In the country but close to the UK's smallest city, this quiet room with private bathroom is ideal for people wanting to enjoy a rural setting, a great home made breakfast and a warm Somerset welcome.
Our two guest rooms are at one end of the bungalow. With an en suite bathroom you will be private and undisturbed.
The rooms have a kettle and tea and coffee so you're able to make yourself a hot drink.
Our breakfasts will set you up for the day. We cook a full English breakfast (bacon, eggs, toast, tea or coffee etc) on the Aga but can provide a continental breakfast if you would prefer something a bit lighter. Over the years I've cooked for Vegans, Vegetarians, Coeliacs, meat-eaters so if you do have special dietary requirements then please let me know when you book and we'll do our best to meet your needs.
We want you to enjoy your stay and you are welcome to make use of other areas of the house including the lounge and garden.
Breakfast - is in the breakfast room with views of Glastonbury Tor in the distance.
Dining room - you're welcome to use the dining table during your stay should you need to set up a laptop.
Lounge - you can also use the lounge which has a wood fire in winter so if you're rained off and want to be in rather than out you don't need to stay locked away in your room - unless you want to of course!
Garden - I love to spend time in the garden and you are welcome to enjoy it. The back garden has views over fields and Glastonbury Tor and sitting in the garden in the summer evenings is a real pleasure of ours.
Kitchen - sorry, but because we have an Aga and I'm often cooking for family we don't let visitors use the kitchen. You can of course store cold items in the fridge.
Washing machine and washing line - with notice then we can arrange for you to use the washing machine
Общение с гостями
We like to keep busy but enjoy having visitors and we've been doing B&B (4star AA) for nearly 50 years. Many of our guests visit every year and others have become good friends.
We've lived in this house for nearly fifty years and the area for a lot longer and we are very happy to share our local knowledge from things to do and things to see to the best places to eat or interesting walks that may not be on the tourist trail.
Другие важные подробности
Our son who lives in the grounds has a dog - a lovely springer spaniel - who spends the days with us but isn't allowed into the guest rooms.
You will have your own key and so will be free to come and go as you please. There are no formal rules (apart from no smoking) and we are sure that you will treat our house with the same level of respect and consideration we will show you.
My husband Harold and I are both retired officially but our family and friends and our B&B guests keep us busy – which is just the way we like it.
We've been welcoming people to our house since we first moved in nearly 50 years ago. Many of our visitors come again and again and have become true friends.
I enjoy to cook and my Aga is my best friend - it's been with us for 25 years and I can’t imagine how many roast dinners I’ve made or loaves of bread I’ve baked in it. Visitors certainly seem to enjoy the breakfasts as much as I enjoy cooking them.
I like to spend time in my garden which is full of colour in the spring and summer as the hollyhocks and other traditional cottage garden flowers come into bloom.
We love the peaceful setting of our house and the views of Glastonbury Tor one way and Wells Cathedral the other. In the winter months we often get our own small murmurations when flocks of starlings dance in the sky over the fields next to the house before they join the thousands of others who make up the famous displays on the nature reserves a few miles away. There's nothing better than sitting with a glass of wine as the sun starts to go down and watching the birds dart across the skies.