Frequently Asked Questions
What time can we check in?
A hosted check in is from 4.00pm to 7.00pm.
Can we have an earlier check in?
If you have booked direct with us through our website then you can check in from 2.00pm although please arrange this in advance. If you booked through an agency like Booking.com or Expedia etc then we charge £10 per hour or part of any hour. Again please arrange this in advance.
Can we arrive after 7pm?
Of course. Simply let us know in advance and we can email you a plan of our premises so you can park up and walk through to your cottage. If you arrive very late please be aware of other guests who maybe sleeping.
Can we walk in to town?
It is a walk of one mile firstly through a grassed field then on to a footpath. Taxis are usually available by the station if needed.
Can we walk to a pub?
The George at Woolley is dog friendly and is a half mile walk across a field along a public footpath. A torch and wellies maybe required.
Where is good to eat?
There are so many good restaurants and bars it is difficult to recommend one as it depends on what you would like , how much you would like to spend etc. Please do some research before you come to us.
How much is a taxi into Bradford on Avon?
Do you have cycle storage?
We have a lockable stone barn in which bikes can be stored.
Is breakfast included?
There has been an increase in the number of guests who do not want breakfast. This could be because they are leaving early or they are not breakfast people or they do not wish to spend the money. Do check your reservation. Some agents do not make it very clear that breakfast is not included.
Can we have breakfast?
Usually the tables are taken up with guests from our B&B rooms but do ask preferably before your arrival and check again on your arrival.
Are you a working farm?
We are not a working farm. The insurances to allow guests in such an environment are prohibitive.
What animals are there?
This is always changing but currently there are two Shetland ponies, two English Setters, two cats, several hens, sets of bantams, ducks and some guinea fowl.