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You will want to stay our minimum of two nights over the weekend to relax and restore yourself fully.  

As we have only four beautiful rooms, we kindly request that full payment is made on booking to secure your room. Our two-people supplement for our double rooms is 50%.

If you would like to enjoy our natural healthy food during the stay, we are happy to arrange pre-ordered full board at £35 a day, from Wednesday – Sunday lunchtime.

A light breakfast is included in your room booking.

Check in between 2pm and 6pm (please let us know when to expect you so we can greet you properly.) We would be grateful if you could check out by 11am to enable us to prepare for our next guest, unless previously agreed.

We also have massage and other natural healing treatments available if required. Pre-booking is hugely appreciated.

 
 

Getting Here

Wincanton lies off the A303 road and is easily accessible from London and the East via the M3 and A303 from the North via the M4 and M5 and from the West via the A303.

There is Free overnight parking in all of the Wincanton car parks and they are all within walking distance,

Church Fields BA9 9AJ

Carrington Way BA9 9JB

Memorial Hall BA9 9JX

Trains run hourly from London Waterloo to Templecombe or London Paddington to Castle Cary, both just 10 minutes or so away. We are happy to organise a taxi to pick you up from either station. Berry’s Coaches from Hammersmith to Wincanton deliver you a short 5 minute walk from us. We have free parking nearby, which can be arranged happily with advance notice.

For more information go to our VISIT section.

 

Tourist attractions

King Alfred’s Tower

King Alfred's Tower, also known as The Folly of King Alfred the Great or Stourton Tower, is a folly tower. It is in the parish of Brewham in the English county of Somerset, 6.3 miles away from Wincanton. The Tower was built as part of the Stourhead estate and landscape. The tower stands on Kingsettle Hill and belongs to the National Trust. It is designated as a grade I listed building and stands 51 metres high, where the views from the top are breath taking. After checking out the tower, spend time exploring the stunning woodland area that surrounds the place. Enjoying all the beauty nature has to offer.

National trust Stour head Gardens

Stourhead is a beautiful scenic 1,072-hectare (2,650-acre) estate at the source of the River Stour in the southwest of the English county of Wiltshire. The estate is about 9.3 miles from Wincanton and includes a Palladian Mansion, the village of Stourton, gardens, farmland, and woodland. Stourhead has been part-owned by the National Trust since 1946. It is well known for its spectacular beauty, stunning buildings and peaceful walks.

Cadbury Castle

A hill fort associated with the legends of King Arthur. South Cadbury Castle stands 150 metres above sea level and the hill is ringed by four terraced earthworks ditches and banks. South Cadbury is one of several sites proposed as the location of Arthur's capital, Camelot. Unfortunately there is no castle… But the pretty walks and mesmerizing views make up for it. Cadbury Castle is only 7.6 miles away from Wincanton.

“There’s a lot to do in the city. But there is a lot to feel in the countryside.”
— Samantha Stocker-Harding