Bed and Breakfast Accommodation in Somerset
This Georgian farmhouse was built in 1743 and has offered high quality bed and breakfast accommodation since 1996. B&B is now offered outside the main school holidays, for stays of two or more nights. From Easter until mid September 2013 the whole farmhouse is being let for self-catering family holidays and reunions, sleeping 12, or up to 16 when let with the Tallet cottage next door.
Clanville Manor is constructed of the local honey-coloured ‘Cary’ stone and is set in picturesque Somerset countryside.
It is of a manageable size and is, above all, a family home.
Please see – Bedrooms – page for more details about the accommodation that is available.
The Snook family bought Clanville Manor and the farm from the Hoare estate in 1898 and ran a dairy farm here for over 100 years until they sold the herd in November 2003. Fourth generation, Rob Snook now rears beef that he sells locally and grows some corn.
The house retains a great deal of its original features, but provides modern and comfortable accommodation.
There is an oak staircase in the flagstone entrance hall, with a lovely arched window halfway up.
Clanville Manor provides accommodation near the Bath and West Showground
Guests are welcome to use the drawing room for reading, relaxing, or television viewing. There is – Wi-Fi internet access – available throughout.
Please note that this is a no-smoking house.
Dogs [except assistance dogs] are not allowed to visit, as there are pets in residence!
Clanville Manor has been recommended by the Daily Mail – extract from a newspaper article:
‘In the morning, I am greeted by glorious blue sky and bright sunshine. The chickens are going about their business outside my room and I can see a lovely walled garden, where there’s a swimming
pool, which guests can use in summer’.
The newspaper’s regular column ‘An Inspector Calls’ awarded Clanville Manor with 4 Stars.