A warm Somerset welcome awaits you at Bladon House in the beautiful village of Kingsbury Episcopi, your own private wing of an old cider farmhouse. Rebecca, Bruce, and their family want you to relax, kick back, and enjoy a very special stay here, in the heart of cider country, yet close to Yeovil, Somerton and Ilminster, in this very special pet-friendly B & B. Bladon makes a perfect relaxing stay, and, being only 5 minutes from the A 303, makes the perfect stop-over for anyone travelling down to Cornwall or Devon.
Bladon House is a Bed and Breakfast with a difference. Here, you have a wing of the house entirely to yourselves, as we always let the accomodation out as a whole, ensuring you have exclusive use of all the facilities, and complete privacy.
This luxury bed and breakfast is located in the heart of rural Somerset, and yet easily reached from London within 2 1/2 hours.
- Private Entrance to the B & B
- Self-contained Bed and Breakfast accomodation over 2 floors
- Private bathroom for the wing
- Ground floor sitting room with wood burner
- Television with DVD player
- Free Wi-Fi
- Full access to two acres of landscaped garden
- Fluffy towelling robes
- Crisp White Company linen
- Fresh, locally sourced and delicious breakfast
- Pet Friendly - bring your dog, cat or even your horse!
A Romantic Break or a Family Get-Away
Bladon House makes a perfect romantic setting for a break, with stunning walks in the area, a beautiful two acres of landscaped country gardens to explore. Ponds with water lilies, arches and cider presses. Sun loungers, a huge hammock, croquet, and, of course, plenty of apple trees! We are just a short walk from The Somerset Distillery, a unique apple brandy distillery where you can taste and purchase award-winning apple brandy and cider.
With lots of room to bring the whole family, using the second bedroom which has two single beds, Bladon House can easily accomodate a family of four and we welcome dogs, in fact most pets (we have a turn-out paddock and have been happy to allow horses!).
On a cold day, a warm crackling fire and a pot of tea will be awaiting you; on a warm day, a refreshing glass of Somerset elderberry cordial and homemade biscuits.