Medieval elegance meets boutique panache at this former 12th-century Georgian townhouse. Number One Bruton has been beautifully renovated as a 12-bedroom hotel with an outstanding farm-to-table restaurant in a discreetly trendy village of Bruton in Somerset.
Number One Bruton is in the heart of the high street in the arty town of Bruton. Somerset is rich in craft heritage and artistry, greatly celebrated in the design and food. Somerset and Bruton have seen a number of British artists setting up in this lovely village.
Victorian tiled corridor, Georgian floor patterns, antique furniture and lovely colours all over. The hotel has three types of accommodations: Townhouses, Cottages (small apartments) and The Forge with a more minimal and industrial look.
The young Michelin-starred chef Merlin Labron-Johnson manages Osip, the farm-to-table restaurant. He gained a Michelin Star at the age of 24, and uses local organic, biodynamic vegetables and low waste.
From £130 (minimum two-night stay for Fridays and Saturdays) per night for 2 people, including breakfast.
1 High Street | Bruton BA10 0AB, UK.