The Grange

The Grange is a majestic and luxurious former Georgian rectory sleeping up to twenty two people, the perfect place to stay with your friends and family for that special celebration, or just for a relaxed break. With our beautiful Orangery seating up to 50 people we are the ideal place for intimate wedding receptions. For corporate clients we offer relaxation, break out rooms and complete privacy. Your stay can be anything from totally self catered to fully catered with a range of options in between. 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 a four-oven Aga, and eight bedrooms accommodating up to eighteen people. The Dovecote sleeps a further four.

Dear Guests, 

We would like to assure you that we at the Grange are doing everything possible to minimize any risk of infection or contamination of the premises by COVID-19.  So, following Government and other guidelines, we are undertaking the following:

Thorough cleaning and disinfecting of all surfaces including: door knobs, kitchen work surfaces, handrails, table tops, chairs, bathroom fittings, and any other surfaces our hands come into contact with.

Provision of effective hand sanitizers at a number of points around the property.   Guests are kindly asked to make use of them.

 Before our guests check in, thorough cleaning and disinfecting of all areas by our staff will have been carried out. The cleaning products they are using are those recognized and accepted as being able to neutralize and kill the COVID virus.

We would also like, politely, to remind all our guests and potential guests of the need to wash hands regularly and thoroughly, and we ask that all of your party adhere to current Government COVID guidelines.

For up-to-date information on COVID and health advice, please look at : 




In addition to the above, should any guest due to come to stay at the Grange be exhibiting any symptom of COVID-19 infection, then that person must not visit the property, but remain in self-isolation in their own home, as per Government ruling.

No-one who is self-isolating must visit the Grange.

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