We originally met Lynda and Lloyd at Parsnips back in 2005 when visiting Glastonbury for the first time, and have returned regularly ever since. Thier establishment is second to none. The rooms are always spotless, the atmosphere so relaxing, and they are the perfect hosts. Their welcome is warm, inviting and friendly, and they can't do enough for you. The breakfasts are excellent, and sitting in the lovely little conservatory, (warm even in winter) is a delight that we both look forward to, along with our scrumptious breakfast. For us, a visit to Parsnips is like going home, but so much better, because we're spoilt rotten, and then never want to go back to our own home!! Parsnips is also so well centered for the Tor and Chalice Well, and only a short walk into town, so the car doesn't have to follow you when you leave! And one of our favourite pleasures? Watching the Sheep and chickens across the road at the Rural Life Museum from our bedroom window, (not to mention the lovely comfy beds and luxurious egyptian cotton sheets! A lovely, lovely place to stay.
All rooms are lovely and have thier own charm. The Tor (double), is our favourite and overlooks the...
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