David and Penny Denbee, the owners of Pear Tree Farm, extend the warmest of welcomes to their beautiful part of the world.
Pear Tree Farm has been in David’s family for three generations and it was a dairy farm until 2005 when David switched to beef and sheep production.
Situated in the tiny hamlet of Stoughton Cross, just a mile outside picturesque Wedmore, the farm is to be found on the Isle of Wedmore, a low hill that was historically a real island when the Somerset Levels around it were floodland.
The farm is criss-crossed by footpaths and offers great views across the valley floor to Axbridge, Cheddar and Wells and even to Brean Down and the Bristol Channel beyond.
The Denbees have put real care into the cottage’s conversion – ensuring that period features, like the oak beams and pillars made of local Draycott stone, were not lost in the process. They take the same care in ensuring that you’ll enjoy your stay at Pear Tree Cottages.
The farm is just a few miles from the M5 motorway and the A38 giving easy access from the north, east and west of the country and the M4 motorway is also easily accessible. Yet you are soon away from the hustle and bustle of modern living, ready to relax in your peaceful, comfy, contemporary accommodation.
“We love living at Pear Tree Farm and we hope you will enjoy your stay here too!”