Ansford Park Cottage, Bed and Breakfast Castle Cary

  • Ansford Park Cottage, Maggs Lane, Castle Cary, Somerset BA7 7JJ, UK
  • 01963 351066
  • Single Occupancy £70
    Double Occupancy £85

Ansford Park Cottage is set in the beautiful and peaceful Somerset countryside, this late nineteenth century Cottage is home to architect Nigel Begg and his wife Sue.

The cottage has been extended taking full advantage of the far reaching views of open countryside across to the Mendips.

There are two rooms; a double bedded room with en-suite shower room and a twin bedded room with private bathroom. Both rooms have tea and coffee making facilities with homemade biscuits and every comfort you could wish for, crisp cotton bed linen, books, guides and digital TV. WiFi broadband is available. The rooms can be booked separately or together (depending on availability).

For breakfast eggs are available from their own hens, freshly baked bread and the best local produce that can be found. An evening meal can be provided or a reservation made at one of the many nearby pubs and restaurants. Special dietary needs can be catered for with prior notice.

Well behaved dogs welcome by arrangement.

£85 per room (£70 single occupancy)
Prices include breakfast.

Ansford Park Cottage is not far from Bruton where you will find the new international Art Gallery -Hauser and Wirith at Durslade Farm.

The market towns of Shepton Mallet, Frome and the Saxon town of Bruton are nearby, with the Royal Bath and West Show Ground 5 minutes away. Longleat House and Safari Park and Stourhead House and Gardens are just a short drive away. The Fleet Air Arm Museum of Europe’s largest naval aviation collection is 8 miles and Haynes International Motor Museum is 4 miles. Sherborne with its Abbey and Castle is about a 12 mile drive.

20 minutes in the other direction will take you to Wells, the smallest Cathedral city in England, with Wookey Hole and Cheddar Caves nearby.

The ancient Abbey town of Glastonbury with, the Chalice Well, Tor and Abbey are all worth a visit, and Clarks Village shopping outlet at Street is also a very popular destination.

Bath, famous for some of the finest architectural sights such as the Roman Baths and Pump Room, is only 25 miles away, as is Bristol with its many attractions including the Clifton Suspension Bridge and the SS Great Britain.

Salisbury is slightly further with its Cathedral, Old Sarum Castle and the Wilton Shopping Village.

Pets Allowed | Evening Meals | Children Welcome | Parking | TV | Internet Access /Wi Fi | Garden/Seating Area | Tea / Coffee Making Facilities | En-Suite