B and Bs in Wells

The Coach House
Little Fountains


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“Boutique Bed and Breakfast in separate cottage. Comfort and hospitality with the personal touch of home.”

A stay at the Coach House is special because it is a cosy cottage which has its own front door. It is snug and warm in the winter and light and airy in the summer, thanks to its thick stone walls. It has all the facilities of home only no “clutter” !

It is discrete and private and available to you on a short break, bed and breakfast basis. It is self catering with a home from home feel. No change over days - arrive whichever day of the week that you fancy and stay as long as you like. There are two bedrooms and a large living area and separate kitchen. Sleeps 4 most comfortably. Check out our own website for most up to date details and more in depth description of this lovely country retreat.

Why not come and visit Wells in Somerset for that special occasion short break you’ve been planning? Any requests to make your occasion even more special, just ask. Champagne on ice waiting for you…? no problem!

The Coach House is within walking distance of Wells, England’s smallest city, where there is a marvellous Farmer’s market on Wednesdays and Saturdays. All the delights of Glastonbury are less than 15 minutes drive away as are Cheddar Gorge and the stunning Mendip Hills. Come for an overnight stay, a short break, a romantic weekend, a girls weekend, a business trip or spend a holiday week in our delightful village and explore Somerset. Perfect for couples or small groups of friends who want to get away from hustle and bustle and relax in the country.


Number of Rooms: 2

Price per Person

Double: £40 - £44
Twin: £30
Single: By arrangement
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