This feels remote: a tiny hamlet in the wide-open spaces which are the levels; criss-crossed with ditches, humming with birds, packed with history, but you’re only a short hop from Wells or even Bath. Jane (a designer) and artist partner Simon have created a delightful gallery inside their 18th-century gentleman farmer’s house and much of what you see is for sale, from the art on the walls to some of the up-cycled funky furniture – even if you don’t buy anything you’ll come away filled with ideas for your own space. It’s a clever mix of old (flagstones rescued from Glastonbury Abbey during the dissolution of the monasteries) and new (industrial lighting, rubber floors in the showers) which not many folk would attempt – never mind pull off perfectly. You’ll sleep like logs in bedrooms with no light pollution and no noisy traffic, there are heart-stopping views from most windows, a sweet little garden to potter in and plenty of room at the copper-topped big table for long, chattery meals – or a good pub a few doors down. Best of all, everywhere you look there is something worth looking at. Lovely.