Farmhouse Frequently Asked Questions

How do we get to Durslade Farmhouse?

Our postcode is BA10 0NL. The entrance to the site is marked by the two Hauser & Wirth Somerset signs.

By Train:
Our nearest train station is Bruton, which is less than a 10-minute walk away via Hauser & Wirth community allotments. Follow the signposts from the station to Hauser & Wirth Somerset.

Is our dog welcome?

Yes, dogs are welcome in the Farmhouse.

Who will meet us when we arrive?

When you arrive, please go to the Farm Shop. Here, a member of the team will greet you and show you to the Farmhouse. During your stay, we have on-site management available, and you will be able to contact a team member for any issues either via phone call, email or by dropping into the Farm Shop.

Where can we get food from?

So you don’t have to lift a finger, we can arrange for meals to be prepared in the fridge for you to cook at a time that suits you, or for that extra special occasion, we can provide a private chef experience.

Farm Shop, located across the courtyard from Farmhouse, is a great place to stock up on essentials and holiday treats. You can place an order online before you arrive, and we will put it in the fridge and cupboards for you. Farm Shop is open seven days a week: Tuesday – Saturday from 9 am – 6 pm and Sunday – Monday from 9 am – 5 pm.

What will be in the kitchen when we arrive?

Complimentary goodies from the Farm Shop include a selection of fruit, a loaf of bread, eggs, jam, local butter and milk, and a sweet treat. Kitchen essentials of coffee pods, tea, sugar, salt, pepper, and olive oil are also available.

Can we park our car on-site?

There is a car park on-site, which is a 2-minute walk away from the Farmhouse. If you have lots of luggage, please speak to our team and you can drive to the front of the Farmhouse to unload before you park.

Will we be able to charge an electric car?

At present, there is no charging point for electric cars on the site.

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