A Lovely Small Log Cabin In Glastonbury, Somerset

The Spindlewood Lodges are set in a lovely location with just seven Scandinavian log cabin buildings in 10 acres of pasture, woodland, and orchards with stunning views of the surrounding countryside and the Glastonbury Tor. The lodges are in an ideal location for anyone who wants to experience all that the countryside has to offer, with plenty of space, where children of all ages can enjoy outdoor games while the grown-ups relax and unwind out on the verandah. During your vacation stay, you can catch a glimpse of the wildlife that surrounds the lodges. Some of the wildlife you might see in the area include deer, owls, badgers, buzzards, kestrels, and woodpeckers. You can sit back and stay close to the cozy cabin building and relax, and go for walks in the idyllic setting or venture further and go site seeing with so much to do and see in the area.

The Spindlewood Lodges are located close to the major attractions of Somerset to include the beautiful small city of Wells, Cheddar Gorge, Caves, Wookey Hole, Safari Park and Longleat House, Glastonbury Abbey, Glastonbury Tor and Bath, which are all within easy driving distance. Restaurants and local pubs are also within easy reach and offer a diverse range of foods to suit most anyone. During your vacation stay, you can explore the Mendip Hills and the Somerset Levels and escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

Glastonbury Tor is an isolated sandstone hill located just over the Somerset Levels. For more than a millennium Glastonbury was the location of an abbey of serious power, still impressive almost 500 years after it was suppressed and left in ruins. The abbey has a spellbinding Gothic architectural design, and there’s an array of separate monuments, from the remarkable Medieval kitchen to a historic pub, all of which have ties to the old monastery. Glastonbury has Pagan and Christian folklore and draws a big new age and Neo-Pagan community. That hill, Glastonbury Tor is a National Trust site with natural springs rising from deep within its rock, and huge rings of terraces on its slopes, built for reasons that are still unknown.

The Spindlewood Lodges are located near Glastonbury where there are plenty of things to do. You might visit the Somerset Rural Life Museum, an idyllic farm around a 14th-century barn, this museum chronicles the history of the everyday people of Glastonbury and has just reopened after a major makeover. That barn is Grade I listed and was originally a tithe barn that belonged to the abbey and was used to store wheat and rye. In the neighboring farmhouse, some galleries go into themes like education, crafts, folk festivals and remembrance customs for the dead. The courtyard and the barn have all sorts of antique equipment for fishing, farming, willow coppicing, digging peat, and producing cider, milk, and cheese. There are also interpretation boards that label the farm’s historic buildings, as well as an apple cider orchard, a beehive, and rare sheep and poultry breeds.

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