Room includes a king size bed, sofa, TV, room heater as well as central heating, tea and coffee and en-suite bathroom and has lovely views over fields and woods.
Terms & Conditions
A non refundable deposit is required to confirm a booking, either by cheque or bank transfer to cover the cost of the first night's stay.
We are a working farm so we need to know your estimated arrival time to ensure that we are here to greet you.
Fire Safety & Access Statement
Please see our website for our Access Statement
£68 - £80 per room per night
Colesmoor Farm, reached by its own private track, is surrounded by peaceful countryside, grazed by our cattle and sheep, with extensive views. The farm buildings are a short walk away.
We have a family run livestock farm, reached by our own private road. We are in peaceful countryside, away from the main roads and have extensive views from the house. Wildlife can often be seen close to the house and you are welcome to walk across the farm or spend time at our secluded hut beside our pond in the wood. You may also be able to have a morning tour around the farm.
We have two ground floor rooms, both with en-suite bathrooms.
We provide various choices at breakfast, if you have specific requirements do let me know on booking. We offer home-made bread and muesli, preserves and free range eggs.
Do contact me if you require a brochure or to enquire about a booking
We are open Jan-Mar, May-Nov.
Additional Directions Information
Directions by car.
Take the A37 Yeovil road. After Grimstone left A356 to Maiden Newton. Through Maiden Newton, after one and a half miles, at top of hill, turn left to Toller Porcorum. Go through village, four hundred yards past the last house. Colesmoor Farm on the left.
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