Welcome to the village of Dinder – a bit like Dibley but without Dawn French. It’s all very English with impossibly ancient houses, well-tended gardens, a cricket team, a village hall and an honesty library in the telephone box. You stay in the old stables, next door to owner Rachel, but with your own entrance and garden. Walk straight in to a swish kitchen with pale blue units, a slate floor and a pretty window seat with striped cushions. There’s all you need to whip up a storm, including cookery books, and Rachel leaves you basics along with homemade flapjack and bottles of local cider. All is cosy thanks to underfloor heating. Upstairs to a good-sized sitting room with a floor height window, exposed stone walls, fresh flowers, a big sofa and lots of books – a smart TV too. Through an archway is the bedroom with a very well-dressed bed and a sweet village view; the bathroom has a walk-in shower and creamy white walls. Lovers will be hard pushed to get out and about but there’s lots to do: borrow wellies and walk to an award-winning pub, pop along to Frome and Wells for fab independent shopping.