Our Accommodation

Court Farm has been lovingly refurbished with care to preserve the authentic characteristics of a Somerset farm, juxtaposed with chic modern touches.  Throughout is an interesting mix of eclectic antiques and rustic furnishings all perfectly complimenting the rural setting and modernised rooms. The style is very much vintage (think aged leather as opposed to shabby chic), original artworks and a collection of antique furniture.

The boutique style cottages can accommodate groups from 2 – 14 people for short romantic breaks or longer family holidays. The farm also boasts a huge, dramatic vaulted indoor barn that provides the ideal space for family get-togethers, parties and larger events.

The accommodation options are as follows:

The Cottage

Two large double bedrooms with luxurious ensuites – sleeps 4/6

The Cider Barn

One large double bedroom with luxurious ensuite – sleeps 2/4

The Cow Byre

One large double bedroom with luxurious ensuite – sleeps 2

The Dairy

One large double bedroom with luxurious ensuite – sleeps 2

All Court Farm accommodation offers luxurious Egyptian cotton linen, big comfy beds, soft creamy towels and spa style bathrobes, with beautifully scented bathroom products.

All rooms boast the latest in technology with free Wi-Fi and Smart TVs for catching up on the latest game or watching a movie.  Sky TV is available in The Cottage and entertaining barn.

All rooms overlook, or have access to a private courtyard ideal for croquet, quiet reading or al fresco dining and sundowners around the BBQ.

For the animal lovers (and the kids!), the grounds of Court Farm are home to an eclectic array of happy farm animals; you can pat the miniature ponies or feed the ducks on the pond.

And if you’re here in the harvest season, the gardens at Court Farm are blooming with plums, figs and pears, and the orchard laden with crunchy apples… perfect for seasonal picking and adding to your cheese boards or puddings!

Baby cots and high chairs together with a range of indoor toys are available, just ask.