*Please note, this house is within the grounds of the Hauser and Wirth Art Gallery which is open daily to the public*
6 Bedrooms over 3 floors:
Master double bedroom with antique double bed and direct access to a terrace, en suite bath room with roll top bath
Kitchen with Smeg range cooker and fridge/freezer and vintage units
Dining room with table to 12, Guillermo Kuitca’s 360 degree painted space
Sitting room with Pipilotti Rist site specific video and chandelier installation and wood burning stove
Study with wood burning stove
Double bedroom with king size bed and en suite bathroom
Double bedroom with en suite bathroom with roll top bath
Double bedroom with king size bed and separate shower room
Double bedroom with double bed and en suite shower room
Double bedroom with double bed, bath room and dressing room
The house is sadly not suitable for children under 2 years of age
Egyptian cotton sheets
Hunter wellies and Camper slippers for guests to use during their stay
A cook can be arranged – payable extra
Picnics or breakfasts can be made up and delivered – payable extra
On arrival, afternoon tea of freshly baked scones/cake, homemade jam and local clotted cream
We can put you in contact with various local providers of:
Yoga, gallery tours, reiki, reflexology, personal training, clay pigeon shoot
Located in the heart of Somerset, within the grounds of the Hauser and Wirth art gallery
Bruton town centre is a 2 minute drive or 10 minutes on foot
The Newt in Somerset in 10 minutes by car
Castle Cary is 10 minutes by car
Frome is 20 minutes by car
London is 2 hours away by car
Bristol airport is a 45 minute drive away
London Heathrow is just under 2 hours by car
A car is recommended but not essential
Scott Williams’ home town of Bruton has fast become the coolest destination in the South West. Always a mecca for artists and creatives, gallerists Hauser and Wirth added the final polish when they opened a fabulous contemporary art gallery on the site of a disused 17th century farm. (Bruton Art House sits within the grounds.) The amazing garden by famous garden designer Piet Oudolf sits towards the back of the gallery.
Eat at the restaurant on site, the Roth Bar and Grill, which serves delicious food all day long.
Bruton high street is home to a plethora of fascinating independent shops and restaurants and a beautiful river walk takes you on a circuit of the historic town and outlying countryside.
Nearby, The Newt in Somerset is definitely worth a visit- a fabulous walled garden specialising in unusually trained apple trees, working cider press, glasshouse, farm shop (but not as you know it), bakery and restaurant.
For children there is the Mill on the Brue outdoor activity centre, archery, rafting, canoeing and abseiling are just are few of the activities on offer.
The Stourhead estate- filming location for ‘Pride and Predjudice’ is a short drive away – the famous lake and grounds are not to be missed in autumn when the landscape is ablaze with colour.
Renovated by Argentinian architect Luis Laplace, the Grade II listed buildings are full of character and bold innovative twists. It celebrates the natural antiquity of the building combining original fittings with unexpected interiors and vintage furniture completed by unique artworks from Hauser & Wirth’s artists including a specially commissioned painted mural in the dining room by Guillermo Kuitca, and a mesmerising video installation by Pipilotti Rist which projects the Somerset landscape onto the walls of the sitting room through a chandelier of found objects and glass.
This is a completely unique place to stay.