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Lullington House Bed & Breakfast
Lullington
Frome
Somerset

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Richard & Nicola welcome you to Lullington House. The house is a former Victorian rectory set in a rural quintessentially English village. The house stands in ten acres of paddocks, woodland and well maintained mature garden, enjoying both privacy and seclusion, which is home to an abundance of birds and wildlife. Our spacious bedrooms are elegantly furnished and graced with four-poster beds, all complemented with sumptuous soft furnishings and large en-suite bathrooms.

For the walkers amongst you, the Macmillan Way passes through the centre of the village. More walks can be found in Orchardleigh Estate with its twenty-three acre lake, which is home to a large variety of aquatic birds and other wildlife. A boathouse can be seen at the near end and at the far, picturesque church is found standing on its own island. Back in our garden, you could take a brief stroll around our private wood.

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Nearest Train Station: Frome
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Ratings/Awards: AA 5 Diamonds
Number of Rooms: 3
Number Ensuite: 3

Price per Room:

Double: From 80
Four Poster: From 100
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No Smoking Rooms
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