Spacious, light, airy accommodation in Pilton village, beautiful countryside, home of Glastonbury festival. Has Openplan lounge, dining and kitchen area, 2 Bedrooms , Bathroom, sleeps up to 6. Both Bedrooms have: kingsize bed and single bed.
Access to Bath, Glastonbury, Wells. Onroad car parking, secure store for bicycles and motorbikes.
'Nanny Apples ' is a Spacious, light and airy 'first floor space' and has an open plan lounge, kitchen, dining area. The lounge area has a very comfy corner sofa, great for relaxing whilst guests chat, watch television or play games.
The separate large bedroom one has a king size bed and a single bed, wardrobe and chest of drawers for storage. It's sash window is on the side of the house that overlooks Totterdown Lane.
The large bedroom two also has a kingsize bed and a single bed. Drawers and wardrobes for storage and a comfy armchair. There is also a useful bedroom sink.
This is a very light, airy, sunny double aspect room.
One window is on the side of the house which overlooks Totterdown Lane. The other large Georgian window and window seat is on the front of the house and over looks the main road through Pilton, with views towards the village and Glastonbury.
So the flat will sleep up to 6 very comfortably.
The dining and kitchen area has a fridge, freezer, cooker, microwave, kettle, toaster, sandwich toaster, Hairdryer, iron and ironing board, TV, DVD player and wifi. The bathroom has a bath/electric shower, sink, WC. Fresh towels .
There are plenty of books, games, colouring etc for guests to spend time relaxing.
Milk, tea, coffee, sugar , fruit and biscuits provided for refreshment on arrival. If you have dairy or gluten allergies please let us know and we will supply soya milk and gluten free. Cereal and milk, croissants, bread, butter, jam supplied for breakfast.
Environmental Health 5 star.
Due to the quirky nature of the main house, The flat is along Totterdown Lane and also the main part of the connecting house ( which was once a hotel, a brewery, a shop in its past history), fronts onto the main road. Please note, because of the stairway and the several layers of garden it is not suitable for small children or people with disabilities.
The space is accessed either through the the garden or through a side entrance of the house and then has an entrance door up an outside metal staircase. The Guests private access is therefore in the secluded quiet back of the house.
The secluded gardens are on several levels with both grass and courtyard gardens, with seating areas and guests are welcome to use these during their stay. We would ask guests if you have children to please be with them on the stairs and in the garden, we wouldn't want them to fall.
The village pub 'The Crown' is across the adjacent lane , beautiful countryside walks and cycling can be accessed In all directions. Pilton Working Mens Club is across the main road and just down the bottom of Shop Lane. (you do not need to be a member of the working men's club to be able to enjoy it's excellent facilities, entertainment, food and drink).
The centre of our village Pilton can be accessed by crossing over the main road, in front of the main part of the house, and there is a church, the historic Tithe Barn, beautiful architecture and history, a stream, a park, post office, village hall. Shopping can be purchased from nearby Glastonbury, Wells or Shepton Mallet.
The A361 provides great access for Bristol Airport , and Bath travellers.
For guests staying over festival time, it is walking distance to festival site, depending on how fast you walk and which gate you are accessing. Red gate and the VIP Steanbow entrance is just over the brow of the hill from the house, a 5 minute walk.
Adgang for gæster
This is accessed via steps through the garden or a side entrance. It is accessed through a private entrance door via the metal stairway. The Guests private access is therefore in the secluded quiet back of the house. Due to the quirky nature of the main house, The flat is along Totterdown Lane, and the main part of the connecting house ( which was once a hotel, a brewery, a shop in its past history), fronts onto the main road. Ths secluded gardens are on several levels both grass and courtyard gardens, with seating areas and guests are welcome to use these during their stay. Please note, because of the stairway and the several layers of garden it is not suitable for small children or people with disabilities.
The access/ stairway opens out on to one of the garden patio areas. And guests are welcome to use all the different garden areas, but please take care, the ground can be uneven as the garden and flagstones and steps are as old as the house. We would ask guests if you have children to please be with them on the stairs and in the garden, we wouldn't want them to fall.
There is limited on road car parking up the side of the house, adjacent to the side entrance door. But please note, cars are parked at their owners own risk and responsibility. For guests arriving by bicycle or motor bike we can provide safe secure storage all year around.
Kontakt med gæster
The main part of the house is a family house, and we are more than happy to spend time with guests in the garden, if they wish company or we are around. Please don't hesitate to ask us if anything is required during your stay.
Andre ting, der er værd at bemærke
Because of the outside access and garden levels it is Not suitable for small children or people with disabilities. We would ask guests if you have children to please be with them on the stairs and in the garden, we wouldn't want them to fall.
We do have little dogs that live in our part of the property, and they are only in the garden with us, never outside alone. They are absolutely never permitted in this accommodation, therefore it is possible to state there are no pets in the accommodation.
Smoking is permitted in parts of the garden, and Not in the property or on the metal stairway outside.
We will supply fresh towels and refreshment (tea , coffee , sugar, milk, biscuits and fruit) for your arrival, if any guests are dairy or lactose free, or gluten free please do let us know and we will supply soya milk and gluten free. Cereal and milk , croissants , bread, butter, jam also supplied for the morning breakfast. The main property fronts onto the main road through Pilton leading to Shepton Mallet in one direction or Glastonbury in the other.
- Just the usual things , we would like you to have a lovely stay.
But Please be aware we have neighbours so please
No excessive noise.
No parties, or drunken behaviours.
Smoking only in the garden away from Windows.
We would be very grateful if guests did not wear their shoes inside please.
Absolutely no drugs, including NOS, anyone suspected of drugs will be asked to leave.
No candles or incense or sacred wood etc please.
Only guests booked in, no additional others please.
Please close all windows when not in.
Check in is between 3 pm and 9 pm
Checkout is by 10am please.
Hi, my name is Debbie and I live with my husband Paul and adult children in the beautiful village of Pilton. For a small part of the year it is home to the Glastonbury music festival, and the village is vibrant with so many people, sounds and experiences. For the most of the year we live in a small and very friendly countryside haven.
We live in the main part of this quirky old historic house, with its different levels, parts and gardens. Previously, it was the village shop, and before that an old hotel and brewery, now it's our home.
The accommodation is at each end of the house, each with their own 'front door' access, for privacy, but you can easily find us in the middle.
It's a lively, happy house, with family, including our little pet dogs.
We want you to have a happy time with us and will respect your wishes, you may want privacy, you may want to enjoy the garden, the countryside. We will try to ensure you are comfortable and happy on your stay, so please don't hesitate to let us know if anything is needed.