Sarah has a peaceful 17th-century stone house, with a pretty walled cottage garden and views to Alfred’s Tower and Longleat. Beams, flagstones and inglenook fireplaces have been sensitively restored; there’s a double in the eaves and a twin with its own sitting room where you can read and relax.
Breakfast on homemade and farmers’ market produce before exploring Stourhead’s landscaped gardens, Wells’ twice-weekly markets, Glastonbury’s eclectic shops. Sarah, engaging, well-travelled and a great cook, looks after you warmly.
Bring your horse or dog and explore the limestone hills and lakes of the Mendips, browse the piles of books, have a pot of tea and a plate of biscuits in the garden and admire the delicate blooms.