Visit Mells and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:
Mells, Somerset. One of Somerset's prettiest villages. Coal was mined nearby until the 19th century Mells is unspoilt, with grey and yellow stone cottages, a good church (1460—70) in a lawn-like churchyard, and an Elizabethan manor house. The latter was for some years owned by a family by the name of Homer. The house is just West of the church. Mells Park House, a little further West, is the work of Sir Edwin Lutyens. The church has fine stone-vaulting to its porch roof and under its tower, and a beautiful timber roof (1520) to the Homer Chapel.
Leigh-on-Mendip, 3 miles South West, has a fine church with a splendid tower and particularly good bench-ends.
Nearby towns: Frome, Midsomer Norton, Shepton Mallet
Nearby villages: Beckington, Buckland Dinham, Charlton, Chesterblade, Chilcompton, Coleford, Downhead, East Cranmore, Feltham, Hardington, Hemington, Holcombe, Kilmersdon, Laverton, Leigh upon Mendip, Leighton, Lullington, Norton St Philip, Nunney, Paulton, Radstock, Rode, Stratton-on-the-Foss, Tytherington, Wanstrow, West Cranmore, Woolverton
Have you decided to visit Mells or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:
- a Mells bed and breakfast (a Mells B&B or Mells b and b)
- a Mells guesthouse
- a Mells hotel (or motel)
- a Mells self-catering establishment, or
- other Mells accommodation