Pippin Bed and Breakfast in Somerset England
Pippin Bed and Breakfast Glastonbury Tor Somerset England B&B Guesthouse Lodgings Accommodations
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Host: Daphne Rose

Guestrooms: 2

Address: 4 Ridgeway Gardens, Glastonbury, Somerset, BA6 8ER England

Telephone: 01458 834262

Activities/Attractions: Glastonbury is three hours from London and Birmingham, two from Cardiff and one hour from Bristol and Exeter. It's a funny mixture of a small country town and a world-renowned pilgrimage place with a 21st Century twist to it. Glastonbury is also a special market town.

With through traffic now by-passing the town centre, and with more than adequate 'central parking', shopping in Glastonbury is a pleasurable experience. The town boasts many different and interesting shops. Many are independent specialists in their field, offering good old-fashioned service.

  • Glastonbury is thought to have been a site for pre-Christian worship, perhaps because of its location by the Tor, the highest of the hills surrounding Glastonbury and a superb natural viewpoint
  • There is a ruined medieval church at the top of the Tor, the tower of which remains
  • Dominating the skyline in this part of the beautiful county of Somerset you will find dramatic Glastonbury Tor
  • In Glastonbury, history, myth and legend combine in such a way that most visitors cannot fail to feel the "vibes" and powerful atmosphere of the town
  • For not only is Glastonbury the cradle of Christianity in England but is also reputed to be the burial place of King Arthur

The legend of the Holy Grail brings together the myths and legends of King Arthur and the story of Joseph of Arimathea building the first church at Glastonbury. The Glastonbury legend has the boy Jesus and his uncle Joseph of Arimathea building the first wattle and daub church on the site of Glastonbury Cathedral. Joseph is said to have buried the Holy Grail just below the Tor, where a spring, now known as Chalice Well, began to flow and the water was supposed to bring eternal youth to whoever would drink it. It is said that many years later, one of the quests of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table was the search for the Holy Grail.


"We have enjoyed it here again, have slept wonderfully! You gave us a warm welcome and we love you for that. We will meet again soon."


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"Spectacular location. Wonderful food! Great to see so many birds in the garden."

"Great hospitality and the friendliest dog in Glastonbury!"

General Information: Welcome to Pippin Bed and Breakfast ... situated in a quiet cul-de-sac above the town of Glastonbury in Somerset, England. It is a short walk (downhill) to the town centre and along the country lanes to the Tor.

My aim is to make every visitor welcome and ensure that he or she enjoys their stay. You can have a full English breakfast, vegetarian equivalent or grapefruit, cereals, home-baked bread toasted with home-made marmalade or Somerset honey. Tea or coffee.

  • The two rooms, a double and a twin bedded, are both upstairs
  • The twin faces southwest with a lovely view
  • There are wash basins in both rooms
  • A comfortable sitting room is available for you to enjoy the panoramic views, read or watch television
  • Both rooms have tea/coffee making facilities, television and access to a shower/bath
  • An extra toilet is available downstairs
  • Dogs welcome by arrangement
  • Parking available

Payment Accepted: Cheque or Cash.

Rates: (Prices quoted in GBP Pounds).

25-27/night/single
46-50/night/double or twin

Breakfast included.

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"Thanks fir a fabulous stay and for looking after me so well. The breakfasts were delicious and I hope to return again soon."

"Lovely stay - warm welcome. Fantastic library and homemade bread is yummy!"

"A great place to stay. We enjoyed our visit to Glastonbury a lot - thanks to you."

"Thank you for a lovely time - good breakfast, lovely house and bedroom. Lovely dog Zoe."

"I will take with me your wonderful generosity and caring. You created your home beautifully."

"Lovely room, lovely atmosphere, lovely food, lovely dog. Would love the time to come again."

"What a lovely stay in your friendly house. So nice to chat with you both, and a nice breakfast (especially the homemade bread). See you again. Thank you."