My family (2 adult children and grandchildren) and I had the pleasure of staying at Lullington House for two nights. Lullington is a tiny place not far from Frome but following instructions given to us beforehand it was easy to find. When we drove up the driveway we were so thrilled to think that we would be staying in such an amazing old house. The house built in 1866, the grounds and the surrounding countryside are just so beautiful. Our bedrooms and bathrooms were spacious and our beds very comfortable. The room I stayed in had a four poster bed. There were fresh flowers, a decanter of sherry and even fresh milk for our tea kept cool in a vacuum flask in our rooms. It was all so special, like having a taste of life in a time long ago. Near the house there is a little woodland walk which was so pretty filled with many different varieties of daffodils when we visited in April.
Breakfast was served in the beautiful dining room where there are many interesting things to look at. There is a bird feeder outside the window and I was fascinated to watch a tiny bird having his breakfast too. We chose to have the 'full English' and it was superb. One thing that we appreciated was that we could choose when to have our breakfast and not have to wait for a set time, so that if you wanted to get an early start to fit in as much sightseeing as possible, as we did, you could have breakfast nice and early. In the evenings we were given a menu to fill out which included the time we would like to have our breakfast served. So helpful.
Our host, Richard was very welcoming and friendly and was able to help us with places to eat, things to see and how to get to the nearest Park and Ride bus stop to take us in to Bath. Parking in Bath is limited and expensive and to take the Park and Ride bus is so easy. Our stop was only a short drive from Lullington and the buses ran very frequently. Bath is such a beautiful city and we found Lullington House the perfect place to stay to visit Bath and the many other interesting places in the area.
Our time at Lullington House came to an end much too soon but we are already planning our next trip to the United Kingdom and although it will be two years away, we will be sure to include another visit to our favourite B & B, Lullington House on our itinerary.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Former Victorian rectory set in rural quintessentially English village. The house stands in ten acres of paddocks, woodland and well maintained mature garden, enjoying both privacy and seclusion, and is home to an abundance of birds and wildlife. Our spacious bedrooms are elegantly furnished, and graced with four-poster beds, all complemented with sumptuous soft furnishings and large en-suite bathrooms. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Lullington House Frome, England