Bed and Breakfast Accommodation in Somerton, Somerset
Cary Fitzpaine House
Cary Fitzpaine House is an graceful Georgian Manor Farmhouse set in two acres of beautiful gardens on a 400 acre arable and sheep farm. We also have horses hens and various pets. The house is the main house in a small hamlet of twelve houses. Life here is recorded in the Doomsday Book. It is a very peaceful and tranquil little bit of England. br / br / br / br / Andrew and Susie Crang the owners live on site and our aim is that our guests enjoy a relaxed and elegant base to stay and visit the area. We are always willing to help in anyway that we can. We serve a full breakfast with local and home grown produce. br / br / br / br / Cary Fitzpaine is approximately 4 miles from Somerton and 8 miles north of Yeovil. We are only 1.5 miles from the A303 and 0.5 Miles from the A37. It is an excellent base for viewing National Trust properties such as Lytes Cary Montacute Barrington Court Tintinhull and Stourhead. Other historic places to visit such as Stonehenge Bath Bristol Glastonbury Wells Sherborne Forde Abbey. Wookey Hole Cheddar and Longleat are all within easy reach. br / br / br / br / The Fleet Air Arm Museum at Yeovilton is 5 minutes away and Haynes Motor Museum only 10 minutes. The Bath and West Showground is 15 minutes. The Coast eg Lyme Regis is 40 minutes drive. Also Clarks Shopping Village at Street is only 15 minutes away. There are many other attractions such as local farmers markets cheese and cider producers the Somerset Levels and lovely hamstone villages. br / br / br / br / All our rooms are decorated to a very high standard with en suite facilities. All rooms have garden views.
Cleers View Farm
At Cleers View Farm we believe it s the little details that make your stay enjoyable and we hope that you will consider this your home while you are staying with us. br / br / br / br / Our 3 spacious double bedrooms offer guests all the comfort they could want with en-suite bathrooms colour televisions fridges and tea & coffee making facilities. br / br / br / br / Our dining room is available to guests day and night and it is the perfect place to read work and relax. br / br / br / br / For business travellers Cleers View Farm is the ideal stopover. We have free wireless internet available for guests and we do not have a minimum number of nights per stay - if you want to stay for just one night you are more than welcome! br / br / br / br / Cleers View Farm is a bungalow and is therefore suitable for disabled guests. Please let us know when booking of any special requirements. br / br / br / br / We have stables and a cattery so if you would like to bring along your dog horse or cat we will endeavor to make sure they are as comfortable as you are during your stay. We understand that not everyone is a pet lover so if you are allergic or just not keen please let us know when booking and we will check that no furry friends are staying at the same time.
Liongate House is a sympathetically rebuilt barn situated in the historic Roman town of Ilchester. br / br / br / br / Completed in 2006 using the original bricks and roof tiles the integrity of the outer building remains whilst the inside is designed in a more modern contemporary style. Energy efficient underfloor heating together with a heat recovery ventilation system and effective rainwater recycling serving all toilets make Liongate House an eco-friendly property to stay in. br / br / br / br / All our individually designed quality rooms offer flexible accommodation for a maximum of six guests (including children) with en-suite facilities. br / br / br / br / Our hearty breakfast includes local free-range eggs home-baked bread some organic produce and homemade marmalade and jams made with fruit from our garden. br / br / br / br / We are delighted to announce that we have achieved a Certificate of Excellence 2016 from Trip Advisor which recognises our commitment to providing quality accommodation and an outstanding service for our guests.
Sleepy Hollow Cottages
Centrally situated in the delightful South Somerset countryside Sleepy Hollow Cottages offer a peaceful and tranquil haven in a wonderful rural setting in two acres of lovely gardens in the village of Barton St David. We are blessed with lovely walking country through orchards along the River Brue and further afield through the Somerset Levels teeming with wildlife. Close to home glow worms glow on July evenings bats fly in the Drove alongside us and kestrels soar in the skies above us. br / br / We have three fully equipped self catering cottages Nooze (single storey) and Nap (two storey) accommodating 2 people and Leep (single storey) up to 4. All three cottages are Visit England 4 star rated. Linen towelsWifi and all utilities are included within the rental price quoted. Each cottage has a separate garden area with furniture but guests are welcome to explore our gardens and to while away an hour or so playing table tennis in the stables. br / br / All cottages have wifi access to laundry facilities and secure cycle storage. There is ample parking within the grounds. Cots are available on request. Pets are welcome by prior arrangement and for a small additional fee. Please contact us to discuss. br / br / br / br / There are many National Trust properties within an easy drive including Stourhead and the local Lytes Cary. The National Garden scheme for Somerset and Dorset feature many local gardens and local villages frequently host open garden events during the summer months. Our proximity to the cathedral city of Wells the mysteries of Glastonbury and the Tor plus a host of other attractions make Sleepy Hollow a great base for a relaxing vacation exploring some of the best that this area of South West England has to offer. br / br / Further afield the cities of Bath Bristol and the Somerset and the Dorset and North Somerset coasts are easily reached.
