Blackmore Farm

Historic Bed and Breakfast in Bridgwater, Somerset

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Blackmore Lane Cannington

Blackmore Farm, Bridgwater

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Blackmore Farm is a 15th century Grade I listed manor house; it was guest house of the year for England 2011/2012. Accommodation is in the main house, converted barns alongside, and a shepherds hut in the garden. The property is furnished in period style with many antique items and staying is a tremendous experience.

Breakfast is served in the great hall watched over by suits of armour and stags heads.

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