Sleeps up to 14
7 Bedrooms, 4 Bathrooms
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From the moment you see the grand stone exterior and cobbled courtyard, you’ll know that this ever-so-charming home is steeped in history. It's a former malthouse that’s over 300 years old and filled with traditional features. When you step into the entrance hall, you’re entering through the large oak door onto the original cart-way, and as you start trying to choose which bedroom you want to lay claim to, you’ll be winding your way up a turret stairway with rope bannisters, surrounded by wooden beams and original fireplaces. The interior has been fully renovated, with a modern handmade kitchen, squishy sofas, and cute-as-a-button bedrooms. Sip your afternoon tea perched on the sunny window seat with a good book in hand...
Outdoor fireplace / firepit
Desk / workplace
Laptop friendly workspace
The striking features and hidden details that caught our eye
Sit down for cheese and wine at the outdoor dining area
Curl up with a book on one of a few comfortable window seats
Spend chilly evenings snuggled up by the wood-burning stove
Choose from the extensive book collection for a spot of bedtime reading
Work from home at the dedicated office space
Admire the characterful features like the old cart way entrance hall
Enjoy beautiful views of farmland and explore the countryside around Norton St Philip
Feel centuries of history in this converted malthouse
Sip a drink in the one of the country's oldest pubs, right next door
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Nearest bus stop
2 mins walk
Local taxi and rideshare services available
All the details
Check-in from 15:00
Check out by 11:00
Get a full refund when you cancel up until 30 days before check‑in. Get a 50% refund when you cancel up until 7 days before check‑in.
Children welcome (1-12 years)
Infants welcome (under 12 months)
Parties & events possible – please talk to your host
Good to know
Wifi speed: 47Mbps
No air con
2 mins walk to nearest bus stop
What the photos might not tell you, but we do
As the home is over 300 years old it has some quirky unevenness
The home shares a car park and entrance gate with the cottage next door – there is however six spaces
The ground floor bedroom and bathroom have just a couple of steps – this room wouldn't suit those with any mobility issues who may struggle with the spiral staircase
Some of the bedrooms have zip-and-link beds which can be set up as two single beds or as a double bed - please let the host know how you would like them arranged
A small amount of wood for the fireplace is supplied for two nights – if you're staying longer, you can order more in advance at an additional cost of £45 per week
Dogs are allowed in this home, but an additional fee of £45 will apply
Beds and bathrooms
7 bedrooms, 8 beds
Feel free to enquire about arranging those extra-special services with your host when booking the home.
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Your host Deborah
This home is managed directly by its owner who will be your point of contact before and during your stay.
Deborah fell head over heels for the Malthouse and lovingly restored it to where it is now. She enjoys spending quality time in it with friends and family as well as renting the place out for her guests. It's fair to say, you will be well looked after during your stay here.
This home is a Plum Guide Award winner. Find out more