Tudor Manor House
Chateau with 11 bedrooms and 11 bathrooms in Somerset, England
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From £9,448 per week
Chateau to rent in Somerset, England
Chateau overview - owner's description
Tudor Manor House is a Grade II listed building, built by the Monks of Glastonbury in 1489. It still retains its grandeur and many period features, including a Tudor fireplace.
Tudor Manor House is a Grade II listed building, built by the Monks of Glastonbury in 1489. It still retains its grandeur and many period features, including a Tudor fireplace, chandeliered ceilings and four-poster beds.It is surrounded by 20 acres of informal gardens and grounds and provides magnificent views across the Somerset Levels towards the Mendip Hills. This is an amazing venue and setting available for private hire, enabling family and friends to gather together.
The house is only rented for exclusive use. It is a unique medieval manor noted for its warmth and hospitality. Guests will be greeted in the magnificent great hall where in the winter a log fire provides a warm welcome, and in the summer extensive lawns prove a delightful setting for a drinks reception.
Tudor Manor House offers four large reception rooms comprising of The Great Hall with comfortable leather Chesterfields and large open fire, Georgian dining room with floor to ceiling windows offering calming views of the Somerset Levels, smaller Abbott's Suite room used either as a second dining area or lounge and bar area with woodburner.
The house offers a fully equipped kitchen with two large gas ranges, two large commercial fridges, dishwasher facilities, microwaves and sufficient crockery, cutlery and glassware is provided.
There are 11 elegant double bedrooms all individually decorated and furnished to provide a very comfortable and peaceful haven, accommodating a maximum sleeping capacity of twenty two guests. All have en-suite facilities from roll top baths to large walk in double showers. High quality bed linen and towels are provided.
From every window there are magnificent uninterrupted views across the rolling Somerset countryside and peace and tranquillity that is hard to find in today's busy world.
Guests can enjoy a game of croquet on the lawn or a stroll around the grounds, and for the less energetic you may simply relax under the magnificent cedar trees with a glass of cold wine soaking up the atmosphere. Extensive lawns provide a delightful setting for a drinks reception before sitting down to a sumptuous dinner.
Tudor Manor House is situated in a small village 7 miles east of J23 of the M5. It is just five miles from Glastonbury and 10 miles from the beaches of Burnham on Sea. The house is within walking distance of a Nature Reserve, a designated area of outstanding beauty, and a short drive from Cheddar and Wells.
The nearest airport is Bristol International and the closest train stations are Bridgwater and Castle Cary.
The most popular trips out from the house include Glastonbury and Wells, both close to the house, and Cheddar Gorge, Wookey Hole and Burnham on Sea, a longer but still short drive away. The North Somerset and Devon coasts are half an hour from the house, with some glorious sandy beaches and cliff-top walks. It takes around an hour to drive to Bath or Bristol. Guests can also visit the Fleet Air Arm museum at Yeovilton and go hill-walking on the Quantocks and Polden Hills.
-We do not accept bookings for Hen and Stag parties.
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Prices and availability
Updated 20 August 2017
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Changeover days and minimum stays
- 3 June 2017 - 1 June 2018: the minimum stay is 2 nights.
Refundable Breakage Deposit
£1,000.00 per booking, paid locally
11 bedrooms, Sleeps 22
11 bathrooms including 11 en suites
Internet / WiFi
Central heating, Open fire, Car hire optional