The Moonraker Hotel (Trowle Manor Farm House)

Grade II* listed The farm on Trowle Common was once part of the Abbess of Glastonbury’s estate, and the original farmhouse dates back to the late 15th century. The main house was rebuilt around 1700 to mirror the architecture of Bath but in a rural setting. It was converted from a private residence in 1987 to become the Old Manor Hotel. Following another change in ownership in 2014, it became The Moonraker Hotel.




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