Lower Lakes - Oak Lodge - Guest Room

Guest Accommodation in Chilton Trinity, Somerset

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

Straight Drove
Chilton Trinity
Somerset
England
TA5 2BQ

Lower Lakes - Oak Lodge - Guest Room, Chilton Trinity

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Accommodation Description:

Guest room of family run lakeside log cabin with B&B service coming soon. A bright spacious double room with en suite enjoying a lakeside location. Grass lawns and lake frontage.

Breakfast available as an extra charge.

 4 star rating

From: £45.00

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