Although it is close to the town centre, the site enjoys a certain tranquillity and a walled courtyard setting with ample outside seating and a purpose-built 'al fresco' dining area.
We believe we have the best of both worlds, the peace of the countryside yet the advantage of being in the midst of all that Glastonbury offers.
Two of our cottages can be dated to the Georgian period and the other two from Victorian times. The latter were built by the owner’s great-grandmother’s brother, Jacob Marchant, in 1865 and are known as Marchant's Buildings.
Glastonbury has a unique and diverse culture, artistic, esoteric, eccentric as well a typical English market town atmosphere. Glastonbury offers a range of pubs, restaurants and attractions for people of all ages.