Longleat – Rhinos
Around Greyfield Farm Cottages you will find numerous attractions that provide a fun day out for all the family (with or without children).
With nature on the doorstep, local neolithic sites, stately homes, animal parks, caves, zoos, through to seaside encounters at Cleavdon or Weston Super Mare.
Bristol – Clifton Suspension Bridge
Sometimes overlooked the Great Historical and Mercantile City of Bristol.
A great place to explore with fun days out for all the family.
Nice shopping areas and the place to go for an entertaining night out with fantastic Bars & Restaurants.
Bath – Roman Baths
Looking for a beautiful place to enjoy that short break?
Bath is full of history & culture and brimming with things to do and see. It has a lovely Georgian City Centre.
Bath is so special that it has been designated a World Heritage site.
Wells – The Cathedral
Visit the Ecclesiastical City of Wells, Englands smallest city.
Sometimes it feels as though time has slowed here, with lots of small independant shops, the Cathedral and moated Bishops Palace, I’d definatly put this city on your list of places to visit whilst you are with us.
Places to Eat
Locally – Lots of lovely Food
Somerset is still very much an agricultural county, this is reflected in the high quality of the local produce and the many wonderful places to eat around Greyfield Farm Cottages.
We have every thing from fine dining at Ston Easton through the superior Gastro Pub (Try the Pig or the Pony and Trap) to Local Pubs and Fish and Chip Shops.
Frome – The Independant Market
There are plenty of shopping opportunities around Greyfield Farm Cottages.
From Farm Shops and Farmers Markets through to the Small Independents, second hand, antiques and craft shops in Bath, Frome, Glastonbury & Wells to the Large Shopping Centres in Bristol & Bath and the Outlet Stores in Street.