Park Farm, the former Home Farm to Orchardleigh Estate, was built in 1863 by George Devey (1820–1886), a British architect notable for his work on country houses and their estates, especially those belonging to the Rothschild family. Indeed Charles Voysey studied under him later to become a founder member of the Arts and Crafts movement. He often tried to create an artificial impression of a building’s age, and of its development over time, something that comes through in the design of Park Farm House. Situated on the outskirts of the picturesque village of Lullington the house is set in its own grounds with far reaching views. The house is very much our home offering occasional top quality bed and breakfast in lovely quiet surroundings whilst only being 10 miles from Bath.
There is a large well-established garden including a small orchard alongside a tennis court and 12m swimming pool. Although the tennis court and pool are generally for the private use of the family, we can make arrangements for these to be enjoyed by our B&B guests on certain occasions.