6 bedrooms (2 extra bedrooms available at an additional cost)
Open kitchen with Aga and dining area
Grand dining room seating 14
Sitting room with open fire place
TV room with open fire place
Games room with open fire place
Downstairs bootroom and loo
Laundry/ Utility room
Master bedroom with super size king bed, en suite bathroom and shower
Guest double bedroom with ensuite bathroom and shower
Small double bedroom with sink basin in cupboard
Small double bedroom with ensuite bathroom
Children’s four poster bedroom with ensuite bathroom
Large double bedroom with access to children’s room
2nd Floor (additional cost)
Large double bedroom with shared en suite bathroom and shower
Small double bedroom with shared en suite bathroom and shower
Option to have 2 singles made up in between
Table tennis table
Fresh eggs from chickens in the apple orchard
Mid week clean
Located in the village of Redlynch
Bruton town centre is a 4 minute drive or 40 minute walk, the Hauser and Wirth gallery and Durslade Farm Shop on the outskirts of town are a little closer
The Newt in Somerset is 7 minutes by car
Castle Cary is 10 minutes by car
Frome is 20 minutes by car
London is 2 hours away by car
The nearest pub is a 30 minute walk
Bristol airport is a 45 minute drive away
London Heathrow is just under 2 hours by car
A car is recommended
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.
From the moment you lock eyes on this house you will fall in love, an enchanting property that dates back to the fourteenth century.
One of the longest thatched houses in England, and once a traditional farm house, it has been transformed by the owners. A long gravel drive leads you to the front of the building adorned with picturesque planters and the sound of birdsong.
The interior of the house has been exquisitely modernised, with art scattered across the property from an array of different era’s, giving each room a unique identity – our favourite spot is the conservatory, a tranquil place to sit in peace amongst the foliage to observe the wonders of nature unfold.
Nestled on the outskirts of an organic dairy farm, there is direct access to the free range chicken coop for collecting your eggs for breakfast or having unpasteurised milk straight from the herd of cows next door, it doesn’t get more wholesome than that.
Conveniently positioned a stones throw away from the groovy going’s on of Bruton life and so easy to hop in the car to get back to city life within two hours. You will leave your stay here dreaming of the cobbled courtyard, luscious green surroundings and magical atmosphere that the Long House brings with it.