Our spacious bed and breakfast accommodation caters for groups of up to 15 people, subject to availability.
We operate a non-smoking, ‘shoe-free’ house, so please feel free to bring your slippers to keep your toes warm. A sheltered smoking area is available in the garden.
We have a ‘come and go as you please’ policy and provide front door keys with all our rooms.
Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the house and gardens.
We offer a choice of 3 twins, 2 doubles or a family room with views of the Tor and over the Somerset Levels as far as the coast.
All rooms have their own bathroom with shower and are en-suite except for the first floor twin which has the large luxury bathroom with bath and separate shower. Our rooms are warm and comfortable, with tea and coffee making facilities plus that little extra which makes you feel at home.
Individual requirements can be accommodated by arrangement.
The ground floor inter-connecting twin rooms have disabled access and showering facilities.
The focal point of the house is the kitchen with its large dining table where discussions can last all morning.
We also have a guest lounge with sofas, an open fireplace, TV and small library.
For hungry pilgrims, a guest fridge with drinks and chocolate is always available in the hallway.
Extensive local information is on hand and original artwork by notable local artists is on display.
Gardens and ‘The Sanctuary’
Our beautiful gardens are always available, with a rock pool and garden seats scattered around for you to sit and relax with friends old or new, or quietly meditate.
Despite our proximity to Glastonbury centre, we are blessed with a quiet, tranquil location, making the gardens a wonderful place to just ‘be’.
Tucked away is the secret garden, great to sit and meditate or to process all you have learnt on your pilgrimage in Glastonbury.
The Sanctuary, a large Meditation Room within the gardens is available for individual or group meditation and is also used for individual and group therapy and healing sessions.
We have a smoking shelter, free from wind rain and snow all year, and a place where many guests like to just sit and read as it is generally in full sun.
More Pictures of the Pilgrims gardens here.