Somerton Court Country House
Somerton Court is a large historic country house believed to date in part from the 12th Century. It is situated at Lower Somerton on the eastern edge of Somerton the royal town of ancient Wessex set in some 55 acres of parkland and gardens. Although believed to incorporate Roman remains or materials in its foundations the first known record of Somerton Court dates to an 1176 purchase of land by William de Erleigh. He presumably built a manor house here and the new holding - later known as the manor of Somerton Erleigh - remained with his decendants and their relations for over 350 years. The manor was a small one and was used for income and dowries rather than as a family seat. Most of its owners were rather quiet - other than in the 1400s when the manor was held by a number of people who were either slain or executed during the 100 Years War and the Wars of the Roses. Among these unfortunate owners were Henry le Scrope and James Butler Earl of Ormond and Wiltshire (both of whom married owners of the manor) who were executed in 1415 and 1461 respectively. Somerton Court s most famous owner however was undoubtedly Edward IV s brother the Duke of Clarence - best remembered for having been drowned in a butt of malmsey in 1478. The manor house was later owned by Henry Percy the sixth Earl of Northumberland who sold the estate in 1530 to pay some of his massive debts. After passing through a number of hands it was bought in 1597 by James Fisher. (In 1597 another part
The Lynch Country House B&B
The Lynch Country House bed and breakfast is a Grade II listed property built in 1812 and is a classic example of Georgian architecture strongly based on symmetry, perspective and values of formal classical temple structure. The Lynch sits in the heart of lush Somerset countryside on the edge of the delightful medieval market town of Somerton, the ancient capital of Wessex. The house reflects the feeling of restful tranquillity that surrounds it. The interior has been lovingly restored and refurbished with antiques. It is intimate and very comfortable.
It features a period 'Sun Bonnet Lantern' at the apex of the house, designed to flood the central core of the building with sunlight. Guests can climb the stairs to the observation deck at the top of the house. On a clear day they will enjoy far reaching views of the grounds, Somerton and beyond.
The word 'lynch' means 'a ridge or terrace on the face of a down' and the house stands at the top of the ridge leading down to the Cary river valley. We planted more than 2800 trees 20 years ago and more adventurous guests are most welcome to explore the surrounding woods which are home to much wildlife.
The well tended grounds include a large lawned area, topiary, a rill, many specimen trees and flowers and a lake stocked with a variety of ornamental fish and our famous resident Black Swans.
We take our beds and our breakfasts very seriously to ensure that your stay is a memorable experience.
We have three room categories at The Lynch Country House and all offer the same British, 5 star, hand made, mattresses found in some of the best hotels in Britain. They are covered with fabulous goose down and feather duvets and pillows. Finally the beds are dressed with crisp white linen to ensure you have the very best and most comfortable night's sleep.
All rooms have luxury fluffy white bathrobes and towels for extra comfort. Our Duck Island mandarin and bergamot bath toiletries are environmentally friendly, as well as never being tested on animals. All rooms have flat screen TV’s and offer complimentary Wi-Fi access for your convenience.
We hope you enjoy your stay.
The Lynch Country House B&B, Somerton, Somerset. TA11 7PD
The Mount B&B Somerton
The Mount Somerton is a grand but friendly house set in an acre of lovely gardens yet only a three minute walk to three pubs and the charming Georgian town centre of Somerton. br / br / br / br / This large 200-year old home is peaceful and quiet with lots of private off-street parking free wi-fi and overlooks countryside. We offer excellent accommodation just 15 minutes from Glastonbury Tor and Glastonbury Abbey and 20 mins from a direct train line to London. br / br / br / br / The Mount B and B is a lovely 3 storey Georgian house a few minutes from Yeovilton Langport and the A303. We are close to several RSPB nature reserves lots of National Trust properties including Lytes Cary Tintinhull Barrington Court and Montacute House. br / br / br / br / For tourists the must-see city of Bath is also just an hour away. If you want to do some outlet shopping the renowned Clark s Village in Street is only 10 minutes away. br / br / br / br / And we like our guests to enjoy peace and privacy: if you book for two people to stay in one of our rooms at The Mount you get your own private bathroom not a pokey en-suite. Or you can book the whole top floor which gives you a master bedroom with a king bed a twin room with two singles a modern bathroom with a fantastic separate shower and bath plus your own dining room. Your dining room has a sofa dining room table and chairs microwave and toaster and tea and coffee making facilities. br / br / br / br / Some of the villages around here that we recommend you visit include Kingsdon (great pub) Long Sutton (charming village green) Pitney (good children s playground famous Half Way House pub) Knole (lovely thatched houses ) and Muchelney (historic Abbey). We love this area and we would love to host you while you too explore the charms of South Somerset.