Known for it's unique beauty, quiet, peaceful ambiance. Best suited for writers, meditation, artists. Set against the high hills, edge of town, big indigenous garden. 4 guest rooms. Double Room B: North facing, large window; garden view. Shops close
Longleat Guesthouse is close to shops (five minute walk) and about 20 minutes walk to the center of town or the university. There are Moskovey ducks wandering in the garden and a hammock swinging under the oak tree. An ideal place to rest or write.
Zugang für Gäste
Guests have access to the guest lounge, main house kitchen, stoep (porch) and garden. The host lives in a separate section of the house.
Interaktion mit Gästen
The host is happy to help with transport to town if necessary and has brochures and contacts for helping the guests to explore the town and surrounding area.
Weitere wichtige Infos
There are two cats and ducks in the garden. If children are part of the guest party, the parents would need to take care that the animals are not chased or hurt in any way. There are also duck ponds, so children should be watched at all times. Security
The hostess is vegetarian but cooking meat in the guest kitchen is not prohibited. Smoking in the house is not allowed. Hectic drinking or noise would be very uncomfortable for both hostess and other guests. Mindfulness regarding security is important. The electronic gate and security gate on the front door are kept shut (usually locked) at all times.
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Right now I'm passionate about sustainable vegetable growing and keeping my huge garden indigenous. Most of my life I have lived and worked abroad - Chile, Colombia, UK, Taiwan, Tibetan areas of China as a teacher. I originally bought this house 25 years ago with ideas of having a Buddhist Meditation Center and retreats are still held here occasionally. People (particularly writers) always comment on the peacefulness of here... it's a creative peace.