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Combining 19th Century charm with 21st Century ameneties, Summerhouse with its beams and exposed stone walls is enfolded by a large garden with a tree-lined driveway and a summerhouse with grand views of the Pensford viaduct, an English Heritage site set in the Chew Valley.
When you arrive, you can unwind by watching buzzards circling over the valley or the green woodpeckers in the garden, chill out in our Summerhouse or take a dip in our luxurious indoor pool. You may wish to plan your stay using our books and maps. In the evening, just sit and enjoy watching deer munching on our home grown vegetables.
Centrally situated for visiting Bath, Wells, Bristol, Cheddar Gorge and the Mendip Hills, our B&B is ideal for exploring this beautiful area.
There are several walks from the house, including a stiff climb up to the Iron Age Hill fort atop Norton Malreward or a meander down from the footpath at the end of our drive along the Chew Valley to see the Stanton Drew Standing Stones.
This is truly somewhere to unwind after a day out exploring the beautiful Somerset countryside or the architectural glory of Bath or Wells.