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Cottages in Glastonbury

Luxury cottages, romantic retreats and many more perfect Glastonbury properties

From festival accommodation to lovely luxury cottages, there’s no better way to explore the beauty of Glastonbury than with an amazing Mulberry Cottages escape. Find your fantastic getaway in Glastonbury today.


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  • 9 2 reviews
    9 2 reviews

    Shapwick , Somerset

    Ref: M196533
    Wifi Car parking on site Rural Location Enclosed Garden / Patio Ground Floor Facilities
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Cottages in Glastonbury

If you’re looking for scenic beauty, amazing history or just somewhere civilised to sleep while enjoying the dance, music, comedy, and theatre of the famous festival then Glastonbury cottages are the perfect holiday option.

Find luxury cottages in Glastonbury that offer a warmer welcome, with gorgeous furnishings and all the amenities you need to enjoy the lap of luxury. Our romantic cottages are perfect for a cosy weekend away, with stunning views, open fires and more. You can also choose from pet-friendly accommodation in Glastonbury, family friendly escapes and much more.

Things to Do in Glastonbury

Glastonbury is famous for its 5 day festival of contemporary music with dance, comedy, theatre, circus, cabaret, and other arts. The Glastonbury Tor rises dramatically from the flat landscape of the Somerset Levels, close to the town of Glastonbury, to a height of 158 metres. The Tor is topped by the tower of a ruined 15th-century church (St Michael's).

The hill and its approaches are owned by the National Trust, and offer free public access, but visitors are advised to walk there from the town centre, or to take the 'Tor Bus', due to parking restrictions around the site. Views from the summit are stunning in all directions - north to Wells, the Mendips and the Bristol Channel; east to Shepton Mallet and Wiltshire; south to the Polden Hills, west to the Quantocks and Exmoor.

The town and surrounding villages are renowned for their mystic and celtic traditions. The legends of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table abound and it is believed that King Arthur lived in this area of Somerset with King Arthurs grave located in Glastonbury Abbey grounds.

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