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Please note that we generally only accept advance bookings for two nights or more at weekends.

We generally operate a minimum two night stay policy between April – September. (One night bookings may be considered on request.)

Single occupancy rates only apply to single guests making bookings of two nights or more.

A non-refundable 50% deposit is payable to secure your booking.

Arrival times are typically between 4pm and 9.30pm, however if you need to arrive outside of these times, this can be arranged, but we will need to know in advance. However you may drop your luggage off earlier. Please indicate what time you will be arriving on the booking form or if this is not possible we ask that you contact us by email or telephone prior to your stay.

Check out is typically 10.30am, late checkout can be arranged but is subject to room availability.

Retreats and Group Bookings

We are more than happy to accommodate groups who are attending a course or doing a tour of local sites.  If you are interested in hiring all the rooms for a group please enquire by email about prices and availability.  We may be able to offer special discount rates for stays of 4 or more days during off season periods.    At the moment we can accommodate up to 6 singles in the house.

Directions and How to Find Us

Coming By Car

Post code for your satnav: BA68DE – please be aware that this may not get you all the way here as St Anne’s  is off of the main road down a private drive so please look at the instructions below.

We only have space for 3 cars so please call ahead and reserve a space,alternatively there is Drapers factory carpark 2 mins walk away of which we have agreed a special rate for our guests at £2 per 24hours. Please pay at the shop during opening hours or post your car registration along with your name and phone number through the red letter box and go and pay when the shop reopens and at weekends there will be parking attendants. Remember to mention you are staying with us to get this special rate. The entrance to St Annes is the blue gate opposite the Riflemans arms public house. Please call on 07747441547 if you need assistance with your luggage.

Coming from Castlecary/Shepton Mallet on the A361 road. You will pass Glastonbury Tor and then the Chalice Well Garden on your right. In about 100 yards you will pass a pub called the Rifleman’s Arms. You will then come to a mini roundabout, take the third exit off the mini roundabout into a private drive with two brick gateposts either side of the entrance. As you enter the private drive take the right hand drive signposted St Anne’s and head towards a pink garage and house – parking is in front of the house.

Coming from Street/M5 you enter Glastonbury on the A39 pass Brewer’s Fayre on left. At Wirrall Park Roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto the A361. Continue on the A361 at the next mini roundabout take the 2nd exit up the hill past the park on your left. Continue along Bere Lane. You will come to a mini roundabout, take the second exit into a private drive which is straight ahead of you. You will see two brick gateposts either side of the entrance to the drive. When you enter the drive immediately turn right and head towards the pink garage.

Coming from the direction of Wells on the A39. As you approach Glastonbury take the first exit off the roundabout and pass the entrance to Mendip Hospital on your left. Continue along Wells Road. After a mile pass the High Street on your right and enter Lambrook Street and then Chilkwell Street. At the junction between Chilkwell Street and Bere Lane there is a mini roundabout. Take the first exit on your left into a private drive. You will see two brick gate posts either side of the entrance to the drive. Turn right immediately towards pink garage.

Local Bus Services:

Route 29 TAUNTON-GLASTONBURY-WELLS via Creech St Michael, Othery, Street (Mon-Fri & Sat)

Route 77 YEOVIL-GLASTONBURY-WELLS via Somerton, Street (Mon-Fri & Sat)

Route 376 BRISTOL-GLASTONBURY-STREET via Temple Meads Temple Gate, Wells (Mon-Fri & Sat & Sun)

Please note that it is not possible to get a direct bus from Bristol airport, you have to get a bus from the airport to Bristol bus station and then get the 376 bus to Glastonbury.  For more info on local bus schedules go to the Somerset Buses Website.

Arriving by bus from Bristol: get off the bus at the top of the High Street by the Washing Well Laundrette. At the top of the High Street turn right and walk along Lambrook Street and then Chilkwell Street until you get to the mini roundabout. Turn left into a private drive with two brick gate posts either side. You will see an apple orchard to your left. Take the right hand drive and head towards the pink garage and detached pink house. The house itself is opposite the Rifleman’s Arms but it is set back from the road and slightly hidden by trees.

Buses between London and Glastonbury

Coaches between London and Glastonbury are run by National Express  (from London Victoria Bus Station) and Berry’s Coaches (from London Hammersmith Bus Station).  The National Express coaches connect with Heathrow Airport although there is only one direct bus a day and at other times you would have to travel via Bristol.  Buses from London arrive into Glastonbury at the bus stop by the town hall in Magdalene Street.  The easiest route to St Anne’s if you have a heavy suitcase is to proceed to the top of the High Street and then turn right onto Lambrook Street and proceed straight on into Chilkwell Street.  The entrance to St Anne’s is at the mini roundabout at the junction of Chilkwell Street and Bere Lane.  You can also walk via Bere Lane but there is more of an uphill slope that way.


The nearest railway station is Castle Cary on the LONDON PADDINGTON-TAUNTON-PENZANCE line.  For booking train journeys online The Trainline is a useful website.  Paddington Station has a high speed connection with Heathrow airport via the Heathrow Express.  There is no public transport between Castle Cary Station and Glastonbury so you would have to get a taxi which costs a minimum of £30.


Local taxi companies we recommend: Mum’s Taxi (specialising in taking travellers from Castle Cary rail station) and Zero Nine Taxis (local taxi company which can arrange do tours of sacred sites such as Avebury, Stonehenge and Tintagel).  Please be aware that Glastonbury is a small town and it can be difficult to get taxis at short notice especially at certain times like early on a Sunday morning.  It is therefore advisable to book your taxi well in advance.