The beds were so comfortable, we both slept really well. Breakfast was excellent. We were able to relax and felt well looked after. Catherine was knowledgeable about the local area and was helpful with directions and information. The room was quiet, spacious and very clean. 

Shirley Miller, (US) on 30th September 2011

Testimonials

  •  The Rosewood House b&b was an absolute gem! We were so lucky to have found it, the owners were the most lovely and accommodating couple who were helpful in every way. The room was fantastic, quite clean and like staying in a true "home". Breakfast was great, and Catherine catered it to our liking each morning, how nice! The prices were extremely reasonable, and though it seems to be in the middle of nowhere (perk), it is not far to get to Bridgwater which was where we had business. I would stay again anytime I came back, and hope to be able to do so in the future. Highly recommended!! 

    Nikki Polen, (US) on 29th November 2011

  •  Clean, tidy and well presented. Easy to find with sufficient parking in a quiet area and within walking distance of the local pub. A warm welcome from the owner and an excellent breakfast. Able to come and go as you please. Tea, coffee, biscuits and water in the room which were replenished when used. 

    Paul Smith on 28th November 2011

  •  The beds were so comfortable, we both slept really well. Breakfast was excellent. We were able to relax and felt well looked after. Catherine was knowledgeable about the local area and was helpful with directions and information. The room was quiet, spacious and very clean. 

    Shirley Miller, (US) on 30th September 2011

  •  As soon as we arrived at Rosewood House we were made to feel really welcome with tea and cakes in the garden. The house has a homely feel about it and our room was very comfortable. It was so nice to wake up and have a full english breakfast made with good quality local ingredients and then have a strole along the river bank taking in the view of Burrow Mump. A meal at the local pub is also highly recommended. 

    Lynne Johnson on 29th September 2011

  •  Situated on the Somerset levels in a small village with lots of easy walks. Taunton the county town is approx. 9 miles away but well worth a visit. We went for the cricket to see the final game of the championship and Lancs won. The village has an excellent friendly pub with good food and local beer. Rosewood itself was friendly and very clean, no breakfast menu but your request was their command and well cooked with if possible local ingredients. 

    edward billington on 29th September 2011

  •  The couple running Rosewood House were lovely, and really welcoming, as soon as we arrived. The added amusement from the pets was a welcome distraction after our long drive too -one cat stuck on the roof of the house, another trying to launch itself at a tree, and the dog running around like a whirlwind - the combination really made it more special than your typical B+B. When we arrived, Catherine (owner) asked if we had plans for dinner, and recommended the local pub, she even phoned to check if they had any space and booked us in... the extra mile that's so rare lately. Definitely recommend the King Alfred - more than pub grub. The full english the following morning was really tasty and served in a lovely dining room. Really good value for money; massive room; comfy bed and plenty of storage space; powerful shower (a must) and a view of the river and fields. If we are ever down in Somerset again, we'll be sure to look them up. 

    Lisa Fairgrieve on 31st August 2011

  •  Large well presented room. Friendly and helpful owners. Quiet relaxing environment with a lovely view. A great place to stay if you want to escape from the commercial world. Breakfast was delicious. The local pub served good food. There is a walk you can do up the local mump. We travelled to Cheddar and Glastonbury in the car from here quite easily. An all round good experience. 

    Georgina Painter on 27th August 2011

  •  The couple running Rosewood House were lovely, and really welcoming, as soon as we arrived. The added amusement from the pets was a welcome distraction after our long drive too -one cat stuck on the roof of the house, another trying to launch itself at a tree, and the dog running around like a whirlwind - the combination really made it more special than your typical B+B. When we arrived, Catherine (owner) asked if we had plans for dinner, and recommended the local pub, she even phoned to check if they had any space and booked us in... the extra mile that's so rare lately. Definitely recommend the King Alfred - more than pub grub. The full english the following morning was really tasty and served in a lovely dining room. Really good value for money; massive room; comfy bed and plenty of storage space; powerful shower (a must) and a view of the river and fields. If we are ever down in Somerset again, we'll be sure to look them up. 

    Lisa Fairgrieve on 26th August 2011

  •  The apartment was beautifully decorated with extraordinary attention to detail. Location was superb - could not fault and look forward to hopefully one day coming back. 

    Anne Connolly, (CA) on 29th July 2011

  •  A stuning landscape from the window, clean, well-equipped stylish room. Comfortable big bed. Outstanding breakfast. Friendly, flexible hosts. A home away from home. Maybe even better... 

    Tibor Morocz, (HU) on 24th June 2011

  •  Went away for husband's birthday treat, for some reflection on life at present! Stayed in Rosewood self catering annexe, absolutely brilliant, just what we wanted. Time away from home for a short time. No pressure to arrive for breakfast at certain time. Comfort, cleanliness and practical touches everywhere (ie small torch to use when walking back from Pub). Scenery fantastic too, from balcony looking over River Parrett, saw deer in distance jumping across fields. Would return. 

    Sue Higley on 28th May 2011

  •  We stumbled across Rosewood House by accident. Despite ringing out of the blue, and fairly late in the day, we were given a wonderfully warm welcome and were delighted by the quality of the accommodation. Nothing was too much trouble - and there was the added bonus of being able to walk out of the garden onto the Somerset Levels, with the Burrow Mump on the horizon. Breakfast, the next morning, was excellent.

    I shall certainly return - and have passed on the contact details to many friends, since my stay. 

    Tina Powell on 10th April 2011

Rosewood House B & B is rated 4.9 out of 5 by its guests, 47 reviews and counting!