Holmwood Coach House holiday let is set well back from the road behind the main house which was designed in the 1860’s by the Frome architect W.G. Brown. The property and garden have been in our care for over 20 years and we’ve enjoyed bringing the old buildings back to life and encouraging the wildlife to flourish.
In the spring, you can look out at the apple blossom and spring flowers and listen to the birdsong in the garden before pulling on your boots for a country walk.
Make the most of the longer summer days to explore the local landscape, help yourself to plums from the garden, try a game of tennis, then relax with a drink in the garden watching bees and butterflies and the aerial antics of swifts who nest in a box we set up for them.
When autumn arrives, the squirrels will entertain as they frantically bury their winter supplies, apples are yours to pick, and there’s the chance to experience the spectacular seasonal display at Stourhead landscape gardens.
During the winter months, spot birds feasting on any remaining berries, browse in Frome’s independent shops on medieval Cheap Street with its stream running down the middle and cobbled Catherine Hill, before curling up for the evening by the woodburner to the hoot of owls.
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