14th century farmhouse on a working farm

14th Century farmhouse on a working farm in Somerset. With far reaching views over the beautiful Mendip Hills.

An ideal base for touring Bath, Wells, Cheddar Gorge, a short drive to the Royal Bath and West Showground.

The Farm

History of the house

Things to do

Manor Farm has always been and still is a working farm. We have a range of live stock including cattle, sheep, chickens and of course Rambler the farm dog.

Manor Farm has been in our family for 6 generations. It was built in the 14th Century. We're excited to open up and  share what has been our family home for decades and hope you feel just as welcome.

From the ancient Roman city of Bath to the rolling hills of the Mendips and Cheddar Gorge, Manor Farm is your perfect base for exploring the many wonders that Somerset has to offer.  You're only a short drive from Glastonbury Tor and a stones throw from the picturesque city of Wells.


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Arrival and departure times


Check-in is from 3.30pm

unless by prior arrangement


Check-out is 10.30am



We have two beautiful rooms, Lapwing and Lark, each with king sized beds and both en-suite, TV with Freeview and Tea and Coffee making facilities.


Cot plus a spare bed on request at a small extra fee.



Locally sourced where possible.


We offer a hearty breakfast, just right to set you up for the day which includes: fruit juice, cereals, yogurt, fruit, sausages, smoked bacon, eggs, mushrooms, tomatoes , baked beans, and toast.


Plus tea or freshly brewed Coffee.


Please do let us know of any dietary requirements you might have so we can make sure your breakfast is perfect.



£75 - £85 Double

per night per room

includes breakfast


Book for 3 nights and get a 10% discount



Find Us

Manor Farm





By Phone

Contact Kay Trippick


Manor Farm: 01761 241588

Mobile: 07843 446454

By Phone

Contact Kay Trippick


Manor Farm: 01761 241588

Mobile: 07843 446454


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