We offer a choice of bed and breakfast accommodation here at Brewers Cottage.
The Annexe, our most recent addition, is a comfortable, light, quiet, space. It has its own private entrance, which means you can come and go as you please, a spacious bed sitting room with a large comfortable bed, wi-fi, a smart TV and an adjoining completely newly refitted wet room. Outside it has its own garden terrace and sitting area for you to enjoy in the sunshine.
There are a further two double rooms in the main house, one with its own ensuite shower room, the other with its own large bathroom.
All our rooms are quiet, warm and comfortable with luxurious Egyptian cotton sheets and fluffy towels.
Your stay includes a breakfast of locally sourced ingredients; fruit compote, yogurt, free range eggs and bacon, fresh baked bread, homemade preserves and honey from the hives in the garden.
The cottage is around 350 years old, comfortable, characterful and homely, set in gardens of around 3/4 of an acre.
If you don't feel like going out on one of the nights of your stay, we can provide a delicious evening meal for you prepared from the freshest local ingredients. Vegan and vegetarian options are always available.
Please ask for details and we will let you have some menu ideas to have a look at.
We would also encourage you to bring a nice bottle or two to enjoy during your stay.
There is a comfortable ground floor sitting room for your use if you are staying in the house, a perfect place to read a book or just relax by the fire after your meal.
If you click on the Sawday's logo at the bottom of the page it will take you to the Brewers Cottage page on their website, where you can find some recent guest reviews.
The Local Area
You will find us on the Northern edge of the ancient hamlet of Isle Brewers, right in the peaceful heart of rural Somerset, close to the Levels. The village is mid-way between the North and South Coasts, both less than an hour away. There are some lovely market towns and villages nearby . We are not far from both the A303 and the M5, so it is a perfect spot for a night or two's break on a journey westward, or on your way back home.
This part of Somerset is a little slice of heaven. The surrounding countryside is unspoilt with wonderful flora and fauna and big skies. There are also many National Trust properties and notable gardens to visit in the locality.
There are some very good pubs and places to eat locally. We can provide you with a list of many of them before your visit and we are always happy to help with reservations.
We recommend booking a table well in advance to avoid disappointment, as they do get busy, especially at weekends.