The Green Farm

The picturesque village of Faulkland is situated approximately ten miles south of Bath on the A366 road between Norton St Philip and Radstock. It lies in open countryside and has a village green, stocks and a duck pond. There is also a Public House, a Lavender Farm with its shop and cafe. The nearest village Shop/Post Office is within two miles.

As well as the numerous and varied attractions of Bath, with its Thermal Bath Spa, Georgian Crescents, Roman Remains, Floral Gardens and Shops, Longleat House and the beautiful lake and grounds at Stourhead are all within easy reach. Wells, with its magnificent cathedral, together with Wookey Hole and Cheddar are just a short drive to the south west.

A little further afield and to the south east is Stonehenge, Avebury and the cathedral city of Salisbury. To the north of Bath are Cirencester and Cheltenham and the many beautiful villages of the Cotswold. Lacock Abbey and the Fox Talbot museum are nearby and within the immediate vicinity of Faulkland there are a number of country walks and the area as a whole is well served with notable restaurants and good public houses.