Kim and Barry look forward to welcoming you to our home, which provides an excellent base to explore the local Countryside with its wealth of attractions.
Based in the beautiful village of West Camel, we are a converted barn set at the end of a quiet courtyard. The house boasts many original features, particularly the substantial oak beams in the guest bedrooms and in the double height Grand Hall, where you will have breakfast. The River Cam runs through the back garden and the guest rooms are on the ground floor with double doors leading directly into the garden.
Families, couples, small groups and solo travellers are all welcome.
Nearby Points of Interest
Glastonbury (9.3 mi) is so much more than the name attached to a festival. It is a unique place with quirky shops & cafes, surrounded by beautiful countryside.
Fleet Air Arm Museum (1.7 mi). Europe's Largest Naval Aviation Collection is held at Yeovilton's Fleet Air Arm Museum. There are regular exhibitions and events, so check out the calendar on the website for more details.
Haynes Motor Museum (2 mi). The UK's largest exhibition of the greatest cars from around the world with over 400 amazing cars and bikes from nostalgic classics of the 50s and 60s, glorious Bentleys and Rolls Royces, to exciting super cars like the Jaguar XJ220.
National Trust (3 mi). There are a number of National Trust sites within easy reach of West Camel. The closest is Lytes Cary Manor, just 3 miles away.
English Heritage (7 mi) English Heritage have a number of sites and events near West Camel. The closest is Sherborne Castle, just 7 miles away.
The Leland Trail (0 mi). A route through the rolling hills of Somerset from near Stourhead to near Stoke-sub-Hamdon following the route traversed by John Leland during his 16th century survey of Britain. It connects with the Liberty Trail at Ham Hill.
From historic villages to National Trust, Golf Clubs and other places of interest. There really is something for everyone whether you want to walk, cycle or drive.
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This page was last updated: 06 April 2014