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B and Bs in Farrington Gurney

The Old Parsonage
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Farrington Gurney
Somerset

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Welcome to our beautiful 17th Century Grade 11* Listed house, situated off the A37 between Bath, Bristol and Wells on the edge of the Mendip Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The Old Parsonage is very conveniently placed for both the business traveler and tourist visiting the West Country. We can easily be reached by public transport and there is ample private off street parking.

The Old Parsonage was built in the 1680s and was owned by The Duchy of Cornwall for over 200 years. Rooms have an interesting collection of antique furniture and beautiful chandeliers combined with modern facilities including free WiFi, to make your stay very comfortable and relaxing.

Two rooms have luxurious four poster beds the third a beautifully carved French bed. Two have en-suites, one private. Guests have their own large sitting room and can enjoy a freshly cooked traditional English breakfast in the beautiful beamed dining room. We also run The Natural Beauty Clinic in the courtyard offering beauty treatments and a range of Organic beauty products.

Wonderful hospitality! Great breakfast, comfortable and clean room.
We hope to visit again soon. Wonderful home and perfect breakfast.
A lovely place and fantastic breakfast thank you!

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Number of Rooms: 3
Number Ensuite: 2 + 1 private bathroom

Price per Room:

Double: 65
Single: From 40
Four Poster: 70
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