Brympton house

Historic Bed and Breakfast in Yeovil, Somerset

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Brympton house, Brympton Avenue
BA22 8TD

Brympton house, Yeovil

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Brympton House in the tiny hamlet of Brympton D’Evercy is a beautiful Grade 1 listed Stately Home set within the rolling hills of Somerset, just outside of the county town of Yeovil. It was described by Christopher Hussey in ‘Country Life’ as ‘the most beautiful house in England’ and contains a perfectly preserved medieval castle in the 33 acre grounds, which won the Christies Garden of the Year Award.

Brympton House is not a hotel but a stately home once owned by the Earls of Westmoreland. We do not offer hotel facilities but the chance to experience staying in probably the Grandest B and B in the country! There are 14 bedrooms – all of which are centrally heated and have a quirky character. Each bedroom has an en suite shower or ball and claw feet bath.

Within the medieval D’Evercy Tower there are 4 double en-suite rooms, 2 of which have beautiful views across to the Lady Fane Lake within the grounds. The bedrooms share a delightful guest sitting room with tea and coffee making facilities, SKY TV and plenty of comfortable chairs. As the rooms are accessed by a twisting medieval turret they are not suitable for guests with mobility problems.

The Rose and Cricket rooms are situated on the 2nd floor of the main house and so are not suitable for guests with mobility problems. The rooms are contained within the 1680 Restoration Wing and overlook either the orchards or the Lady Fane Lake. All of the bedrooms [and there are 4 family rooms, 1 small double and 3 medium doubles within this wing] share a delightful guest sitting room with tea and coffee making facilities, SKY TV and plenty of comfortable chairs.

The Fane Rooms are on the ground floor – but are not suitable for guests with disabilities as they are accessed by 5 steps – are part of the medieval home Farm complex which is attached to the back of the main house. Each room has its own free view TV and access to a kitchenette – which makes them ideal for longer stays. Each of our family rooms can be provided with either an extra z bed or a travel cot at no extra cost.

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