A little touch of romance near Bath, in a quirky old stone windmill tower high above the quaint Cotswold town of Bradford-on-Avon.
Bedrooms and bathrooms come in interesting shapes with exotic beds - round, water and 'gothic' iron, which will delight adventurous souls and their mates, but are perhaps not for the faint-hearted or those who prefer bed and bored!
And if your night of passion has left you hungry for more, you will love our wide choice of stimulating breakfasts - everything from "Horribly Healthy" and "Passionate Pancakes" to "American" or "English" washed down with a mug of organic fairtrade Columbian coffee enjoyed around a communal table.
Evening Meals are just as unusual - ethnic vegetarian feasts mostly organic, much using home-grown produce spiced up to make life a little more exciting.
Bradford is Bath's little sister, with plenty of hidden attractions, funky food outlets, specialist shops, music and pubs to suit most tastes.
And if this isn't good enough, there are good transport links by car, canal or train to somewhere that is - Longleat with its monkeys and Lord Baths erotic paintings, Wookey Hole Caves, Cheddar Gorge Torchwood Tours of Cardiff or shop till your credit card melts in Bath, Bristol and the Cotswolds.
A round bed in a round room in a round house
Our ethnic vegetarian feasts.
A must for Goths - Fantail Suite
Top of the tower with Damsel not in distress
Disabled Facilities: There are no disabled facilities.
Pet Facilities: Pets are not allowed.
Special Diets Provision: Special diets are catered for.
Vegetarian evening meals and six choices of breakfasts. Vegan three choices of breakfasts Gluten free
Smoking Facilities: Smoking is not allowed.
From Bath on the A363:
Straight across at first roundabout, at next roundabout (Church and Castle PH) turn right into Masons Lane.
After 100 metres turn left against the wall of the first roadside house on the uphill side (lamp-post against wall of house). Long gravel drive
- check there is a windmill at the end of it before driving down.
All Seasons weekends: (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) £49.50 per person All Seasons weekdays: (Monday to Thursday) £44.50 per person Family Rates, Single Rates and Late Rates on application £10 per room per night if guests do not bring a car into the drive.
March to October.
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