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Double-Gate Farm

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Double-Gate is a comfortable, listed Georgian farmhouse with fabulous views of Glastonbury Tor and the Mendip Hills. Centrally located on the edge of the Somerset Levels and well known for quality accommodation and scrumptious breakfasts.... All bedrooms are en-suite with TV/DVD, hairdryers and beverage tray.
Ground floor Riverside Suites are spacious with telephone, ceiling fan, fridge and patio.
Wifi access available in ALL rooms (small charge).
Games Room and plenty of toys for children to borrow. Launderette, Tuck Shop and beautiful flower garden.
Swallow Barn is available for Self-Catering also.
Local residents include Jasper-Pilchards and Paddy4Paws (goldies). Multiple night discounts are available.


Ratings/Awards: Enjoy England 4 Star Gold, AA 4 Gold Star.
England Excellence B&B South West. 2001/2
AA 4 Star Gold
AA Accessible Hotel of the Year finalist 2001/2/3
Access All Areas Award 2003
Accessibility Winner Mendip 2008
Accessibility Winner Somerset 2008
Winner. SW England for Excellence 2009 Access for All
Number of Rooms: 8
Number Ensuite: 8

Price per Person

Double: From 40 - Based on 2 people sharing
Twin: From 40 - Based on 2 people sharing
Suite: From 50 - Based on 2 people sharing
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