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TOGHILL HOUSE FARM

Freezing Hill, Wick, Bath, Somerset, BS30 5RT
From £98.00 per room, per night, Single Occ. from £68.00
7 Single/Double/Twin/Family

Toghill House was built in 1691, we offer inviting and comfortable accommodation in a building steeped in character and history boasting spectacular views over the River Severn, the Bristol Channel, the hills of Wales and the Brecon Beacons. Perfectly situated on the outskirts of Bath, which is just a 5 minute drive away and within easy reach of Bristol and the many attractions that the area has to offer. As a guest you will be invited to enjoy visiting our working farm during your stay, and to meet the animals. Your own pets are very welcome to stay and with over 50 acres for you to explore we are ideal for a stay with your pet. Walking routes marked out throughout the grounds ranging from short walks or full-day or half-day outings. Each of our delightful en-suite rooms offer all you will need for a comfortable stay. Ground floor rooms available. Guests are treated to a traditional English breakfast and can make use of our laundry room, delightful courtyard area and parking facilities. Toghill House Farm is run by the Bishop family, who are devoted to making your stay a truly pleasurable experience.

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No smoking No Smoking
Pets welcome Pets Welcome
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Reviews

“Stunning location, friendly staff, clean and comfortable, great breakfast. Simple and perfect if your plan is to explore the area or events in the area. No fuss, no hassle, just like being at home whilst away. Weather helped - that was luck!!”

“Quiet and beautiful building in the countryside but just 20-minute drive from Bath.
The room was lovely and spotless.
Fantastic full English breakfast.
Very helpful staff.
My kid enjoyed walking into the working farm with a lot of animals.
Definitely stay there again in the future.”