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Welcome to Lullington House

Address: Lullington, Frome, BA11 2PG

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With free Wi-Fi and free parking on site, this former Victorian rectory offers bed and breakfast accommodation in the charming village of Lullington. Longleat Safari Park is a 20-minute drive away. Rooms at Lullington House are elegant in style, and some feature a four-poster bed. All have a comfortable seating area, and an en suite bathroom with a power shower, as well as a TV and tea and coffee making facilities. Breakfast is served each morning in the impressive dining room, and guests can choose from full English breakfast, scrambled eggs and smoked salmon, fresh fruits and yoghurts, and a range of cereals. Frome is a 10-minute drive from Lullington House, and Glastonbury is a 45-minute drive away. The surrounding countryside has plenty of picturesque walking and cycling routes for guests to enjoy.

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Frome Golf Club - Frome - Golf

Frome Golf Club - Frome - Golf

Distance 3.37 miles (5.4 km)
Located amid the rolling hills of the Somerset countryside on the outskirts of Frome, this family run business offers a warm welcome to both the experienced golfer as well as those just starting out in the sport. The course provides a challenge to golfers of all abilities, for the gentlemen 5466 yards Par 69, SSS 67, for the ladies 5046 yards Par 70, SSS 69, with a good mix of both long and short holes. Facilities around the Clubhouse are a floodlit covered driving range, chipping and putting green and a bunker, all available for your practice.

Farleigh Hungerford Castle - Somerset - Castle

Farleigh Hungerford Castle - Somerset - Castle

Distance 4.04 miles (6.46 km)
Farleigh Hungerford Castle
Somerset
Sir Thomas Hungerford acquired and fortified Farleigh manor in 1370 and,over time, it became Farleigh Hungerford Castle. Of the original castle, the two south towers, parts of the curtain wall, the outer gatehouse, the 14th-century chapel and the crypt remain. Following major conservation works, the chapel is now open containing a unique wall painting of St George on foot, slaying the dragon.

Wiltshire College - Trowbridge Campus - University

Wiltshire College - Trowbridge Campus - University

Distance 4.72 miles (7.55 km)
Wiltshire College was formed in 2000 and, following the merger with Salisbury College in January 2008, is now the main provider of further and higher education in Wiltshire. The College conducts courses from the pre-entry to the degree level, offering Higher Education, responsive Further Education and effective Business, Professional and Skills-based education. Currently over 3,300 full-time students and 6,000 part-time students are enrolled at the College. Courses are offered in the fields of administration, art and design, agriculture, beauty therapy, biology, business, catering, chemistry, childcare, computing, construction, English, engineering and motor vehicle, etc.

Longleat House and Safari Park - Warminster - Country Home

Longleat House and Safari Park - Warminster - Country Home

Distance 5.67 miles (9.08 km)
Discover the magnificent animals which roam the first Safari Park outside Africa from the comfort of your own car see how you measure up to a giraffe, watch out for the zebras crossing, wander amongst the wallabies in wallaby wood and be enthralled by the majestic lions and tigers! Set in more than 900 acres of Capability Brown landscaped parkland with a further 8,000 acres of woodlands, lakes and farmland, Longleat combines the magic of the old with the marvels of the new. As well as being the first stately home to open its doors to the public, Longleat was also the first place, outside Africa, to open a Safari Park. And, after more than 36 years, Longleat is still one of Britains most popular tourist attractions.