“Another joyous September weekend at Parsonage- Thank you Suki and the Quantocks.” Jenny, Hester, Helen and Diana, September 2013
"We have enjoyed a wonderfully relaxing time here. The food is a joy- possibly the best pizza I've ever eaten! We love the log fires and the beautiful gardens and the really free range hens. Thank you so much for your friendly hospitality." Alison, April 2011
"A magical few days in such peaceful surroundings. The walled garden is a delight and it was so warm we sat out most afternoons on the upper lawn enjoying the vista..." Alastair and Jean, April 2011
"A jewel in the Quantock Crown!" Judy and John, September 2011
"Such a welcoming house and wonderful hospitality..." Rosemary and Peter, October 2011
"We're going to do the Coleridge Way and we couldn't have found a better place to stay to start our walk tomorrow morning..." Paul and Renee, July 2010
"We're inspired by the countryside, the gardens, the food and commitment to being green." David and Mary Margaret, August 2010
"A perfect b and b in every respect. Thanks, Suki. Your skill, craft and expertise made this a wonderful holiday" Ian and Judith, August 2010
"One of the most beautiful B and B's we have ever stayed in. Beauty and comfort everywhere. And the most enjoyable of breakfasts as well..." Jenny and Ben, August 2010
"I cannot think of anything that would make Parsonage Farm more perfect. A wonderful place..." Beth, October 2010
What the Media Says
Parsonage Farm has been in the news as well as some recent publications. Here is what has been said:
The Guardian, Saturday 24-01-09, Travel Feature:
This eclectic farmhouse with a 'go slow' attitude to food and hospitality is the perfect antithesis of boutique B&Bs.
"Hooves clop past as I descend for breakfast at a long table beside a fire and Suki's mini shop-on-a-windowsill. This is piled with multi-coloured socks from Vermont, handcrafts from Malawi, and a few bits of her own pottery (there is more in her studio outside). How fab, I can combine the mutual pleasures of swigging organic home-pressed apple juice and a little light shopping...
... I’m totally relaxed in this place, it’s slightly hippy, eclectic and wonderful. It’s not for you if you want giant wet rooms and Frette linen, but what’s on offer here has made a more lasting impression on me."
Sally Shalam, The Guardian, view the full Guardian article.
Go Slow England, by Alastair Sawday:
“The delight in being here comes from many sources- the family, their house, the garden , their values, the sheer beauty of it all....”
Country Homes and Interiors, August 2008:
“Food is so fresh here, it practically walks off the plate...”
Country Kitchen, September 2008:
Click here to see the article on Suki's Porridge.
We have also been in the May 2008 Guardian booklet:
Bed and Breakfast Directory, More than 1,000 of Britain’s Finest B&B’s