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Parsnips B&B, Glastonbury, Somerset

Parsnips B&B
99 Bere Lane

BA6 8BE | View map

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Parsnips B&B is conveniently situated adjoining the grounds of Glastonbury Abbey on the corner of Bere Lane and Chilkwell Street. It is opposite the Rural Life Museum and within a stoneís throw of Chalice Well, Glastonbury Tor and the Town Centre with its variety of intriguing shops, restaurants and places of interest. On arrival guests will receive a very warm welcome and complimentary afternoon tea/coffee.

At Parsnips B&B we have very high expectations of quality and standards and our accommodation and breakfasts reflects this. This is an old property that has been completely extended & refurbished throughout. All beds are fully sprung and adorned with Egyptian cotton sheets and pillow cases. All rooms are ensuite and have tea & coffee making facilities, internet access & TV/DVD. We adjoin the grounds of the Abbey ruins, are opposite the Rural Life Museum and within very close proximity of Chalice Well, the Tor & Town Centre


Number of Rooms: 3
Number Ensuite: 3

Price per Room:

Double: £70
Twin: £70
Single: £55
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Special Diets Catered For -Notice required
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year
TV in Rooms
Garden - and Guest Lounge

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