Surrounded by some of West Country’s most unspoilt landscape, The Place To Stay is an imposing Edwardian guest house, providing a charming set from which to enjoy Somerset’s rural delights and bringing tourists close to the historical attractions of the well-preserved medieval town of Frome. For an adventurous day out, tourists may head to the Longleat Estate and Safari Park, hidden in the midst of over 3,200 hectares of woodland and lakes, where they may wander around the botanical maze or admire exotic and rare animals.
The guest house provides an array of spacious rooms with wood beamed ceilings, en suite facilities, complimentary toiletries, and flat-screen TVs. There are also tea- and coffee-making facilities for residents’ convenience. Some of the rooms are situated in the converted barn and some in the main building.
A range of cooked, continental and vegetarian breakfasts are served every morning in the bright and sunny conservatory, overlooking the surrounding landscape. Making use of the vast farmland put at its disposal, the hotel offers sessions of horseback riding in the nearby forested grounds or organises guided walks around the local area.
Groupon’s Guide To Somerset
Bordered in the North by the Bristol Channel, Somerset is a rural county in South West England (UK) characterised by rolling hills and large flat expanses.
In the area, attractions such as the caves of the Mendip Hills and the henge monument at Stanton Drew stone circles gather visitors from far and wide. On the northern coast of the Bristol Channel, Bridgewater Bay is a National Nature Reserve consisting of large areas of mud flats, saltmarsh, sand flats and shingle ridges, some of which are vegetated and home to over 190 species of overwintering waders and wildfowl.