The Stable Yard
The original horse yard, built of honey-coloured Hadspen stone, has been transformed into sophisticated guest accommodation while retaining characteristics harking back to its equestrian past.
The creative luxury of these rooms celebrates their heritage as horse boxes. Hay mangers sit beautifully next to king size beds and stalls with wood-burning stoves and tie-rings, with luxury en suite bathrooms. Hengroen and Llamrei were two of King Arthur’s horses: their stables occupy the ground floor, while their Farrier and Groom lived in equally appointed lofts on the first floor.
from £500 per room
Hidden above our Stable Rooms live our serenely white Stable Lofts spaces. Stay in Farrier's or Groom's and enjoy super king size beds, wood-burning stoves, luxury en suite facilities, and views over the Stable Yard or hotel Kitchen Garden.
Clock house Rooms
In the 18th century, this was conceived as a coach house. It now houses four individual bedrooms – two doubles and two twins – luxury en suite bathrooms, complimentary mini larders and charming views. These can be booked individually, or as one property for groups wishing for some time together. Ground-floor rooms have direct access to the spa.
Hayloft & Woolsack
These rooms have been converted from 18th-century farm buildings storing hay and wool (the latter was the source of Somerset’s wealth until American cotton destroyed the market). They can be combined to offer a family suite. The Hayloft offers a king size bed on its own mezzanine floor with a spacious sitting room, wood-burning stove and complimentary mini larder. The Woolsack sports twin beds and luxury shower room. Both enjoy a private terrace.
from £550 per room
The charmingly elevated Georgian Granary has been converted into a romantic hideaway with a futon-style king size bed, exposed stone walls and snug shower room concealed beneath the granary floor.
from £480 per room