Cossington Park is a unique home that has been owned by one family for 400 years. You will be welcomed into its warm embrace as though it was your own home. There are two houses, Park House with 6 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms, and Park Cottage with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. They may be let separately or togehter in which case you will have exclusive use of the whole Cossington Park Estate with its 22 acres of beautifully maintained gardnes and grounds.
What makes a stay at Cossington Park Estate unique?
This is a historic home, full of family antiques, paintings, furniture, portraits and 5000 books collected by one family over hundreds of years. Guests of Cossington Park are welcomed as though this is their own home.
What is the capacity for Cossington Park Estate?
From just 6 in Park Cottage to 18 adults and up to 9 additional children/infants in sofa-beds, folding beds and cots. Cossington Park suits families of 4 generations meeting for special celebrations ad reunions of friends.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Bridgwater area?
Many of the West Country's most interesting and lovely attractions are within each reach of Cossington. Cossington is on the edge of the Polden Hills and Somerset Levels, and nearby are Glastonbury, Wells, Cheddar, Bath, Bristol, the Mendips, the Quantocks, the Brendons and Exmoor. There is a variety of nearby beaches at Burnham-on-Sea, Weston-super-Mare, Watchet and Minehead.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Red Tile Inn (1 mile)
A welcoming village pub serving good quality food, within easy walking distance of Cossington Park
Bower Inn, nr Bridgewater (4 miles)
A historic 18th century pub on the edge of the Somerset levels serving great local food.
Pig & Wheel, Chilton Polden (1.5 miles)
Honest, unpretentious food using fresh, locally sourced produce cooked to order. Fantastic outdoor patio with views of the Somerset Levels.
Queen of Cups, Glastonbury (12 miles)
A relaxed, Michelin-starred Restaurant and Freehouse situated in a rustic 17th century inn close to Glastonbury town centre and Abbe