Guest InformationBuilt in the 14th Century, six generations of the family have lived and worked at Manor Farm.
About the farm and family
Built in the 14th Century, six generations of Kay’s family have lived and worked at Manor Farm. It’s still a working farm with a range of livestock including sheep, chickens and Rambler and Tess the farm dogs. If you want to know more about the farm, we can show you around – just ask.
The owners, Kay and Paul, know the area like the back of their hands and are happy to share that information with you. They’re friendly, helpful and fun to talk to, simply a font of knowledge about places to visit and things to do in the area. Ask them about all things local – from public transport to the best pubs around and you’ll have a guest experience second to none.
So expect a warm welcome (you’ll feel like part of the family) as well as a hearty, wholesome breakfast.
£75 – £85 Double
per night per room
Book for 3 nights and get a 10% discount
Check in/check out
Check-in is from 3.30pm unless by prior arrangement.
Expect a warm welcome from Kay or Paul (or maybe both) and a hot cup of tea or coffee on arrival. When you are feeling fully refreshed, they will show you to your room and give you a quick tour of the guest areas of the house.
Check-out is 10.00am
Unfortunately, due to the age and layout of the building, Manor Farm B&B may not be suitable for guests who have limited mobility. There are a few steps up and down throughout (including on the ground floor) and the bedrooms are accessed via a steep, spiral staircase. If you have any questions at all, please get in touch.
There is a shared guest lounge (The Cheese Room) and breakfast room.
Each bedroom has:
- TV with Freeview
- Tea/coffee making facilities with fresh milk (no little plastic pots of UHT milk here).
- A cot and a spare bed are available on request for a small extra fee.
NB: We have one cot and two single beds, so unfortunately we can’t offer these in both rooms at the same time.
WiFi is available, however due to the thickness of the walls here it is not always 100% reliable. We are hoping to improve this soon. Watch this space!
Secure bike storage is available. So if you’re planning some cycling adventures whilst you’re here, your bikes will be safe.
Laundry – if you are touring the area and arrive with some washing, Kay can do this for you for a small charge.
Our delicious farmhouse breakfast will set you up for the day to go exploring this beautiful area. It is served in the breakfast room, or outside in the garden during the summer months if you prefer.
The ingredients are sourced locally, with lots of fresh fruit, toast, jam and cereals to go along with the cooked breakfast. You’ll find a vast selection to choose from:
- Orange juice or fresh, handmade apple juice from nearby Somerset Orchard Garden
- Sausages and bacon is from G Mitchard and Sons where all meat is sourced from local Mendip farms.
- Eggs fresh from the farm – providing The Girls are on form!
- Fruit is from the local farm shop – the selection varies depending on what’s in season.
- Bread is supplied by the local baker.
- Tea, coffee and fruit teas
Please discuss any special dietary requirements with Kay. She’s very happy to adapt to suit your tastes. We want everyone to have the best time when they stay at Manor Farm B&B – that includes starting your day with a full stomach.