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Five secluded, peaceful rural cottages with lovely log fires in three and a half acres of land, close to historic Bath, Wells, Glastonbury and Bristol. Enjoy relaxing in the hot tub and sauna. Includes free WiFi and gym.

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Rooms: 1 Unit(Double), 1 Unit(Double+Single), 3 Units(Double+Twin)

From £77

Meals: Can supply Breakfast/Supper Boxes (Bookable in Advance). Pub 1 Mile
Open: All Year Round
Address: Greyfield Farm, The Gug, High littleton, Somerset, BS39 6YQ
reviewed by greentraveller

Why we've chosen Greyfield Farm Cottages, Bath, Somerset, England

Greyfield Farm, nestling in a secluded, peaceful 3.5 acre setting overlooking the Mendips, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, is fantastic for visiting the South West.

Comprising five delightful stone cottages each one unique, spacious, double glazed, centrally heated, fully equipped, comfortably furnished with TV/DVD/Video, log fires (except Mendip Magic) and Wi-Fi Internet Access. On-site there is a fabulous Sauna, Hot Tub, Mini Gym & Barbeque Hut.

Luxurious and comfortable feather and down duvets & pillows (synthetic ones available), quality linen and towels provided.

Each cottage has its own garden/patio area for having breakfast or enjoying that relaxing late afternoon drink.

See the great historic local sites Georgian Bath, Mercantile Bristol & Ecclesiastical Wells, Glastonbury (Arthurian Avalon. the ruins of the great abbey and the tor), Medieval and picturesque Market Towns (Frome & Bradford-upon-Avon). Local Castles & Historic Houses (Nunny, Farley Hungerford, Dyrham Park, Longleat, Tynsfield & Montacute House). Neolithic Sites with our local stone circle at Stanton Drew, the caves at Cheddar, West Kennet Long Barrow, Silbury Hill, Avebury & Stonehenge.

Walk on the Mendip Hills, explore the local ancient Woodland, view the Somerset Levels and visit Capability Brown’s Stourhead.

The local market towns (Frome, Glastonbury, Bradford-upon-Avon) along with Bath, Bristol & Wells are full of character. There are many wonderful, small and independent shops, fairs & markets - uncover those hidden treasures, find a bargain and try some of the tasty fresh & local produce.

Afterwards pamper yourself at the world renowned Thermae Spa in Bath or come back to the farm and make use of the onsite Hot Tub & Sauna.

Flexible booking with Short Breaks available all year round.

[img_assist|nid=5480|title=|desc=Travel writer Alison Thompson|link=none|align=left|width=75|height=100]Reviewed by Alison Thompson:

"It really is a tranquil spot for a relaxed family reunion or hen party this coming year – organised guests can book a number of cottages, benefit from the spa and gym facilities then congregate for a hearty winter BBQ in the fairytale Gingerbread house!"

Read Alison Thompson's full review of Greyfield Farm Cottages

Why is this a greener holiday?

To truly minimise the environmental impact, guests are encouraged to arrive by public transport: the nearest train station is Bath Spa. From there, it’s a 15 – 20 minute taxi ride or take bus 179 (32min) or 178 (61min) to Methodist Church in High Street. Once at the village turn up Greyfield Road (Opposite Dandos Stores) and follow the road around to the right, at the end of the road (just before it turns down into Gores Park) turn right up the hill (into the Gug) and Greyfield farm is the third entrance on the right. Onsite the owners have taken a number of green measures to reduce the environmental impact of their tourism business, earning Gold from the GTBS.

Top Eco Features at Greyfield Farm

  • Solar panels on the farmhouse roof

  • Recycled paper products used

  • Supports businesses in the area

  • Empowers guests to be socially responsible

  • Awarded Gold in the Green Tourism Business Scheme



Greyfield Farm Cottages, Bath, Somerset, England
Nearest train station: Bath Spa

Directions from station:
By Taxi - Taxi to High Littleton on A39 (15-20min) By Bus - 179 (32min) or 178 (61min) to Methodist Church in High Street Once you reach the village turn up Greyfield Road (Opposite Dandos Stores) and follow the road around to the right, at the end of the road (just before it turns down into Gores Park) turn right up the hill (into the Gug) and greyfield farm is the third enterance on the right.

Plan your journey by train

Buy rail tickets online and then collect them at any main station.
Bookings usually open 10-12 weeks before your date of travel.

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