Beautiful place to stay. Unique and individual. Very close to the river for a romantic walk. Will stay there again . Were greeted on arrival and given full access to the gardens and nothing was too much trouble
- Free Wifi
- Breakfast included
My partner booked this little gem for a surprise birthday trip. Initially a little hard to find, we were looking for a farm and it’s cunningly tucked away behind a row of small houses. Pear tree farm is a lovely small holding with land to explore leading to a river. On the way there you’ll pass an orchard, a stone circle and the families pigs! The cabin itself is basic but comfy, the bed especially gets a big tick from me. I loved the vibe in the cabin, a few quirky touches and recycled doors as work tops and bedheads make for an interesting base to explore the sites of Glastonbury. The breakfast was generous, with lovely homemade pork pies thrown in as well. Short stays would be best in the cabin, but only due to it not having a self catering kitchen, breakfast was totally manageable and we got a takeaway sorted for an evening meal.
The hosts are lovely people and it was great to be able to take our dog along. There is an extra charge for this which we paid before we left. We had a really enjoyable stay, and we would certainly consider going back again.
Following a wonderful first visit last year we decided to treat ourselves to a New Year weekend break. We stayed in the cabin which was comfortable and cosy with the benefit of being self contained and breakfast provided in the fridge to eat at your leisure. The location is fantastic, just a short drive from Glastonbury and some amazing nature reserves. The hosts are amazing and the whole experience is well thought out and relaxing. Can't recommend them highly enough.
this is a quirky place to stay if you like a relaxed home comfort type of place. Our room was an old shed with heaps of room for our big bags, large bed, tv, dining tables/chairs, old bath and chemical free toilet. The hosts are a lovely friendly couple who encouraged us to feed their pig/piglets, chickens and ducks. Every little home comfort had been thought of. Children would love it here.