Turks Hall, Bruton

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OUTSTANDING HOSTS

Eviivo Awards 2018: Runner Up

We are allowing 24 hours between bookings with a minimum stay of two nights. Tel: +44 7807 193450

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ABOUT

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Why not come and enjoy a few days holiday in the beautiful Somerset countryside?

 

David and Caroline are delighted to welcome you to Turks Hall Bed & Breakfast in Bruton, Somerset. Having run successful tea rooms in the South of France, they know how to make your stay enjoyable and comfortable.  Turks Hall B&B is a Victorian family house with a lovely south facing courtyard, within walking distance of the centre of Bruton. Your double bedroom with en-suite bathroom, television, wifi etc is a comfortable, spacious room where you can either read David's large selection of books, listen to music or just chill. Turks Hall also offers a second twin bedded room with a beautifully appointed bathroom (sole use of the guests). A glass of sherry and home made cakes await you. 

Come and enjoy our continental organic breakfasts with locally sourced products. A wide selection of organic Jing teas are also available for you to try. Turks Hall B&B has been awarded 9.7  by Booking.com and we consistently receive great feedback from our guests and we are rated 5* on Tripadvisor - click here to read latest reviews

Bruton is a small medieval Somerset town just off the A303 near Wincanton with great transport links to Bristol, Bath and London. Parking is on road in front of the house. Bruton's attractions include St. Mary's church, Sexey's Hospital with its old almshouses and delightful gardens, ancient bartons, riverside walks and the 15th Dovecot. If you are a foodie, why not try out Matt's Kitchen, At The Chapel or Roth Bar & Grill and let us do the booking for you! 



 

 
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OUR ROOMS

Min 2 nights stay

Double Room 

Double occupancy: £90 per night
Single occupancy: £85 per night

The bedroom is bright and airy with beautiful views over the roof tops; comfortable double bed with en-suite facilities, flat screen TV, a wonderful library, a digital radio alarm, hair dryer, tea and coffee making facilities. The en-suite is fitted with shower, heated towel rail, towels and toiletries. There is wireless internet access in your bedroom. Prices include a continental breakfast.

Twin Room 

Double or Single occupancy: £85 per night
Single occupancy: £80 per night

The twin bedded room has a beautifully appointed bathroom attached  (sole use of the guests). Prices include a continental breakfast.

Rooms are available from 4.30pm (earlier by arrangement) and we ask guests to kindly vacate their room by 10:30am.

Arrival times - Saturday 12:15/1pm or 4:30-6pm

We are now leaving 24 hours between bookings for Covid cleaning.

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“A very warm welcome from the owners.  The room was cosy, the beds comfortable and the bathroom lovely.  We learnt lots about the area from Caroline and David and were made to feel very much at home.  Breakfast was phenomenal.  As good as, if not better than any restaurant/hotel I've been to.  We would definitely stay again!

 

OUR SERVICES

Breakfast

 

Continental organic breakfasts are served from 7:30am-9:00am. 

Wi-fi
There is free wi-fi in all rooms.
Teas

 

A wide variety of Jing Sing teas are available for you to try.

Iron

An iron and ironing board are available upon request

Parking

 

Parking is on road in front of the house.

Restaurants

There are a variety of local restaurants which your hosts will recommend and book for you during your stay

 

GALLERY

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THINGS TO DO  * BOOK NOW

Bruton is a small medieval town in South Somerset situated in the Brue valley;

The Internationally renowned art gallery Hauser & Wirth Somerset  is just a ten minute walk from the house with gardens planted by Piet Odolf.   On the way go to St. Mary's church, the medieval Packhorse Bridge, Sexey's Hospital, almshouses,and ancient bartons.

 

Five minutes  by car is  The Newt in Somerset (previously owned by Penelope Hobhouse)  a stunning country estate with  newly restored gardens which are a joy to behold.

 

Visit Longleat House, Iford Manor and Messums Wiltshire Art Gallery. Stourhead Estate, Barrington Court, Lytes Cary and Montacute House, all owned by the National Trust , are within an easy drive.

 

Many footpaths weave their way through Bruton and the surrounding countryside, including the Leyland Trail and Macmillan Way and many walkers use Bruton as a centre. The town also boasts a lively high street filled with independent shops, pubs and award-winning restaurants. 

 

RESTAURANTS; Osip, At the Chapel, Matt’s Kitchen (a great favourite and you take your own wine) Roth Bar & Grill, The Newt, The Sun Pub, with a superb Persian Menu.

There's so much to do and see in the area. The annual Festival of Arts, including the Packhorse Fair in May is a noteworthy attraction as are the Art Show, Horticultural Show and musical and theatrical productions. The Community Office, situated in the High Street, will be happy to provide local tourist leaflets, bus and train timetables and details of local events. The Bath and West Showground is only five miles away, while Glastonbury Tor, Glastonbury Abbey and the city of Wells are a short drive from Bruton. Bath is only a 40 minute drive or a direct train ride from Bruton station. Visit the Roman Spa, Royal Crescent and many shops as well as cultural and leisure activities. Weymouth and Bristol are also on direct rail links.

GUEST REVIEW

“A very warm welcome from the owners.  The room was cosy, the beds comfortable and the bathroom lovely.  We learnt lots about the area from Caroline and David and were made to feel very much at home.  Breakfast was phenomenal.  As good as, if not better than any restaurant/hotel I've been to.  We would definitely stay again!