Taunton TA4 3JP
Telephone: 01823 400923
Jenny Kilpatrick

Fitzhead Court lies between the Quantock Hills and Exmoor, 11 miles northwest of Taunton, Somerset’s County Town

It is an historic and important building set in rural Somerset. Built and altered over many centuries, for a considerable number of years belonging to the church, and used by the Bishops of Bath and Wells in their progressions around the diocese, dispensing justice and collecting tithes and fines. Later it became the country seat of various families of landed gentry and aristocracy, principally the Canons and Southeys (of poet fame) and also of Lord Ashburton, an important agricultural innovator and politician of the late 18th early 19th century.

In its present guise it has become an individual and fascinating private home, now available for Bed and Breakfast, offering comfortable and spacious en suite accommodation tucked away in the sandstone walls of the hamlet of Fitzhead, You will have an unique experience, in the care and capable hands of the owner, a professional chef, who is also able to offer dinner in addition to full English breakfast, using local produce. The friendly and hospitable atmosphere will enchant you and the calm and peace of the setting, close to the Quantock Hills and Exmoor will offer you rest and undisturbed sleep.
Comfortable accommodation with Free view Digital colour TV, Radio and tea/coffee making facilities, hairdryer
There is a pub within walking distance of Fitzhead Court and where a pint of the local Cotleigh beer can be consumed, or a glass of wine or a meal can be enjoyed - - - - - -


Cost of Accommodation: £30 per person inclusive of breakfast.

Cost of Dinner by arrangement