The park covers 50 acres of beautiful countryside adjoining the River Avon providing country walks, a boating lake, play areas for children, a small petting zoo and a miniature railway.

Court Farm Country Park, Banwell (14 miles). Somerset’s top award-winning farm attraction - open all year round.

Puxton Park, Hewish (16 miles). An all-weather adventure park with soft play, aerial climbing and slides in 40 acres of countryside.

The Shoe Museum in Street (17.5 miles) houses more than 1,500 shoes from Roman to modern day. The Museum also tells the story of Clarks from its beginnings in the early 19th century.

Rich's Cider Farm, Highbridge (20 miles). A traditional cider farm with a charming farm shop, where you can buy local produce including cider, ale, cheese and honey, as well as locally-made pottery. See how the cider is made and learn all about its history in the cider museum. While you're there, take a look at the apple orchards and stop in for lunch at their top restaurant.

Longleat Safari and Adventure Park, Warminster (25 miles).

EATING & DRINKING

LOCALLY

There are numerous hostelries in the area most of which serve food from Michelin starred cuisine to good home cooking including:
The Woodford, Chew Valley Lake - breakfasts, lunches & afternoon teas (1.4 miles)
Stoke Inn, Chew Stoke (1.5 miles) - with a restaurant inside plus a full-fledged Indian restaurant run as a separate entity for eat in or take-away. There is also a pizza takeaway (Gustoso Pizzeria). Parts of the building are employed as a fruit and veg shop. Breakfast is available in the bars, and fish & chips to eat in or take-away are a speciality.
The Blue Bowl Inn, West Harptree (1.6 miles)
Chew Kitchen, Chew Stoke (1.9 miles)
Salt & Malt Fish & Chips restaurant and takeaway, Chew Valley Lake (2.6 miles)
Ring O’ Bells, Compton Martin (2.8 miles)
The Waldegrave Arms, East Harptree (3 miles)
The Pelican, Chew Magna (3 miles)
The Bear and Swan, Chew Magna (3 miles)
The Queens Arms, Chew Magna (3 miles)
Lazy Lobster fish restaurant and shop, Chew Magna (3 miles)
The Pony & Trap (Michelin star), Chew Magna (4 miles)
The Crown, Regil (4 miles)
The New Inn Blagdon (4.5 miles)

BRISTOL (10 miles)

Bristol has an eclectic culinary culture and a thriving restaurant scene that puts great emphasis on locally sourced, ethical produce. Start your culinary tour of Bristol at the bustling St Nicholas Market, where you can buy delicacies to enjoy on the go or eat in at one of the many bijou cafés. Then, take a wander towards the docks, where you’ll find some of Bristol’s best contemporary dining rooms, such as Riverstation and Bordeaux Quay.

Clifton Village is another foodie hot-spot where you’ll find a wide choice of intimate, independent restaurants, such as Fishers fish restaurant and modern Italian Prosecco, an elegant dining room serving contemporary-style Italian dishes.

If you want to experience some of the most cutting-edge cooking the city has to offer, make a trip to Westbury-on-Trym, just a few miles from the city centre. Here you can sample inventive gastronomy at Casamia, a Michelin star restaurant inspired by the haute cuisine of chefs such as Heston Blumenthal and Ferran Adria.

BATH (17 miles)

Bath has a limitless array of eating options, from the very formal to the casual, as well as some excellent gastro pubs and bars. The locally brewed Bath Ales can be sampled at pubs across the city, while there are a number of critically acclaimed restaurants to try, too, from the Michelin starred The Bath Priory to nationally renowned vegetarian restaurant Demuths. There are also plenty of well-known chain restaurants to choose from, as well as quaint tea shops and speciality stores – don’t miss a trip to The Real Italian Ice Cream Company for the best ice cream this side of Rome, or sample an authentic Bath bun at Sally Lunn’s world-famous tea shop.

EVENTS

JANUARY

Sherry & Mince Pie Specials at Avon Valley Railway, Bitton Station (12 miles).
Festival of Light at Longleat, Longleat Safari Park (25 miles).
Bristol’s Winter Wonderland at The Mall at Cribbs Causeway (17 miles).
Bath on ice, Royal Victoria Park, Bath (17 miles).

FEBRUARY

Blagdon Lantern Parade, The New Inn, Blagdon (4.5 miles).

MARCH

Bristol Jazz and Blues Festival, Bristol (10 miles).
Easter Fairytale Kingdom, Wookey Hole (10 miles).
Easter family fun, Bristol Zoo (11 miles).
Easter Egg Hunt, Noah's Ark Zoo Farm, Wraxhall (11.5 miles).

APRIL

Bath Comedy Festival, Bath (17 miles).
Easter Fairytale Kingdom, Wookey Hole (10 miles).
Easter family fun, Bristol Zoo (11 miles).
Easter Egg Hunt, Noah's Ark Zoo Farm, Wraxhall (11.5 miles).
Bristol Folk Festival, Bristol (10 miles).

