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The Brewhouse

pretty outdoor space
A former rectory brewery, now a cosy cottage for 2 in grounds, near Frome
Great Elm
Somerset, England

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The Brewhouse is a self-contained annex to Glebe House, in the village of Great Elm in Somerset. It dates back to the 17th century. The house sits in 3 acres of garden and was once the rectory. The Brewhouse was once the brewery to the Rectory household and possibly the village too.

The Brewhouse offers spacious living room, mezzanine bedroom with double bed and interesting stairway, hallway, kitchen, bathroom and front and back entrances. The total floor area is approximately 55 square metres. There is WiFi, a flat screen TV and a wood burning stove as well as central heating. Open the french windows from the living room on to the vine-shaded patio for sitting and sunbathing on summer afternoons.

Great Elm is 17 miles from Bath and 3 from Frome and within striking distance of Longleat, Bristol, Bath, Salisbury Plain, the Somerset Levels, the cathedral city of Wells, Wincanton Racecourse, the Hauser & Wirth gallery in Bruton, Babington Houseand some good shopping. Frome is well-equipped with supermarkets and off-beat, artisan shops and galleries. There are great walks and cycle tracks around. Get to Radstock on a disused railway track, or cycle to the middle of Bath hardly touching public roads.

No pets.

£100 per night mid week and £110 on the weekend. 2 night minimum stay. Prices from £550-£650 per week.

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Room Types:

  • Double


  • Medium £85-£220

Nearest Airport: Bristol


  • Car parking
the bathroom
the kitchen
bedroom with beams
The Brewhouse
Glebe House from across the valley
vine covered patio
country views from bedroom
the double bedroom
the living area at The Brewhouse