Bed and Breakfast Accommodation in Bridgwater, Somerset
Apple View & Bramley Lodge
Apple View is the west annexe of Temple Farm. It had originally been built as a cider house we think about 100 years ago! We had more recently used it for storing of all things Bramley apples. After your long journey we are sure that you will be ready for complementary tea/coffee and cake which can be taken in either the garden on a nice day or the lounge if you prefer. br / br / br / br / Why not treat yourselves to a country break with us here in Somerset - land of the Summer People - as it was known by the Saxons. Enjoy an evening relaxing in the garden after a warm balmy summers day see the stars before retiring to bed. Wake up to birdsong and watch the mist rise perhaps see the wild deer drift through the orchards and fields before enjoying another hearty farmhouse breakfast. Set on a working livestock farm between Orchards and lush pastures it is an ideal place to come and see real farm life. Enjoy our farm breakfast which include homemade bread and preserves sausage bacon and pork. br / br / br / br / Rest in peaceful stylish rooms and sleep in the most comfortable bed ever between pure cotton sheets and warm woollen blankets all rooms are en-suite and one room has facilities for the disabled including an accessible bathroom. Please be aware beds are standard size - NOT super or King.
Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast Accommodation in Bridgwater Somerset - Website: www.farmaccommodation.co.uk When it comes to accommodation there is no greater place than Ash-Wembdon Farm our traditional 17th century Somerset farmhouse offers a homely atmosphere with excellent Bed and Breakfast services. We are situated in rural Somerset only two miles from the historic market town of Bridgwater conveniently central to all that Somerset has to offer for those exhilarating days out. All of our bedrooms are tastefully decorated with en-suite shower room or private bathroom equipped with storage space tea/coffee making facilities and LCD television. Breakfast is served in a private dining room where we provide delicious meals from the traditional full English to a lighter continental breakfast. We also have a well furnished lounge where you are able to sit read or enjoy a delicious beverage. Outside we are lucky to have a landscaped garden where you are free to wander in the great fresh West Country air. Come and stay at our wonderful slice of heaven tucked away in the countryside where you can find peace and tranquility. We are easy to find with a friendly face to greet you in a hot drink and slice of cake at the ready. So book now before we are fully accommodated! For more infomation please visit our website: www.farmaccommodation.co.uk to book. Please note that we do not accept pets.
BLACKMORE FARM IS A 15TH CENTURY GRADE 1 LISTED MANOR HOUSE IT WAS GUEST HOUSE OF THE YEAR FOR ENGLAND 2011/2012 .ACCOMMODATION IS IN THE MAIN HOUSECONVERTED BARNS ALONGSIDE AND A SHEPHERDS HUT IN THE GARDEN THE PROPERTY IS FURNISHED IN PERIOD STYLE WITH MANY ANTIQUE ITEMS AND STAYING IS A TREMENDOUS EXPERIENCEBREAKFAST IS SERVED IN THE GREAT HALL WATCHED OVER BY SUITS OF ARMOUR AND STAGS HEADS
Greenway Farm is a family home set in 8 acres of land just off the A39 in Bridgwater Somerset. There are 2 rooms although please note that one is located in a hand-crafted shepherd s hut with central heating and an en-suite shower room. To avoid confusion please check the room descriptions before booking. Greenway Farm is home to Martin & Sue Felstead their dog Thistle and 2 cats as well as several ponies pigs sheep hens and geese. The atmosphere is warm and friendly and the breakfast ingredients are all sourced locally some from the Farm itself. The Farm s location makes it ideal for the business traveller being close to the A39 and to the M5. However it is also ideal for holidaymakers and tourists as the Quantock Hills and miles of rugged coastline are only a few miles away. If you enjoy walks in the countryside and charming rural pubs then these are in plentiful supply and the attractions of Glastonbury Wells Bath and Bristol are no more than an hour s drive away.
Gurney Manor Mill, Bridgwater
Gurney Manor Mill is a Watermill of 15th Century origins with attached barns and farm buildings. It has been sympathetically restored by its owners Bill and Pauline Sutton into delightful Bed and Breakfast accommodation, retaining many of its original features, including the waterwheel and mill machinery.
The accommodation consists of 4 en-suite bedrooms, 2 family rooms, a twin room, and 1 double room, all uniquely designed with vaulted beamed ceilings, rustic walls and plank floors. The quality en-suite bathrooms are of modern design with bold colour schemes and tiled floors. The floors are warm to touch having individually controlled underfloor heating, so you can set the temperature to suit yourselves.
All the rooms have a remote controlled digital LCD colour TVs, a trouser press along with tea and coffee making facilities. In addition, the rooms have Wireless connections to broadband, so you can surf the internet from your room. The rooms are on the ground floor with their own private entrances, so you can come and go as you please. There is also ample off road private parking.
Gurney Manor Mill, Gurney Street, Bridgewater. TA5 2HW
Maunsel Estate is comprised of 100 acres of beautiful park land at the centre of a 2000 acre estate. There are in fact many different types of trees here and some of them are quite ancient. We have luscious green lawns where guests can relax and unwind. For those of you who like to be by water you might like to take a stroll around the two lakes and enjoy a private picnic. You may like to get some inspiration for your own gardening projects so do check out the walled garden whilst you are here. We have lots of Guinea Fowl Peacocks and some rather lovely sheep on the estate. There are ducks geese and chickens too. Please do feel free to pet all the animals. The peacocks simply love to have their photograph taken. br / br / br / br / For an additional £50.00 per night we do allow for you to bring dogs onto the estate but we do ask you to be respectful of the other animals around and also to clear up after your pets.
The School House
Nicky and Jim welcome you to their historic Victorian school house where you can relax in comfort to plan your exploration of the Somerset countryside. br / br / br / br / Built in1872 the school provided education for the townsfolk of Woolavington and the surrounding area. It was decommissioned as a working school in 1984 and became a private dwelling. The house has recently been updated to include en suite showers or private bathrooms to each bedroom whilst still retaining the character of the property. The large double bedrooms are comfortably furnished with a separate television lounge/library available for visitors to relax in. Breakfast is served in the high ceilinged room once used as the infants classroom. br / br / br / br / The village of Woolavington is located at the western end of the Polden Hills in Somerset above the Levels six miles from the coast and a short drive from the Quantock Hills in the west and the Mendip Hills to the east. It is a few minutes from the M5 (J23) motorway the A39 and A303 with excellent links to the West Country. The towns of Bridgwater Street and Glastonbury are approximately 10 minutes away with Wells and Taunton about 20 minutes by car. Bristol and Bath are a 40 minute drive. br / br / br / br / A stay at The School House is perfect for: br / br / - enjoying the extensive wildlife and beauty of the area br / br / - walking cycling and birdwatching on the Levels and surrounding hills br / br / - exploring the historic towns of Glastonbury Wells and Bath br / br / - visiting Cheddar Gorge Wookey Hole Ebbor Gorge and the coast br / br / - visiting Quantock Hills and Mendip Hills both AONB br / br / - shopping at Clarks Outlet Village Kilver Court and Bristol br / br / - stopping off en-route to the West Country br / br / - transport enthusiasts with aviation motor and railway museums close by br / br / - exploring the industrial heritage of the West Country br / br / - gardeners with many gardens and National Trust properties in the area br / br / - Glastonbury music festival br / br / - Bridgwater Carnival br / br / - business travellers br / br / - Millfield and Shapwick schools