Local B&B’s

Bed and Breakfast and holiday accommodation near Bruton

3 minutes if that far! 1 super king-sized room (that can convert into a double) and 1 double room both with en-suite shower rooms. Comfortable, family-run B&B. Children welcome. Very close by and within walking distance of local restaurants. Olivia is an experienced caterer and provides super breakfasts!

Tel: 07590 817644 / 01749 813015
Visit www.highhousebruton.co.uk

8 bedrooms available at this Bakery, Restaurant, Winestore, Clubroom

Visit www.atthechapel.co.uk

Owned and run by Martin and Denise Bottrill just a short walk away from Mill on the Brue. 6 amazing bedrooms, all with large ensuite walk-in showers, flat screen tv with dvd players, hospitality tray, hairdryer, iron and ironing board and complimentary wifi.

The Oak suite has two double bedrooms with a large open plan sitting room and kitchen and is perfect if you would like more space to relax.

Visit www.oakhousesomerset.co.uk

Caroline & David Nolder
Double room with en-suite

www.turkshall.co.uk

Two twin rooms in a converted Pottery 10 minutes walk from Mill on the Brue

www.bruehouse.com

Run by Howard and Jane Smith, Barefood Orchard has two double rooms within sight of St Mary’s church in the centre of Bruton near the train station.

10 minutes walk from Mill on the Brue

Visit www.barefootsorchard.co.uk

Located just outside Bruton on Creech Hill – 1 king sized bed with another 2 doubles with both en-suite showers

www.primrosehousebandb.co.uk

Brue House is in a superb, quiet situation in the medieval town of Bruton, near the church and within walking distance of shops, a couple of pubs and some excellent eating places.

10 minutes walk from Mill on the Brue

Visit www.bruehouse.com

Traditional freehouse with panoramic views
10 mins drive

www.theoldredlion.org.uk

Bed and Breakfast. Double room ensuite. Jean Constantine, 1 Old Station Lane, Cole, Bruton BA10 0PT

3 minutes drive from Mill on the Brue

Visit www.thepines.co.uk

Has won awards for excellence 3 double rooms
12 mins drive
www.rectoryfarmhouse.com

Charles & Susie Dowding offer Bed & Breakfast in a self-contained apartment on the upper floor of a listed 18th century granary barn. They produce as much of their food as they can (organically) and otherwise source it in the village or locally where possible.

5 minutes drive from Mill on the Brue

Visit www.lowerfarm.org.uk

The Coach House is set in farmland and woodlands with the River Brue flowing through the fields and woods; it is an elegantly furnished and comfortable house in the heart of Somerset.

Bed and Breakfast accommodation with ensuite facilities, and every comfort to ensure that visitors feel totally at home, including a Guest Sitting Room.

The Coach House has recently been inspected and awarded 4 diamonds and a Silver Accolade by ‘Quality in Tourism assessment services’.

Rooms are available all year round except Christmas week.

Visit www.alfordcoachhouse.co.uk

Steps Farmhouse is a vegetarian guesthouse started in 1993 by Noreen Daniel and Eileen Lemon. They have a holistic approach to life and its associated stresses, with emphasis placed firmly on attaining health and wellbeing through natural foods, healing and a peaceful environment.

5 minutes drive from Mill on the Brue

Visit www.stepsfarm.com

This Georgian farmhouse offers high quality bed and breakfast accommodation and was built in 1743. Clanville Manor is constructed of the local honey-coloured ‘Cary’ stone and is set in picturesque Somerset countryside. The farmhouse provides flexible accommodation, with 4 letting bedrooms. There are single, twin and double rooms, all with en-suite facilities.

Accommodation for a maximum of 6 people at any one time is offered in the house. Somerset BnB Bedrooms – Clanville Manor Accommodation near Shepton Mallet.

All bedrooms are beautifully furnished and have an en-suite bath or shower room, modern beds, plumbing and central heating.

15 minutes drive away from Mill on the Brue

Visit www.clanvillemanor.co.uk

Bratton Farmhouse dates back to the 1600s and is set in a quiet Somerset valley with lovely views across to Alfred’s Tower on the Stourhead Estate

Tel: 01963 32458

Greystones House is a comfortable family home built of the local soft blue lias stone. In the early 19th Century Greystones was the home for the local blacksmith with his forge and stables in the adjacent stone outbuildings.

Tel: 01963 240240

Visit www.greystoneshouse.co.uk

The large and imposing Somerset farmhouse has been lovingly restored by Michael and Lavinia and is decorated in traditional English country style with antique furniture and porcelain setting off the architectural attributes. Michael & Lavinia Dewar, Rectory Farm House Charlton Musgrove, Wincanton, Somerset, England BA9 8ET

10 minutes from Mill on the Brue

Tel: 01963 34599
Email: l.dewar@btconnect.com

Visit www.rectoryfarmhouse.com

The Barns are surrounded by fields in an area of great beauty.The cowshed is independent of our house and was designed to welcome arts groups, musicians, writers artists for periods of work.

10 minutes from Mill on the Brue

Tel: 01749 813246
Email: philipparees@btinternet.com

Holbourne House is situated in the quiet village of Upton Noble and has far reaching view across to Selwood Forest and Alfred’s Tower.

Tel: 01749 850008

Longhill Farm B&B was newly opened in 2008 and offers luxury accommodation in the beautiful Somerset countryside.

Our grade II listed house has three en-suite bedrooms, all furnished to the highest standards and offering modern facilities such as wireless internet access, freeview TV & DVD player and of course, the all-essential tea and coffee making facilities.

Creech View cottage is a purpose built, two-bedroom holiday home that can sleep up to six people. Built of local stone with many traditional features and furnished to a luxurious standard with all the facilities of modern life, means your stay here will be comfortable, relaxing and enjoyable in the tasteful surroundings one expects from a stay in the countryside.

10 minutes drive away from Mill on the Brue

Visit www.longhillfarm.co.uk