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As glamorous as the movies, this picture perfect and super-stylish Bath- stone manor house for 16 (and up to 20) is a dream country home set on 98 acres. Only a 10 minute drive from the centre of Bath and poised above a picturesque valley, surrounded by lawns and terraces, this private spacious home with fabulous interiors, games room and 12 seater hot tub is fit for the stars.
Week Farm Manor is an idyllic 17th century manor house. Its handsome frame evident in original flagstone floors, deep window reveals, ancient oak beams, warm polished stone, rich oak floors and elegant carved stone fireplaces and staircase. Large traditional rooms have been refreshed using contemporary natural fabrics in linen, sea grass and soft blues. Every room appears light, airy, beautifully presented and immac...As glamorous as the movies, this picture perfect and super-stylish Bath- stone manor house for 16 (and up to 20) is a dream country home set on 98 acres. Only a 10 minute drive from the centre of Bath and poised above a picturesque valley, surrounded by lawns and terraces, this private spacious home with fabulous interiors, games room and 12 seater hot tub is fit for the stars.
Week Farm Manor is an idyllic 17th century manor house. Its handsome frame evident in original flagstone floors, deep window reveals, ancient oak beams, warm polished stone, rich oak floors and elegant carved stone fireplaces and staircase. Large traditional rooms have been refreshed using contemporary natural fabrics in linen, sea grass and soft blues. Every room appears light, airy, beautifully presented and immaculately furnished.
Vast and yet exudes great warmth and character with original flagstone floors, oak beams, deep window recesses and French doors onto a sweeping terrace. Along one side, is an impressively long dining table to seat 14, (with additional seating if required) punctuated by a large elegant dresser. On the other side is a huge Aga with a smart shaker style fitted kitchen, topped with slabs of black granite.
The utility leads to a copious boot room with hanging rail and shelves and also a pretty cloakroom with hand basin and WC.
The Ground Floor
It's a joy to open the double doors into a sunny south-facing morning room overlooking terraces, lawns and clipped box. A large original fireplace is stacked with logs and kindling for chilly evenings.
A picture lined corridor lit by a glass skylight leads to the striking entrance lobby, with doors leading into a formal living room and library. The stunning living room has a large stone wood burning fireplace with carved pillars, and mirrored alcoves. It has a TV and DVD, double sofa bed, easy chair and another working fire to snug beside with a good book.
Summary of bedrooms is: 3 double bedrooms, 3 bedrooms which can be either superking bed or 2 singles, loft room is superking or 2 singles plus a further single bed in a separate area and a single sofa chair. There is also a sofa bed in each of the library, games room and in one of the double bedrooms.
The large indulgent, travertine tiled en-suite is in period style with a free-standing Bath (with shower handset), a separate shower, a large hand-basin, easy chair and shelving stacked with fluffy towels.
A charming cream and white traditional bathroom under the eaves is tiled in travertine and has a bath, a vanity unit set in an alcove with hand basin and WC.
A picture lined lobby with exotic botanical prints leads to the first spacious twin room.
There is a pretty cream travertine tiled bathroom with a bath (with shower over), hand basin, sparkling mirrors, storage shelves and WC.A large cream and travertine tiled en-suite bathroom has a bath (with shower over), a hand-basin and WC with a deep window reveal providing lots of shelf space.The spacious contemporary en-suite bathroomThe Games Rooms
The spacious barn now has the aura of a gentleman's club. It has been transformed as an indulgent games room and living room, and can be utilised as a guest suite. Two black leather chesterfield sofas to seat 6 are in front of a large TV with DVD. A large dresser holds a selection of games, with the addition of an old favourite, table football.
Outside, on a raised deck with lovely views all around, is a huge sociable 12 seater hot tub, big enough for everyone
Week Farm Manor is set on the slopes of the lush green Coombe Hay Valley with lovely views of surrounding hills, woods and grazed pasturesThe grounds have lawns, terraces, walled gardens and formal gardens of clipped box and shrubs. High stone walls with buttresses flank the side of the house, enfolding the barn and log stores. The earliest settlement here was in Roman times when the southern slopes were planted with vines. Beginning as a cottage, the house expanded over the centuries to become an elegant manor house. It is rumored that King Charles 2nd stayed here for a week in 1651 whilst on the run from Oliver Cromwell.More
Bath rentals were brilliant in arranging our weekend away and were on hand throughout the booking process start to finish with very informative non pushy sales team who really added value to our experience.
Date of stay: June 2019
AlexaVoisey, VR Owner at Week Farm Manor, responded to this reviewResponded 5 July 2019
Wow wow what an amazing weekend and a once in lifetime marvellous experience staying at this exclusive elegant country manor set in this quaint charming picturesque rural grounds
Impeccably organised, devised and executed by our hosts and combined with exceptional gourmet food, outstanding wine, stunning...More
We had a fabulous stay at Week Farm. The perfect property for a big group of adults - spacious, luxurious and with stunning garden and views. It's really close to Bath but it's incredibly peaceful and feels like it's in the middle of the countryside....More
Date of stay: July 2016
Thank Lizzie D
AlexaVoisey, VR Owner at Week Farm Manor, responded to this reviewResponded 16 July 2016
So lovely to read Lizzie. So pleased you enjoyed your time. Take care and hope to see you again soon.
I don't know much about the accomadation, but there is a problem with the direction if you are coming via Bath.
If you are using sat nav it has a shared post code with Fosse Farm which is on the right of Combe Hay lane...More
Quality is the word, the decor of this stunning property is sheer quality, stayed here with 16 Gentleman on a Stag weekend, (Very brave to allow this) but the sheer elegance of the accommodation made everyone respect everything about the property even more, cleaner than...More
There are many delightful country walks and cycle routes around Combe Hay, Wellow and Midford and with lovely country pubs on route.
There is so much to do in the area and Wendy from Zest concierge can organise horse trekking, archery, Clay Pigeon Shooting, Fishing, Nature Farm and History walks. Zest can also organise a personal chef to cater for your weekend, various therapies, including massage, life drawings etc.