This is a quiet location in the Cam Valley, between Peasedown St John Village and Carlingcott.
Although it is possible to load/unload cars, there is no parking directly outside the house -- however, parking is very nearby in the lane.
This is a terraced house in a small community settlement built around 1901 to house migrant miners who were brought in and were needed to work in the Somerset Coal mines.
The houses are separated from the main village and located half way down the Cam Valley towards Carlingcott.
Peasedown was an Industrial mining village and as consequence has a different feel and character to other villages around Bath, being supplied with good amenities, public transport and P/R facilities.
I will be available most of the time during your stay and close at hand and my next door neighbour will be able to answer any questions and help/advise if I am not.
This is a no smoking listing.
Please treat the house with care and and as you would like others to treat your own home.
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I am an artist living in a Somerset village near Bath.
I have a studio in Bristol and also work P/T front of house and bookshop of an international public gallery in Bristol as well.
I am interested in people and places, histories and cultures, communities and our relationship to the the natural world.
I have raised a family who have left home and are on their own travels in life - and now find I often have a spare room at home and would like to explore the possibilities of hosting through airbnb.
My work as an artist has increasingly led me into research areas that take me away from home at times , I like to be able to keep this flexible and so airbnb looks like something that could work for me in many ways.
I enjoy meeting new people but also respect that at times people just need some quiet and relaxing time to themselves.
I have been settled in this area for over 25years and feel I have a fairly good knowledge of this part of the South West.
I enjoy living in the countryside and being able to walk out of my door onto footpaths, I feel that I am very lucky that I am able to enjoy fresh air and generally a quieter environment at the end of the day or come back to after trips away right on my doorstep here - alongside having the cultural benefit's of living close to the historic city of Bath and the diversities of Bristol within easy access.