Maunsel House is in the English county of Somerset was built in the late 14th or early 15th century. The house stands south of the hamlet of North Newton, in the parish of North Petherton. It is the family seat of the Slade baronets and is a Grade II listed building set in 2,000 acres of beautiful garden, parkland and lakes.
A unique and peaceful place to stay, packed with history and charm, the main house has 13 ravishing bedrooms, South Wing which contains a further 4 bedrooms at ground level a few feet away from the house and five self catering cottages within the estate grounds.
45 minutes from Bristol airport, 25 minutes from Taunton Train Station.
What makes a stay at Maunsel House unique?
13 grand and historic house bedrooms full of charm and character (many complete with four poster bed), it is the perfect place to relax and end your day. Maunsel House is filled with history, charm, secret passages, rooms and hidden staircases that keep being found and many stories of ghosts.
Top rated on Booking.com and Trip Advisor in all catergories and renowned for the 'Maunsel Welcome'; impeccable customer service designed to ensure that each guest feel at home.
Close to the coastline of West Somerset and beautiful Quantock Hills Area of Oustanding Beauty.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Maunsel House?
Maunsel House has 2 Twin Rooms, 9 Doubles, 1 King size and 1 Super XXLarge King Size; most ensuite and four rooms which adjoin to be used as suites if needed.
Furnished to a highest standard and in keeping with the houses history, full of genuine antiques and artifacts.
Free WiFi on site and a perfectly charming Pub in the main house for evening drinks and meals. Breakfast is available and evening meals by request.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the North Newton, Bridgwater Taunt area?
Maunsel House is close to the market town of Taunton as well as tourist popular spots of Wells, Glastonbury and Medieval Dunster village and Castle as well as the West Somerset Coastline and steam train line with it's many sandy and jurassic pebble beaches.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Maunsel House is lucky enough to have it's own 'Country Pub', Breakfast is available in the main Dining Room at Maunsel every morning; evening meal or lunch is available with prior arrangement and there is also a very good Gastro Pub in the village just a short walk from the Estate.