We will be keeping up to date on any changes to restrictions, and are eager to welcome all guests back to Toghill as soon as we are able to.
Welcome to Toghill House Farm
A beautiful historic guesthouse and working farm on the edge of the Cotswolds.
Toghill House was built in 1691 and originally used as a resting house for monks travelling between Glastonbury and Malmesbury. It was restored in 1861 as a working farm and now offers a traditional B&B service for the travellers of today exploring this charming part of the country.
Visitors to Toghill can relax in rooms in the main farmhouse or barn conversion, all of which have been carefully decorated to reflect the history of the buildings. Our guesthouse also boasts stunning views over the River Severn, the Bristol Channel, the hills of Wales and the Brecon Beacons.
As a guest you will be invited to enjoy visiting our working farm during your stay, to walk around, meet the animals and make use of the stables and arena for your own horse if required
Toghill House Farm and bed and breakfast is run by the Bishop family, who are devoted to making your stay a truly pleasurable experience.
Toghill’s working farm warmly welcomes all bed and breakfast guests and offers you a real taste of rural life. In fact, visitors to the farm are often greeted by its very friendly team of cats and dogs as they arrive.
Animals on the farm include sheep, bantams, horses and a Shetland pony. Walking routes have been marked out throughout the farm grounds and you can choose short walks or full-day or half-day outings.
The old overgrown coaching road from Bristol to London can still be seen running past Toghill House and tales are still told of the highwaymen who used it.
The city of Bath is just a five-minute drive away and Gloucester and Cheltenham can be reached in less than an hour. The picturesque village of Castle Combe is five minutes away and historic Lacock, with its museum and abbey, is a 30-minute drive.
Nearby attractions include Berkeley Castle; the Wild Fowl Trust at Slimbridge; The National Arboretum at Tetbury; Badminton, home of the horse trials, and National Trust property Dyrham House and deer park.
In the Bristol direction, attractions include the famous Avon gorge and Clifton suspension bridge, the SS Great Britain and the Maritime Museum, plus the redeveloped dockside area, all reached in around 30 minutes.
The village of Wick is about one mile away from Toghill House and has shops, a post office and a pub and restaurant.