Beautiful 18th Century cottage with views of rural countryside. Exposed brick, concrete floors and reclaimed timber details, give this cottage a modern country style. The bedrooms have new luxurious mattresses and fresh white bedding. The bathroom has a bath and shower with amazing water pressure! The kitchen/living are open plan and great for cosy nights and meals together.
The cottage is 8 minutes walk to Glastonbury Festival site, through the stunning village of Pilton.
There are three bedrooms, two comfortable doubles (one super King size, which can be two singles) upstairs and a twin room downstairs, which can also be made up as a large double.
Guest have use of the whole cottage and garden. Parking for one car is directly outside the house with space along the road for additional cars.
Interaction with guests
We live in the village and so we are generally available to help with any queries.
Other things to note
The cottage is perfectly situated for those attending Glastonbury festival and a village pass for you car is available so that you can park easily by the house. It is an 8 minute walk to the top of the festival site which brings you out near the Pyramid stage field.
The cottage is about 20 minutes drive to Babington House, 15 minutes drives to Bruton and 20 minutes drive to Glastonbury Tor.
We would prefer that you kept pets downstairs. There are also child locks on all the kitchen units, which can be activated if you have small children. There are kids bowls and cutlery available too. We have 2 x young children, so anything you need, please ask in advance, as we probably have it.
There is NO SMOKING in the cottage.
- Please respect the neighbours. Pilton has a real mix of residents from young to old and all are valued.
- Please park where we indicate and if you in the garden at night enjoying the view and a glass of wine, please appreciate that there are residents who might want to get some sleep, so keep the noise at respectful levels.
- Please take shoes and wellies off at the door. There are plenty of hooks to hang wet coats on and a huge mat and wellie boot shelf in the porch.
- If you have loads of muddy festival gear, please let it dry and shake mud off before you stick it in the machine, as the clay/mud will clog the washing machine.
We are a family of four. My husband is from New Zealand and I am from England. We have a Production Design company and are both passionate about art, design, cooking and music. We love spending time with friends and family... and going on adventures.