Double bedroom with adjacent bathroom, mezzanine with double bed. Can be closed off from the rest of the house.
Kitchen opening out onto the terrace and gardens
Sitting room with inglenook fireplace and original flagstone floors
*Please note: this cottage lies at the heart of an organic working dairy farm along with the usual accompanying noises. For important safety and insurance reasons, the farm buildings and farm area are out of bounds to guests*
Beautiful cottage garden and cobbled terrace
100% pure linen sheets
Central heating and a wood burning stove
Natural bath products
An organic, seasonal veg box can be delivered on request
Maid service and cook on request (payable extra) – please give plenty of notice
Located in the heart of Somerset
Bruton town centre is a 5 minute drive or 25 minutes on foot
Hauser and Wirth art gallery is 15 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.
The long 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.
If you have been contemplating a visit to the trendy town of Bruton and it’s surrounding bucolic countryside, this lovingly restored 18th century cottage is the perfect place to explore from. A mixture of timber and stone, the house is set in a cobbled courtyard on a working dairy farm. Scented wisteria trails the front of the house during the spring months and the organic gardens are fabulous for lazy days on the lawn in summer. Inside, the house is bursting with character, the original flagstone flooring in the cosy sitting room, antique elm dining table and pure linen sheets all add to the charm.
If you don’t fancy venturing out, a brilliant local chef can be booked on request (please give plenty of notice) and can provide delicious suppers, picnics or delivered meals for you to heat through.