Enniskerry, Evercreech is a superbly refurbished C18th stone-built self catering cottage took three, part-time, laborious years to complete by the owners. It was once a workers' cottage and used to have a bank on one side and a police-station on the other! Restoration has been a labour of "Love!"
This self-catering country cottage offers sleeping accommodation for 4 persons: one large double and one large twin-bedded room.
For occasional overnight use or to accommodate a child over 6 years or the elderly, there is also a double futon downstairs.
The cottage has a downstairs bathroom.
A feature in the lounge is the fully working Inglenook Fireplace (logs for burning can be found in the back garden for those cosy nights in if it gets chilly).
Free Parking is roadside - just opposite the cottage door.
Enniskerry is located in the quaint village of Evercreech, Somerset and is close to the Dorset and Wiltshire borders. This superbly refurbished C18th stone-built cottage is situated in the heart of the small vibrant village close to the Mendip Hills and Glastonbury, easily accessible to the larger towns of Bath and Bristol. Bristol airport is 19 miles from the cottage.
Evercreech is a village and civil parish 3 miles (4.8 km) south east of Shepton Mallet, and 5 miles (8.0 km) north east of Castle Cary, in the Mendip district of Somerset, England. Evercreech Junction was a railway station on the Somerset and Dorset Joint Railway. It was replaced by Evercreech New railway station from 1874 to 1966, when it closed.
The Co-op is a minutes walk from the cottage and incorporates a newsagent, cash machine and post office. It is open from 07:30 - 22:00 every day including Sunday. There is a bakers, doctor's surgery, chemist, fish and chip shop, two pubs and a church. A large Tesco superstore and a retail park is on the edge of Shepton Mallet with the town itself, being approximately three miles away.