Jericho Bed & Breakfast
Jericho B&B is the perfect choice if you want a rural retreat thatís special, stylish and comfortable with your own private space. Our quality bed and breakfast, has rooms around a courtyard providing tranquility, seclusion and luxury. We are on hand to help if you need us but will leave you to enjoy your stay with your own entrance and key. The spacious bedroom and sitting room have painted panelling, solid oak floors and are furnished with simple contemporary and Georgian furniture. The hand made, super king-size bed, set between a pair of oak pilasters, has a pocket sprung mattress and fine cotton bed linen. A marble lined wetroom leads off the bedroom. Your private sitting/dining room, also next to your bedroom, has French windows opening out into the courtyard.
A selection of teas and coffee are provided as is TV and WiFi.
We are near Babington House Ė less than 5 minutes away. We are the ideal choice for House Members if Babington is full and you still want to enjoy House facilities. We are ideally placed if you are attending a wedding at Babington.
Jericho is situated in splendid isolation edged by woods and fields, with the Mendip landscape rolling south to Stourhead and Alfreds Tower. The nearby town of Frome, 5 miles by road and 4 by cyclepath, has been transformed over the last few years with its theatre, interesting shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants, artisan and farmersí markets. Frome Festival, in July, is recognised as an important community and professional arts event.
The historic and lovely village of Mells, connected with important artists and writers in the last century, is 3 miles from Jericho. Siegfried Sassoon, the war poet, is buried in the churchyard and work by Lutyens, Burne-Jones, Munnings and William Nicholson can be found in and around the church and village.
The cities of Bath and Wells and the pretty market towns of Frome and Bradford-on-Avon are within easy driving distance as are other attractions such as Longleat, Iford Manor and National Trust properties at Stourhead and Lacock.
The Colliers Way, part of the National Cycle Network lies on our northern boundary. Frome is a 4 mile ride east and Bath, a 13 mile ride to the North.
There are several good local restaurants and pubs in the area.
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This page was last updated: 03 September 2012