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B and Bs in Crewkerne

Middle Farmhouse

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Jan and Terry offer you a warm welcome at Middle Farmhouse, which is a non-working farmhouse situated in the quiet rural hamlet of Hewish. We are 2 miles south of the Georgian town of Crewkerne, on the picturesque Somerset/ Dorset borders with Devon just 6 miles away. Set in hilly countryside, the area is ideal for walking, with golf, fishing and horse-riding near by.

Our spacious comfortable rooms -1 Double, 1 Twin, are in a newly converted barn (to the rear of the farmhouse) which boasts original beams and other rustic features. Each room is en-suite with double size shower, bidet, etc., television DVD/CD, generous hospitality tray and fruit basket.Breakfast: fruit juices, cereals, full cooked English, toast, preserves, tea and coffee is served from 8.00am in our garden room across the courtyard and comprises organic locally sourced produce where possible, with homemade preserves.


Number of Rooms: 2
Number Ensuite: 2

Price per Person

Double: 30 - 10% discount for 3+ consecutive nights
Twin: 30 - 10% discount for 3+ consecutive nights
Single: 45 - Single occupancy in double or twin rooms
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