Laverley Farm Bed & Breakfast ideal for walkers & nature lovers
Laverley Farm B&B Glastonbury is our family home in West Pennard, which is approximately five miles from the mystical town of Glastonbury and Wells's magnificent Cathedral city. Our guest rooms provide quality bed and breakfast accommodation. Whether you want a base from where you can explore Somerset or are working in the locality and looking for somewhere to relax after a hard day, we want you to thoroughly enjoy your stay.
There are two beautiful rooms for guests with hospitality tray, lots of free parking, extensive gardens with a beehive. Start your day with a hearty breakfast made with local or homemade produce (where possible) including West Pennard honey, free range eggs from the neighbouring farm, Orchard Pig apple juice and local organic bacon and sausages. Most of these suppliers are within walking distance on routes through the beautiful and peaceful Pennard Hill.
There are an abundance of countryside walks around Laverley. Deer, buzzards, hare foxes and badgers are frequently seen. Guided walks are available on request with coffee and homemade cake served on your return. The routes vary in length and terrain, some of the loveliest crossing waterfalls and the extensive Withial Combe (parts of which are a local nature reserve).
Your hostess is a keen beekeeper with hives in the garden. Our own honey including comb honey is served at breakfast when the bees have produced well. In poorer years additional honey is sourced from local beekeepers including a Master Beekeeper in the village who has been teaching Debbie the craft.
The property is ideally situated to explore the towns of Glastonbury (including abbey), Wells (with its glorious cathedral), Shepton Mallet and Street with the Georgian city of Bath only 20 miles away. Local attractions include Longleat, Stourhead gardens, Cheddar Gorge, Wookey Hole caves, Street designer shopping outlet.
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This page was last updated: 18 December 2014