Beaconsfield Farm

Historic Guest House in Wells, Somerset

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Beaconsfield Farm, Wells

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Award winning 5 star period character country farmhouse in a peaceful rural setting surrounded by 4 acres in an area of outstanding natural beauty with views of Mendip Hills and Somerset Levels. Close to Wells, Glastonbury, Cheddar, Wookey Hole, Bath, and Weston-Super-Mare. All high quality invidually styled rooms.

Beaconsfield is a non-smoking guest house and regrettably I am unable to accept cards for payment - please pay by cheque or cash when checking out. Normal check in time is between 4 and 7pm unless otherwise requested. No dogs, except guide dogs.

Internet access and wi-fi available in the guest lounge.

 5 star rating

From: £65.00

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