Burnells Gardens offers farmhouse style bed and breakfast accommodation in the picturesque Avill Valley between Dunster and Timberscombe. The B&B is pet-friendly and offers secure cycle storage for cyclists and also stabling for those who wish to bring their own horse. The lovely location makes this the ideal base for walkers, riders or for touring the beautiful South West. Exmoor is just a short drive away, as is the Somerset seaside resort of Minehead. The nearby village of Dunster and Minehead itself offer a variety of shops, restaurants and pubs. Book your stay online now.
Burnells Gardens bed and breakfast offers accommodation in comfortably furnished double bedrooms with a modern bathroom on the same landing. Both rooms are complete with digital tv and tea and coffee making facilities. A full cooked breakfast, made using our own eggs, is prepared on the Aga each morning. Special diets are happily catered for by arrangement.
The facilities include off-road parking, access to the farm and river walk, use of a chiminea or gas BBQ for barbecues either in the garden or by the river (picnic bench provided), seating areas by the river, fishing for trout in the river, stabling and grazing for your horses and we cater for dogs, including multiple dog-owning families. Specific facilities are available for your dog(s) to make your life as easy as possible
Exmoor's famous red deer are regular visitors to the farm and can frequently be seen by day sunning themselves on the hill behind the farmhouse. Our true speciality is making both you and your dog(s) welcome and facilities for the dogs include throws for the beds, non-spill water bowls, temporary I/d discs for use while you are here, a supply of picking up bags and a few treats to make the dogs feel welcome!
Please complete booking form or use the online booking service for latest availability.
From Dunster village, head for Timberscombe and just after you leave the 30 mph zone, take the next fork right into Knowle Lane. Stay on this lane for around 1.3 miles until you can clearly see a cream house on the right-hand side of the lane. It's as simple as that!