The Lynch Country House B&B is a fabulous Georgian residence set in the heart of lush Somerset countryside on the edge of the medieval market town of Somerton, the ancient capital of Wessex. The house is Grade II* listed and is surrounded by well-tended grounds with many specimen trees and flowers and a lake that is home to resident Black Swans. The perfect base to explore famous gardens, stately homes and many other places of interest - Bath, Bristol, Cheddar, Dorchester, Glastonbury, Sherborne and Wells are all within easy striking distance as is the Jurassic Coast. Excellent places to eat locally within easy walking and driving distance.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at The Lynch Country House?
All rooms are en-suite (1 with private but separate bathroom) and all with flat-screen colour TV and free Wi-Fi access. Recently upgraded with 5* new beds and mattresses, goose down and feather pillows and duvets, crisp Irish linen and fluffy bathrobes.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Somerton area?
The Somerset Guild is also fascinating for tourists, showcasing a number of works by local craftsmen in the Lynch Country House house and the grounds. The Somerton area makes it an excellent base to explore the West Country. The city of Path, famous for its shoes at the Clarks Village, is within sight. The area is now a haven for shoppers. Nearby are Glastonbury with it's ruined abbey and mystic Tor; Wells with its magnificent Cathedral and Bishop’s Palace and Cheddar and Wookey both famous for their cave systems. In the surrounding area you will find Glastonbury, the abbey and spiritual Tor; Wells, the cathedral, Bishop's Palace, and Cheddar and Wookey both famous for their networks of caves. About 40 minutes away from the stunning Jurassic Coast you can find thousands of beautiful landscapes and fascinating villages to keep you occupied.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Breakfast is served in the light and airy orangery where you can choose from a variety of popular cereals, fresh fruits, award-winning French 'Ferme des Peoples' fruit yoghurts. This follows the more traditional Breakfast consisting of Tom Parker Bowles recommended sausage and proper, dry-cured back and smoked streaky bacon from Sandridge Farm in Wiltshire, fabulous soft textured Clonakilty black and white puddings from southern Ireland, mushrooms and oven-roasted tomatoes. Nearby Somerton has numerous cafes and pubs, all offering a range of food and drinks suit all needs.