- Fire Wood
Bag of fire wood and kindling. Price per bag.
- Cook your own Farmhouse Breakfast Box
We require 1/3 deposit on booking and the balance is due 30 days prior to arrival.
16th Century farmstead set within 16 acres at base of Glastonbury Tor. Indoor swimming pool, steam room. 10 stone cottages and 2 wooden cabins.
Set within 16 acres of paddocks, orchards and gardens this 16th Century farmstead offers 10 luxury self catering stone holiday cottages and 2 wooden cabins, sleeping 1 to 46. As well as a host of farm animals the complex also has an indoor swimming pool and steam room. A 20 minute walk from the town of Glastonbury and a short drive to the city of Wells. Within short driving distance to many tourist attractions such as Longleat, Wookey Hole, Cheddar Caves, Weston Super Mare. Great cycling for the whole family on the Route 3 through the Somerset Levels.
Bag of fire wood and kindling. Price per bag.
Meadow Barn is a large 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom converted barn. The barn dates from the 18th Century and many of its original features have been kept.
It is an ‘upside down’ house with living space upstairs and sleeping space downstairs. This allows for some spectacular views across the Mendips and Somerset Levels from the full length windows on the top floor. There is a balcony off of the lounge which is the best place to watch the Glastonbury sunset from.
The lounge has a vaulted ceiling with stunning oak beams and a wood burner. Firewood for the wood burner can be purchased from our on site farm shop.
The large kitchen is fully fitted with dishwasher, washing machine, fridge/freezer, microwave, gas hob and electric oven. There is a large farm table inside the kitchen to dine at.
Downstairs at the back of the house there is a double bedroom with en suite shower room. There is a large family bathroom with shower enclosure and separate bathtub. The second bedroom is a twin which has its own separate entrance from outside.
The Annex is situated in what was originally the milking parlor here at Middlewick farm. This spacious 1 bedroom cottage still retains the high vaulted ceilings that would have been in the barn along with a stone floor in the large lounge.
The large double bedroom has plenty of space for a travel cot or a toddler bed. It has French doors that lead out to a back garden. Within the bedroom is a vanity unit and off of the bedroom is an en-suite shower and toilet.
The extra large lounge has a wood burner which make it one of our most popular cottages in the winter. The wood burner keeps the cottage lovely and warm as well as providing a beautiful ambience to enjoy your stay. We provide enough wood to start your first fire and then there is additional wood for sale in our farm shop to keep you going. This is also one of our dog friendly cottages.
Appletree is a lovely little one bedroom cottage to stay in either ‘by the night’ or ‘by the week’.
Entrance via a stable door from the main courtyard leads you into a bright kitchen with stunning views over the Mendips, Wells and its surrounds. A newly renovated kitchen contains all you should require for your stay.
A lovely double room and cosy living room will have it feeling like home in no time.
Blenheim is a delightful 2 bedroom cottage which has been converted within the original 350 year old farm house. Entrance is off the main courtyard through a stable door which leads into a light and airy kitchen/diner. The kitchen is fully equipped with everything you will need to cook with and you can visit our well stocked farm shop to pick up some great Somerset produce.
A staircase leads up to the 2 bedrooms and bathroom. The double bedroom faces the front of the property with views over the Mendips. An original fireplace is in this room but it too has been capped and is now for decoration only. Although not a huge bedroom there is sufficient space for a travel cot.
The single bedroom next door has a large window overlooking the farm animals and the communal gardens. There is also a stunning view of the Glastonbury Tor. There is a second single bed stored underneath the single bed. This can be pulled out to create a second bed for an extra person. Please note that when the second bed is pulled out the room is quite small but the bed can be stored away during the day if need be.
The bathroom is newly renovated with 5 star Laufen sanitary wear. There is a bathtub with an electric shower within.
Bramley is a charming 1 bedroom cottage set over 2 floors. It was once part of the original 350 year old farmhouse and many original features still remain. It has stunning wooden beams and a stone fireplace that is rumoured to have been made from stone taken from the ruins of Glastonbury Abbey in the 16th century.
Upstairs you will find a newly renovated bathroom with Laufen sanitary wear. There is a bathtub with an electric shower within. In the bedroom you will find the fruits of Jill’s treasure hunting at vintage shops. Shabby chic curtains, bed and furniture give Bramley a truly old English cottage feel. The bedroom is one of our largest and there is plenty of room for a travel cot or toddler bed in it as well.
Cider House, as it says on the label was the old Cider/apple store of Middlewick Farm. The two story cottage has been charmingly restored to retain most of its original character. With high vaulted beams and exposed stonework it is a lovely little one bedroom cottage to stay in either ‘by the night’ or ‘by the week’.
Upstairs is one very large room with a double bed and a single bed. Additionally there is a pullout bed should you require the cottage to hold 4 people.
This 2 bedroom cottage is all on one level so is ideal for those who do not like stairs. The main entrance is off of the courtyard and close to the swimming pool, and library room where we have an extensive collection of books, games and DVD’s to borrow.
