Offering guests the chance to unwind and relax in a peaceful environment, The Old Dairy at Bishops Barton has stunning views of the Quantock and Blackdown Hills. Four beautiful B&B rooms are located in the newly converted barn. All the charm and character of the original 19th century stone building has been retained while modern and luxury design features have been incorporated. Families can also enjoy their stay as the main farmhouse has a spacious family room that sleeps up to four. Bishops Barton acts a great base for exploring the south west. The quaint village of Greenham lies on the Somerset/Devon border and it links up with the National Cycling Route 3 and the West Country Way. Wellington and Jcts 26 and 27 of the M5 are only ten minutes away.
Situated in the courtyard, across from the Victorian farmhouse, are four uniquely styled rooms. Each has its own private entrance, luxury en-suite bathroom, flat screen Freeview TV, tea/coffee facilities, free Wi-Fi, furniture and full length mirror. Comfort is guaranteed with a quality British-made mattress, duck down duvet and pillows, Egyptian cotton bed linen and thermostatic control of the heating. A few other highlights include: Room 4’s magnificent wrought iron, king size four poster bed, Room 3’s en-suite bathroom with large walk in shower and ‘His and Hers’ sinks, and Room 2’s white wood furniture made by the local carpenter.
Across the courtyard is the breakfast room and it’s in the oldest part of the house which is believed to date back to the mid 1600s. Start the day right with a full English breakfast (vegetarian sausages available), smoked salmon, fresh fruit, toast and a selection of cereals.