Millbatch Farm


59 st marys road Meare, Glastonbury, BA6 9SR

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About the hotel

A 17th century period farmhouse in the village of meare. Three miles from Glastonbury and 6 miles from Wells cathedral. Perfect location if your visiting Glastonbury,Wells, Cheddar the mendips and surrounding area.

Accommodation is up to a luxury standard with en-suite availability and spacious rooms. All food supplies are sourced either fresh from the farm or local suppliers such as F Griffiths & Sons and are always to the best local somerset quality.

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Showing Sunday 29 November 2015 to Monday 30 November 2015

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Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout , Disabled Facilities
Car parking available onsite
In room entertainment
In room facilities
Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room
Disabled Access Public Areas , Disabled Access Bedrooms , Disabled toilets on ground floor , Wheelchair Access , Wheelchair Access To Reception , Wheelchair Access To Restaurant , Wheelchair Access To Disabled Car Parking Spaces

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From 17:00 hours
Until 10:30 hours
Important information
10/06/2011 to 24/06/2016 - The farm will levy a 3% service charge for all card payments due to bank charges. The price shown is based on the occupancy and dates you have searched for. Prices and availability are subject to change based on the arrival date, number of nights and occupancy searched for. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
Pets are not allowed

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Very Good

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87% would recommend it to a friend


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  • janet h

  • November 2015

The phone number shown on the booking details is on answerphone and refers you to a mobile number.

We rang to tell the owner that we would be late arriving and she seemed to know nothing about our booking. We arrived in the pitch dark, saw a number on the door to ring, got through to the owner who sounded a bit annoyed that we had contacted her. Peered again at the note and saw a faint number for the housekeeper who arrived to let us in. He asked us to remove our shoes in the lobby to save the carpets. So hopped around on one leg trying to do this, why not provide a chair for the purpose. Shown through the nice warm house to our really chilly room, tried turning the heating up - no joy, the radiator was lukewarm despite being on full. The housekeeper offered us extra bedding but it was uncomfortably cold to sit in so the next day he did bleed the radiator which helped a bit. Nice size room, no net curtains so had to keep the curtains closed and the en-suite bathroom had the worlds noisiest fan and clunky noisy door. No shaver light so couldn't even avoid the noise for night time visits to the loo. We also got the noise from the main bathroom next to it. Breakfast was fine and the housekeeper Davie was very pleasant and helpful but it was strange as he did not live there and there was no sign of the owner who did not appear to live there so most of the time the guests are the only ones there. And most importantly of all, we were expecting a warm and welcoming working farmhouse in the country and what we got was a big house surrounded by tarmac on a busy road.

  • Kenneth Thorogood

  • September 2015

A quick stop over...

Lovely room, very clean and perfect facilities.

Bed was very comfortable. Our hosts were very pleasant and helpfull. Very quiet, which is what we wanted....

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