The Grange is a majestic former Georgian Rectory, set in seventeen acres of private parkland in the attractive Somerset village of Horsington. The house has a stone-flagged main hall, four elegant reception rooms, a farmhouse kitchen with four-oven Aga, and eight bedrooms accommodating up to eighteen people. Next to the house is the Dovecote with an additional two bedrooms with room to sleep a further four people, which is self-contained with its own family room, kitchen and bathroom. The main house also boasts two games rooms containing a three-quarter size snooker table, dart board and table tennis. Outside, in the magnificent formal gardens, there is an open air heated swimming pool (available between May and October), with nearby hot tub and sauna.  For those who like exercise we offer a hard tennis court, croquet lawn, small football pitch, and bicycles of varying sizes. There are horses stabled on site and, with advance notice, we can provide riding for those of all abilities. 

History

Once the village Rectory dates from 1686 and was built by the Wickham family who provided a long line of Rectors until 1897.

Accommodation

The Grange is a majestic former Georgian Rectory, set in 17 acres of private grounds in the attractive Somerset village of Horsington.

Gardens

The beautiful gardens are a mixture of formal and parkland and are pleasure especially for those with horticultural knowledge.