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Sorry, due to a slight technical problem, the swimming pool is not yet available this season.
Where can we park our car?
Parking is easy at Clanville Manor – there is ample off road parking for vehicles.
How many guests can you accommodate in your properties?
The Tallet Holiday Cottage (Sleeps up to 4 plus a cot) is adjacent to Clanville Manor. It has a double room with six foot wide bed and a bunk bed room (beds 90cm wide but limited headroom for adults) plus full sitting, dining and kitchen facilities. A Z bed or cot can be put in the double room. One shower/small bath room with toilet.
Lone Oak Cottage (at the end of the drive) (Sleeps up to 6+cot) has two double rooms, one of which has an ensuite shower room with toilet, and a twin room and separate shower room with toilet.
There is a cot and a highchair in each property.
What time can we arrive at our holiday cottage and what time do we have to vacate on departure day?
The cottage will be available from 3pm, and we ask that you send a text message on the day to let us know what time you are likely to arrive, so that we can make sure we are available to show you in, or can make arrangements to give the keys to you. Late arrival is not usually a problem. Cottages must be vacated by 10am on the day of your departure so that we can clean and prepare for the next guests.
Is heating provided free of charge?
Heating is included from October to April inclusive.
‘We’re Visiting Somerset and Bringing our Pet’
If you have a guide or assistance dog we can make the necessary arrangements for them.
However, other than this we don’t accept guests’ pets. Please ask for details of local kennels nearby where you may leave your dog. Dogs are not allowed to stay in your car either.
Do we have access to the farm when staying at Clanville Manor?
You may walk in the fields and along the riverbank and there is a shallow area of the river for paddling and ‘dam building’. All children must be with an adult and Rob or Sally will discuss access arrangements which depend on grazing animals and/or hay or silage mowing. ‘Farm tours’ are often the parts of the holiday most enjoyed by the children – and adults too! Please ask if you are interested. Children must not be allowed into the farmyard at any time without Rob or Sally.
Do you have Free Range eggs available?
Yes – free range eggs are provided by the farm’s own hens ( https://www.slowfarming.co.uk/) and we usually supply a complimentary half dozen box of eggs in the cottages.
Can we buy some eggs to take home with us?
Yes, please ask. They are £3 per dozen.
Can I Read Your Access Statements On This Website?
Yes. Please see – Accessibility Statement – for The Tallet Holiday Cottage. Or read the – Lone Oak Cottage Accessibility Statement – and do please ask Sally for further information if you need it.
Can I Access The Internet Whilst Staying With You?
Yes – we offer free WiFi.
Families with Children are Welcome in Clanville Manor self-catering properties
If you are looking for family friendly self-catering accommodation in Somerset, you have found it! Children will love the countryside surroundings here, there are both indoor toys and outdoor play areas to discover.
Do You Have Any Accommodation That Is Particularly Family Friendly?
Yes. Self catering – Family Holidays – are very popular here, with a safe outdoor play area and many other features to make Clanville Manor particularly suitable for families with young children.
Can I pay by credit card?
We no longer take debit or credit cards; BACS transfer or UK cheque payment is needed.
What is your smoking policy?
Clanville Manor is a totally non smoking establishment. Smoking is not permitted in either of the cottages. You may smoke in the garden but please consider the comfort of other guests. Smoking in any of our properties will trigger fire alarms.
Are there options for dining out or shopping for food locally?
Yes – please click here for a list if you’d like to book a table. As we are in a rural location with no pavements or street lights, we don’t recommend walking to pubs in the evening; Castle Cary is a brisk 2 mile walk away, again, no pavements….