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BOOKING LATEST
(updated 10/08/2016):

Current Brewhouse availability 2016:
We are only taking bookings from September 29th onwards


Your own country cottage. For less than the price of a decent hotel room...

The Brewhouse is the self-contained annex to Glebe House, in the village of Great Elm in Somerset, and dates from the C17th.
The Brewhouse offers a spacious living room, mezzanine bedroom with double bed, hallway, kitchen, bathroom, and front & back entrances. The total floor area is approx 55 sq metres.
You also have your own vine-shaded patio, and french windows lead from the living room into a sheltered yard for sitting and sunbathing on summer afternoons.
There is wi-fi, a flat-screen TV, and a wood-burning stove as well as central heating.
The galley kitchen has an oven and hob, fridge & sink.
The bathroom has a power shower over the bath and heated towel rail, and there is also a clothes washing machine for those staying longer.

Great Elm is 17 miles south of Bath, 3 miles from Frome, and within striking distance of
Longleat, Bristol, Salisbury Plain, the Somerset Levels, the cathedral city of Wells, shopping in Street Factory Village and Shepton Mallet, Bruton and Wincanton Racecourse.
Hauser & Wirth, the new super gallery in Bruton, is 11 miles to the south, and Babington House, the west country branch of the Soho House empire, is only 2.5 miles away (25 mins on foot, 15 mins by bike).
Frome is well-equipped with supermarkets and off-beat, artisan shops and galleries.

Glebe House used to be the Rectory and sits in three acres of garden. In and around the village there is excellent walking, and a pedestrian and cycle track to the nearby town of Radstock which follows a disused railway.
It is possible using the cycle track to ride right into the middle of Bath from The Brewhouse, a total of about 17 miles, virtually without encountering traffic and without any crippling climbs - only 3 or 4 miles of the route are on public roads, the rest uses converted railway lines and passes through 2 spectacular tunnels in the outskirts of Bath. A reviving lunch in Bath and the return journey makes for a fine day out.