Magdalene House Magdalene St, Glastonbury, BA6 9EJ Tel: 01458 830202 email website Welcome to Magdalene House Four Star Gold Award Accommodation. Stay in our spacious family run period home which is Grade II listed and once formed part of the St. Louis Convent. Its unique location opposite Glastonbury Abbey overlooking the Abbey grounds is only minutes from the hustle and bustle of the High Street. We provide a high standard of luxurious spacious accommodation. The bedrooms are furnished to a very high standard and all are en-suite. All beds have memory foam mattresses or toppers. A well-stocked hospitality tray, complimentary toiletries, hairdryer, Digital Free View TV, DVD players and free Wi Fi access available. None smoking environment indoors but with outdoor facility for those wishing to smoke. Some parking available in private car park to the rear of the building. All produce used in our extensive breakfast menu is locally sourced. We have a separate refrigerator for non-meat items. Special diets catered for with prior notice.
Melrose House Tel: 01458 834706 Mobile: 07973 108646 email website 18th century Georgian house is set within landscaped gardens and lawns. Ideally situated at the foot of the Tor and within a stones throw of Chalice Hill, the Rural Life Museum and Chalice Well Spring/Gardens - 10 minute\'s walk to High Street and Abbey. Set back off the road with private parking. Recently refurbished to a very high standard, Melrose has been awarded a VB 4 diamond rating and now offers all ensuite accommodation. All rooms offer tea/coffee facilities, TVs and all are spacious and quiet with wonderful garden views. A choice of scrumptious cooked breakfasts using local produce when ever possible - breakfast room enjoys wonderful views over Vale of Avalon and can be used as a reading/sitting area during evenings. Garden table and chairs available for guests use - why not enjoy sitting out by garden pond listening to running waterfall from natural springs.
The Glastonbury White House 21 Manor House Rd, Glastonbury Tel: 01458 830886 email website My spacious Victorian house, just a short stroll from the High Street, offers two beautifully decorated rooms, The Master Bedroom with king size bed and the West Room with double bed, each with its own luxurious private bathroom. Both rooms have free wifi, flat screen tv/dvd and fridge stocked with fresh, organic milk and white spring Tor water. Because I am environmentally conscious, all the food served is organic and vegetarian, and the bedding, towels and soap are Fairtrade and organic. In a break with convention, breakfast is not compulsory so if you prefer you can stay on a room-only basis and skip breakfast altogether. If you would like breakfast but want a lie in, I’m happy to serve it as late as 10.00am, and checkout is not until 12 noon.
The B&B benefits from being right on the High Street, in walking distance of all the sites, and yet is a cottage with a deeply tranquil atmosphere. It also has a beautiful walled garden and our ensuite has its own private entrance opening onto the terrace. With logfires in Winter and homemade organic food Arimathean Cottage aims to provide the ideal sanctuary for your experience of fascinating Glastonbury and all that it has to offer.
Berachah Jan Billings Well House Lane, Glastonbury 01458 834214 email website
Berachah is situated between the footpath to Glastonbury Tor and the White Spring and overlooks the Chalice Well Gardens. You are welcome to enjoy a complimentary self-service vegetarian breakfast while soaking up the inspirational panoramic views over the Vale of Avalon. Tea and coffee making facilities are available at any time in the Breakfast Room. The Guest kitchen is also available for you to use during the evenings. There is a large, spacious Guest Lounge where you can relax, watch TV or choose books to read from our library. The Lounge can also be used as a Private Group Room if the four bedrooms are booked. Berachah was once part of Chalice Orchard, where the writer and occultist, Dion Fortune used to live. The house, standing on the original site of her temple, was designed and built by a Welsh architect who named it Berachah, meaning 'Place of special spiritual blessing'. In Sufi 'Beraka', means 'Point of blessing'. Re-charge, re-vive, while you soak up our colours!!!!!!!!! Private Parking and free WiFi.