The dining room is next to the kitchen with French doors leading onto the communal gardens. The lounge is part of the same room and has beautiful old oak beams on the ceiling. There are windows on either side of the room making it light and airy.
On the other side of the kitchen is a family bathroom which has wash basin, toilet and shower. The double bedroom is next along the hall and has a large window with view of Glastonbury Tor.
Further along the hall is the twin bedroom with an en-suite shower room which has a hand basin, toilet and shower. This room also has a large window with views up to Glastonbury Tor and over the Middlewick property.
Pippin is within one of the original barns of Middlewick Farm. When it was built in the 18th Century it would have housed farm animals. By the 1970s it was being used as a sheepskin workshop to take advantage of the growing demand for sheepskin products. Sheepskin fleeces from the surrounding farms were turned into the very fashionable sheepskin coats, hats and mittens. Sadly sheepskin coats went out of fashion in the 1980s and the Middlewick workshop closed down. The stone barn was converted to 2 holiday cottages, Pippin and Springfield. Pippin is a 2 storey 3 bedroom cottage.
Downstairs, off the stone flagged hallway, is the large open plan lounge and dining room. The kitchen is fully equipped with washing machine, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, oven and hob. Also on the ground floor is a double bedroom with an en-suite toilet room.
Open tread stairs lead up to a large landing area. There is a single bedroom on one side of the landing and a triple bedroom on the other side. The triple has a double bed and a single bed. Off the landing is the large family bathroom with shower and separate bath.
Russet is a large 3 bedroom cottage that is part of the original 17th Century Farmhouse. Original features are found throughout the house. From the beautiful oak beams to its splendid inglenook fireplace the cottage is a fine example of a Somerset stone cottage. Although the stone plaque above one of the doors reads 1656 this was probably part of the first extension to the building, or to commemorate a wedding or other significant event at Middlewick, and therefore it is probably somewhat older. In fact, there has always been a settlement on the Middlewick land through history. Behind Middlewick you will find two ancient oak trees Gog and Magog. These trees are over 1000 years old, and were 2 of a row of oak trees that were supposedly the gateway to the ancient Isle of Avalon.
Upstairs there is a large family bathroom that is big and airy. In it there is both a bath and a separate shower.
There is a double bedroom, twin and a single bedroom. The twin and double have large windows overlooking the rear gardens and Glastonbury Tor. The front single bedroom has views over the Mendips.
Springfield is within one of the original barns of Middlewick Farm. When it was built in the 18th Century it would have housed farm animals. By the 1970s it was being used as a sheepskin workshop to take advantage of the growing demand for sheepskin products. Sheepskin fleeces from the surrounding farms were turned into the very fashionable sheepskin coats, hats and mittens. Sadly sheepskin coats went out of fashion in the 1980s and the Middlewick workshop closed down. The stone barn was converted to 2 holiday cottages, Pippin and Springfield.
Springfield is a 2 storey 3 bedroom cottage. Off the stone flagged hallway is the large open plan lounge and dining room. The kitchen is fully equipped with washing machine, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, oven and hob. Also on the ground floor there is a twin bedroom with an en-suite shower room with toilet.
Open tread stairs lead up to a large landing area. There is a single bedroom on one side of the landing and a triple bedroom on the other side. The triple has a double bed and a single bed. Off the landing is also a very large family bathroom with shower and separate bath.
Tor View is a gorgeous one bedroom cabin with its own delightful garden, overlooking the old orchard and (as the name suggests) on to the Tor. It is afforded an additional degree of privacy by facing outward from complex.
Built just 7 years ago, the cottage has an open plan kitchen/dining/living area, complete with woodburning stove and doors onto the decking - the perfect place to relax! It has been newly furnished with Fair Trade Furniture from Myakka.
The spacious bedroom has an en-suite bathroom and also overlooks the garden and orchard.
The cabin is a purpose built high vaulted ceiling wooden cabin set at the rear of the Middlewick complex. It is a studio style accommodation which makes clever and comfortable use of space.
There is a fully equipped mini kitchen with a convection oven/microwave, hob, refrigerator with small freezer and sink/counter space. There is a double bed and a fold up dining room table and chairs. Finishing off the space is a shower room with an electric shower, Laufen sink and toilet.
Large windows on 2 sides of the cabin provide spectacular views over the Mendips and in the distance the Glastonbury Festival site. An outdoor table and chairs are on the front garden to enjoy when the weather co-operates.
By car: From Glastonbury take the A361 towards Shepton Mallet. After passing the base of the Tor on your left, you will pass Millfield Prep school on the right, pass under a footbridge, then take the next left, signed to Wick. We're approx 1.5 miles on the left.
Alternatively, take the A39 heading towards Wells and Mendip Hospital. You will pass Tor Rugby Club on your left. At the Hospital round-about (Tin Bridge) take the second exit. Turn left, and left again - signed Brindham, Wick. We're one mile down this lane on the right side.
From Shepton Mallet direction on the A361 turn RIGHT just past TOR Stone onto Wick Lane (signed Wick) we're 1.5 miles on the left.
3 Luxury Glamping E-dens set within the orchards of Middlewick Farm with a fantastic view of Glastonbury Tor.