This enchanting party pad is hiding its very own private bar
February is here and that can only mean one thing – Dry January is over!
But while you may have plans to enjoy a drink or two down at your local pub, why not go the whole hog and buy a home with its own private bar?
If that sounds like your cup of tea (or in this case something stronger), allow us to show you around this quirky countryside manor house…
This enchanting seven-bedroom property is tucked away in rural Somerset and is nestled in around 10 acres of grounds, with a separate two-bed detached cottage.
Havyatt Manor has bags of character to boot, too, with original features dotted throughout the house, including exposed beams, flagstone flooring, sash windows, panelling and pillars to name but a few.
Its spaciousness means it is ideal for entertaining, but the best place to host guests and throw parties is in the private bar room.
The wood-panelled bar is adorned with various draught beers, whilst behind there are dozens of spirits in front of a mirrored wall.
It’s a generously-sized function room away from the main living spaces and all it needs to finish it off is a jukebox and a dartboard.
Outside, there is a small pathway which leads down to a quaint summer house with its own private jetty and hot tub with uninterrupted views across the countryside and Glastonbury Tor.
The most amazing aspect of Havyatt Manor is undoubtedly the setting. Not only is it incredibly private, the vista, which surveys the incredible Somerset countryside, stretches for miles around.
Rightmove’s property expert Miles Shipside said: “I don’t think there are many homes on Rightmove that can boast the luxury of such an ultra-local watering hole, but this really is a fun, standout feature of the property. I’m sure that with the right planning consent, prospective buyers could realise the huge potential of this place and transform it into a boutique hotel of some kind.”
This property is listed for sale with Greenslade Taylor Hunt.