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Cannington, Bridgwater Blackmore Lane, Cannington, Bridgwater TA5 2NE England
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Blackmore Farm is a family run concern consisting of Manor House Bed & Breakfast, Farm Shop & Cafe serving light lunches and Barista Coffees
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Breakfast available
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Conference facilities
Meeting rooms
Baggage storage
Chapel / shrine
Special diet menus
Gift shop
Non-smoking hotel
Shared lounge / TV area
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RitaBritanni wrote a review Sept 2021
London42 contributions20 helpful votes
Blackmore Manor house is a stunning place to stay. We booked 2 nights in The Gallery and were really sorry to leave. Ian and Ann are the perfect hosts; friendly, generous and really enthusiastic about their beautiful house. Booking online was simple and we arrived to a warm welcome from Ann who provided us with freshly brewed tea and coffee and homemade cake. The gallery is a stunning room in the old house. The room is more like a suite and full of character - the main bedroom downstairs with a huge lounge area upstairs, lots of space and decorated with tapestries and furnishings in keeping with the historic building. The higgledly staircase could be an issue for some, but we loved it. A hearty breakfast was served in the hall, we ate amongst the collection of arms, a suit of armour and a grand fireplace. Delicious freshly cooked farm produce, lots of choice and nothing was too much trouble. A chat with Ian was a delight and he happily explained the history of the farm and it's recent refurbishment. Excellent value for money - can't wait for our next visit.
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Date of stay: August 2021
Room Tip: The gallery is a stunning room. The stairs may be a problem for some.
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Peter H wrote a review Aug 2021
Calne, United Kingdom60 contributions23 helpful votes
Positives first- The Rarebit was delicious; creamy, tasty, topped with lovely thick bacon and a gorgeous orange yolked egg. The side salad was tasty and well dressed. My mum's Stilton mushrooms were also well received. Our daughter and young son enjoyed the little play area which is a nice inclusion. What needs work- Our very careful booking was lost. Thankfully there was a spare table when we arrived but considering the volume of customers coming in without bookings, and struggling to find tables, we were lucky. A young waitress came to our table and was removing the high chair for our one year old without asking right in front of us. We had to ask her to leave it! Dairy-free options were thin on the ground. My wife had to pay extra for her Ploughman's so as not to include cheese but still get 2 items. This needs a rethink please, especially when there's a paucity of other options. The drinks fridge is at the back of the ordering area meaning it's hard to see what's available. My mum accidentally ordered a cider believing it to be non-alcoholic. The other issue caused by the non-table service system was that when there was a problem we had to join a long queue at the ordering hut to rectify it. Wasps! Not directly the farm's fault that we were constantly pestered by wasps but considering how they were plaguing the outside area it would be worth investigating for nests. It was incredibly unpleasant trying to eat and drink whilst enduring the wasps bothering us, landing on our for and drinks.
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Travelled
Isobel W wrote a review Aug 2021
Much Wenlock13 contributions2 helpful votes
The owners of this complex are lovely, the food in the café looks good and the breakfasts were excellent, beautifully cooked. The location is beautiful and the fifteenth century Manor House complete with chapel, exquisite, breakfasts for all residents are served in the great hall. However as someone who was travelling with a small, non shedding, well behaved dog I did not appreciate being given the Cider Press for accommodation. It is not as nice as it looks on the photos. It looks like a converted cow shed, is very dark and gloomy and had an oily smell. I needed to wash all my clothes when I got home. There is plenty of room in it, two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a huge living room with a fridge, a small kitchen and an ancient Aga, not lit for the summer obviously. Nevertheless it did not please somehow. It is very near the farmyard, so has those smells too, no nice views out of any windows, lots of flies were around naturally and despite the little garden I did not warm to it. It was the only choice open to me as a dog owner. I think dogs should either be welcomed properly or excluded. I had recently been staying in a very lovely five star hotel where dogs were really welcomed. I think Blackmore Farm is a beautiful place and all the other accommodation looked most attractive but if I were you I would avoid the Cider Press when going there.
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Date of stay: August 2021
Room Tip: Anywhere but the Cider Press.
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Charlotte K wrote a review Aug 2021
Kerridge, United Kingdom5 contributions1 helpful vote
We’ve just come back from a family holiday we were lucky to be able to book at Blackmore Farm at the last minute. The Manor House is exceptional - a real piece of living history. Ian and Ann were really generous in letting our two daughters (8 and 11) explore the beautifully preserved older parts of the house, especially the stunning chapel (where the monkeys kept wanting to film fake ghost videos on their phones!). We loved eating breakfast in a medieval hall, surrounded by a fantastic collection of ancient looking weapons, suits of armour, tapestries and antique oak furniture. The breakfasts were delicious and the service was friendly, helpful and everything we could wish for. The owners were really helpful with recommendations for places to visit and eat and also very flexible about meeting our needs as a family of four - in terms of setting up the rooms especially. We woukd have loved rooms in the Manor House but there were none available so we had two adjacent rooms in another building, just behind the main house, on the other side of its lovely garden. We had views of fields and cows. The rooms were of a really high standard - with nice modern ensuite bathrooms and large, really comfy beds. (We had Oatley and Summerlease, which are next to each other and Oatley has a fridge, a microwave, kettle and toaster - which was a great help as the kids didn’t want to eat out every night.) The cafe and shop on-site were really useful too. I popped in for milk and came out with an excellent bottle of strawberry’s for lime gin! The location meant that we were in the car most days - although it’s within walking distance of Cannington and an excellent riding stables. It’s a good base to visit the North Somerset coast, where there are beautiful beaches like Kilve, and we found no shortage of places to visit for family-friendly day trips, all within maybe 30-60 minutes’ drive. We would absolutely recommend Blackmore Farm to families and also to larger groups - anyone who loves beautiful buildings, good food and a bit of history.
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Travelled
Technorats wrote a review Jul 2021
9 contributions9 helpful votes
Charming cafe in farm shop has been moved on to garden area. A few wooden garden sheds with a single table in each, cramped and uncomfortable. Outside tables under inadequate plastic sheeting all slope badly, chairs rock as customers have made the ground lumpy. Hot food is carried a long way from the kitchen. Toilets are a long walk up behind the main house. Menu is very limited even at lunchtime. Won't go back
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Date of stay: July 2021Trip type: Travelled
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Frequently Asked Questions about Blackmore Farm
Which popular attractions are close to Blackmore Farm?
Nearby attractions include Coleridge Cottage (3.4 miles), WWT Steart Marshes (3.6 miles), and Scott Cinemas (3.3 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Blackmore Farm?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free parking, and meeting rooms.
What food & drink options are available at Blackmore Farm?
Guests can enjoy breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Blackmore Farm?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Blackmore Farm?
Conveniently located restaurants include King Sedgemoor Inn Cookhouse + Pub, The Lamb Inn, and The Spice Gallery.
Is Blackmore Farm located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.9 miles away from the centre of Cannington.
Does Blackmore Farm offer any business services?
Yes, guests have access to meeting rooms and conference facilities during their stay.
Are there any historical sites close to Blackmore Farm?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Coleridge Cottage (3.4 miles) and Stogursey Castle (3.4 miles).
Is Blackmore Farm accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access and reduced mobility rooms. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.