MAY

Bristol Folk Festival, Bristol (10 miles).
Somerset Cider & Cheese Fayre, Ring O’ Bells, Compton Martin (2.8 miles)
The Bath Festival, Bath (17 miles).
Fun Weekend, Avon Valley Railway, Bitton Station (12 miles).
International Bath Music Festival, Bath (17 miles).
VegFest UK, Bristol (10 miles).
Bath Fringe Festival, Bath (10 miles).
The Royal Bath & West Show, The Showground, Shepton Mallet, Somerset (16.5 miles).

JUNE

Bath Fringe Festival, Bath (17 miles).
The Royal Bath & West Show, The Showground, Shepton Mallet, Somerset (16.5 miles).
Let's Rock Bristol!, Ashton Court Estate, Bristol (10 miles).
The English Country Garden Festival, The Bishop's Palace, Wells (11 miles).
Bristol's Big Green Week, Bristol (10 miles).
Glastonbury Festival, Worthy Farm, Pilton, Glastonbury (16 miles).

JULY

Bristol Shakespeare Festival, Bristol (10 miles).
Bristol Harbour Festival, Bristol (10 miles).

AUGUST

Valley Fest, Denny Lane, Chew Valley Lake (3 miles).
Bristol International Balloon Fiesta, Ashton Court Estate, Bristol (10 miles).
Bath Folk Festival, Abbey Chambers, Abbey Churchyard, Bath (17 miles).
Bristol International Kite Festival, Durdham Downs, Bristol (10 miles).

SEPTEMBER

The Jane Austen Festival, Bath (17 miles).
Bath Children’s Literature Festival, Bath (17 miles).

OCTOBER

Bath Children’s Literature Festival, Bath (17 miles).
Annual Open Exhibition at RWA, Royal West of England Academy of Art, Bristol (10 miles).
Great Bath Feast, Bath (17 miles).
Circus City Festival, Bristol (10 miles). A biennial contemporary circus festival across Bristol.
End of Season Gala, Avon Valley Railway, Bitton Station (12 miles).
Wells Festival of Literature, The Bishop's Palace, Wells (11 miles).
Halloween at Avon Valley Country Park, Keynsham, Bristol (12 miles).
Spooky Half Term Train Rides, Avon Valley Railway, Bitton Station (12 miles).

NOVEMBER

Annual Open Exhibition at RWA, Royal West of England Academy of Art, Bristol (10 miles).
Bath Film Festival, Bath (17 miles).
Novemberfest Beer Festival, Avon Valley Railway, Bitton Station (12 miles).
Bath MozartFest, Bath (17 miles).
Festival of Light at Longleat, Longleat Safari Park (25 miles).
Wells Guy Fawkes Carnival, Wells (11 miles).
Glastonbury Guy Fawkes Carnival, Glastonbury (16 miles).
Bath Christmas Market, Bath (17 miles).
Santa Special, Avon Valley Railway, Bitton Station (12 miles).
Bristol German Christmas Market, Broadmead, Bristol (10 miles).
Bristol’s Winter Wonderland at The Mall at Cribbs Causeway (11 miles).
Wookey Hole Santaland, Wookey Hole (10 miles).
The Bishop's Palace Craft Fair, The Bishop's Palace, Wells (11 miles).
Bath on ice, Royal Victoria Park, Bath (17 miles).
Made in Bristol Gift Fair, Colston Hall, Bristol (10 miles).

DECEMBER

Bath Christmas Market, Bath (17 miles).
Festival of Light at Longleat Safari Park (25 miles).
Bath on ice, Royal Victoria Park, Bath (17 miles).
Santa Special, Avon Valley Railway, Bitton Station (12 miles). Selected dates.
Bristol’s Winter Wonderland at The Mall at Cribbs Causeway (11 miles).
Bristol German Christmas Market, Broadmead, Bristol (10 miles).
Wookey Hole Santaland, Wookey Hole (10 miles).
Made in Bristol Gift Fair, Colston Hall, Bristol (10 miles).
Festive Food & Craft Market, Tyntesfield (10 miles).
Meet Father Christmas at Tyntesfield (10 miles).
Bath Artisan Christmas Market, Green Park station, Bath (17 miles).
Supper with Santa at Puxton Park (16 miles).
Sherry & Mince Pie Specials at Avon Valley Railway, Bitton Station (12 miles).

Things you need to know about Kingsley Lake View if you’re thinking of booking a holiday there:

  • Smoking is not allowed inside any of our properties
  • Up to three well-behaved dogs welcome (one pet is £25/stay, two pets is £35/stay, three pets is £50/stay) - to be kept to the Kitchen/Dining/Living area please
  • Please supervise children when playing in the gardens
  • Gas barbecue – please ensure you leave this clean for our next guests
  • Due to Health and Safety reasons, please ensure children under the age of fourteen do not use the hot tub. Please read our full instruction thoroughly prior to any of your party using the hot tub.
  • All single zip and link beds are provided with single duvets; if converted to king size beds we will supply double base sheet, along with single duvets
  • Minimum stay 2 night with any start date
  • A £1000 security deposit is required on arrival at the property

*Internet access is offered at this property for recreational purposes only and is not meant for business use. Speed/service may vary depending on the package obtained by the owner which is provided to guests free of charge. Should guests experience difficulties or loss of use, neither the owner nor the agent will be held responsible.

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