Cottages FAQs

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How many cottages do you have?

We have two cottages converted from a 300 year-old stone barn – The Six House & The Loose House.  They are a mirror-image of each other (although one is about half an inch larger than the other!) and very similarly furnished.

How many does each cottage sleep?

Up to five people (single-sex groups can only be accommodated at our discretion and at a maximum of 4 persons per cottage).  The main bedroom has a double and a single bed and the galleried bedroom leading into the main bedroom has 2 single beds.

Do you offer short breaks?

Sorry, we don't.  We offer holidays from Saturday to Saturday.  Click here for details.

How much does it cost?

Please see the tariff section for details – click here

What facilities are there?

Please see the property description section for full details of the equipment provided – click here.

Do you provide bed linen?

Yes, we provide bed linen (the beds are made up for you), tea towels, dishcloths and an initial supply of toilet rolls, etc.

Do you provide towels?

We ask that you bring your own bath and hand towels.

Can I store my fishing gear?

Yes, there is a shared cupboard in the hallway of the cottages for coats and boots and also a padlocked shed adjacent to the cottages in the car park for the storage of your fishing gear.  Please don’t take outdoor boots, coats, equipment into the cottage.

How far is it from the cottages to the lakeside?

Approximately 50 metres to the first swims and it’s all on the level. 

Is there car parking nearby?

Yes, right outside the cottage.

Are the cottages suitable for the disabled?

The cottages are converted from a 300 year-old stone barn.  The bedrooms are situated on the first floor which is accessed by a narrow, spiral staircase which is not suitable for wheelchair users. 

Can I get refreshments on site?

Yes, right here on the farm!   Tiffin Cafe at Bullock Farm.   Serving delicious, locally sourced farmhouse-style food and an excellent roast on Sundays.  01934 833125.

If you're visiting or staying with us, make sure you also make time to fit in a trip to The Milk Stand at Yew Tree Farm on Ham Lane to get fresh and flavoured milk produced on Phil's brother and sister in law's farm along with the freshest eggs, butter and cheese.  It's all really delicious (our favourite is banana flavoured milk!).

How far is it to the nearest pub?

The nearest pub is 1.5 miles away at North End, Yatton.  There are nice pubs in the small, Victorian town of Clevedon, eg the Salthouse overlooking the sea which is 2.9 miles away.  If you don’t want to have to drive then there are details of local taxi firms in the information folder in the cottage along with information about pubs, restaurants, places to visit and local amenities. The ‘Local Attractions’ and 'Links' pages on the website also have lots of information.

How do I book?

Firstly, check availability on the 'tariff & availability' page of the website - click here, but please call us on 01934 835020 or e-mail us at prior to submitting a booking form or sending a deposit. Once we have established that your chosen week is available, we will then make a provisional booking for you which we will then hold for one week, during which time we ask you to send us a completed booking form together with a deposit of £100.00 per week booked (so, for example, for a two week holiday the deposit is £200.00).  You can download our booking form from the website – click here. Once we have received your deposit, we will then send you written confirmation and let you know when the balance of your holiday is due.  Before signing and returning your booking form please make sure you read our full terms and conditions – click here.

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  • The complex consists of five lakes, 137  swims
  • Heavily stocked, large variety of coarse fish
  • Day tickets £8 Adults, £6 Junior/OAP/Disabled (we do not charge for extra rods)
  • Open dawn to dusk, 365 days of the year (no night fishing)
  • Two beautiful self-catering holiday cottages converted from a 300 year-old stone barn
  • Spacious campsite with electric hook ups
  • Toilets & showers
  • Lakeside car parking
  • Match rates - concessions available
  • Tiffin Cafe at Bullock Farm


We pride ourselves on our friendly welcome and look forward to seeing you soon.

Phil & Jude Simmons





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  • Cottage great, fishing superb, great choice of lakes, good facilities, lovely surrounding area. Really look forward to returning again soon.

    Reuben Naish

  • The Dog's Bullocks...

    Angler's Mail

  • We had a lovely time in the Six House. Everyone was friendly and helpful, facilities were great. We would recommend the site to anglers and campsite users too.

    Nick & Libby

  • A massive hit with local anglers and holidaying visitors

    The Angling Times

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A relaxed camping trip, a stay in one of our cosy cottages - come to fish our lovely lakes or explore the local area.