Reviews - Burnthouse Farm Bed and Breakfast


Burnthouse Farm, Yarrow Road,, Highbrdge, TA9 4LR

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Very Good

All reviews (6)

83% would recommend it to a friend


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  • Amy K

  • June 2015

Burnthouse Farm Bed and Breakfast

We stayed in a beautiful, recently converted stable cottage.

The hosts made us very welcome and couldn't have done any more during our short stay. The setting was idyllic with views of horses from the kitchen window. The hosts recommended a place for food but fortunately they'd stopped serving so we spent the evening at The Packhorse Inn enjoying the atmosphere and the gorgeously fresh food that we had. Great location for seaside strolls (after a short car journey) or a relaxing visit to Glastonbury. Would highly recommend accommodation to anyone. Perfect retreat.

  • Kirk D

  • February 2015

Large comfortable room.

Nice breakfast. Will stay here again.

  • stefan g

  • August 2014

The accomodation was excellent - real farmhouse experience!


  • August 2014

reception very warm


  • D McKay

  • July 2014

Did not live up to expectations!

This property is self classified as 4star B&B.

The hosts were very welcoming when we arrived and I had high hopes. However, on being shown to our room, I was disappointed to find very tatty mis-matched cheap furniture, non-matching bedlinen, worn towels, tv remote held together with tape, cobwebs and spiders in the corners, dirty rotten windowframes desperately in need of a coat of paint.. The wardrobe was full of spare bedding as were the drawers - no room to hang anything. Not a good start but as we were only there for one night I was prepared to overlook. On going down for breakfast we found ourselves on a table with 6 others and a baby. The table was covered in a plastic tablecloth clipped down to disguise the fact that it was a piece of hardboard, presumably to make the table bigger. An assortment of self service cereals was offered, most in the manufacturers boxes, plus a bowl of tinned grapefruit, nothing else, not even yoghurt. Coffee was in a jug alongside the cereal which we had to go and get ourselves - it ran out and we had to ask for more. There was a jug of orange juice on the table. The 'full english' breakfast consisted of a fried egg, rasher of bacon, third of a tomato, couple of mushrooms and two sausages. Toast, butter and jam were provided also. I would not give this accommodation more than 2-3 stars at most and assume they thought they deserved more as there were stables and a swimming pool in the garden which was open between 4 and 6pm. They also had 3 dogs which seemed to spend a lot of time in the kitchen. The hosts themselves were very friendly and welcoming and obviously considered they were doing a good job. However, when I told her where we had been for our evening meal, she said she wouldn't go there. This was an overnight stop on our journey down to Cornwall

In my opinion, not up to standard and expensive for what it was.

  • Nichola w

  • May 2014

Great Overnighter

We stayed in a large room with a king sized bed and a single for our son.

The room was clean and the beds were extremely comfortable There was a small ensuite, perfectly adequate. Breakfast was cooked to order in the morning. We enjoyed our stay along with a tasty meal in the local pub.