type: Bed & Breakfast
city: Glastonbury
address: Street, Somerset, BA16 0TZ
Phone No: 01458 442878

Marshalls Elm Farm is a 16th century farmhouse offering bed and breakfast within National Trust land at Polden Hills. A former inn, mentioned in the 1903 Thomas Hardy poem ”A Trampwoman’s Tragedy”, today, our guests enjoy excellent hospitality and service from hosts Helen and Austin. There is only one guestroom, so you can expect to be well looked after!

Our Garden Room offers twin beds, en suite facilities, TV and tea / coffee making facilities, with views overlooking the garden. Charming original architectural features include the inglenook fireplace with bread oven. There is a guest lounge for evening relaxation.

Enjoy a delicious farmhouse breakfast cooked on our Aga stove in the morning using local ingredients and catering for special diets. There are many nearby excellent, scenic walks and cycleways across the Somerset Levels. The historic town of Glastonbury is only 3 miles away where you can find attractions, shops, pubs and restaurants.

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