A 17th century organic smallholding set in the middle of its own land, it is surrounded by undulating countryside: a stunning location, with long views to the tiny Domesday village of Cloford.
Tucked away from all traffic at the end of a long, private lane, partially sheltered by mature trees, a low walled garden, orchard and soft fruit cage, it is a quiet spot. A place where you can reflect, read, relax and absorb the history of some of the fascinating places you may visit during your stay.
Sensitively restored to make a pretty family house, it has warm, spacious, comfortable rooms with original beams and flagstones floors.
Sarah, well travelled, treats her guests as part of the family and enjoys sharing a special house.
Birds, pheasants, badgers, deer, squirrels abound and at night, with little light pollution, you can see stars into the forever! You may even hear the tawny owls or see the woodpeckers and buzzards.
It is a hidden, unspoilt Somerset jewel, which time seems to have forgotten. The atmosphere is one of welcome, once smitten you will return again and again!
The west wing has its own garden entrance and parking: plus a private sitting room with a double/twin bedroom and shower upstairs. The top floor is for the sole use of guests and has two double rooms and a private bathroom.
If both rooms are let (to members of the same party only) it becomes a shared bathroom. One large, light bedroom has views across the countryside towards Longleat and Alfred’s Tower: the other charming bedroom looks across the garden and land around the house.
Twin Room/Private Sitting Room
Spacious, with an en suite shower and its own private sitting room with TV/DVD.
Pretty Beamed Room
This room has rural views over the garden and fields to the hills beyond.
A welcoming room with an open fire and an original flagstone floor with a wealth of beams for the use of guests after a long days sight seeing or before going out to dinner.
Breakfast is a feast of locally sourced and organic produce with an excellent selection of fruit from the garden in season and homemade jams and marmalade.
Broadgrove B&B welcomes dogs and horses too. There is generally a 2 night minimum stay at weekends in the summer season.
Broadgrove House B&B
Telephone 01373 836 296
Mobile 07775 918388
Detailed directions to Broadgrove House are given on booking.