.Where to Stay?.
Glastonbury is a wonderful place to come and stay with its array of sacred sites including Glastonbury Tor, Chalice Well and Glastonbury Abbey. There are many major events, such as the Glastonbury Festival, Glastonbury Carnival, Goddess Conference, Crop Circle Conference and Megalithomania. Glastonbury has an excellent choice of hotels, bed & breakfast accommodation, retreat centres, self catering and camping. We would be grateful if you let our advertisers know that you have found them through The Oracle website.
16A Magdalene St, Glastonbury
Ideally Located In Town Centre. Behind Abbey Tea Rooms, in private close. One Twin, One Double Room, plus bed/settee in lounge. Can sleep six. Large sunny terraced garden, high ceilings, and lounge with 32" widescreen tv/dvd. non-smoking (smoking okay on terrace). Healing and Therapies offered close by. Lots of space. You will find at Divine Light, a perfect ambiance of tranquillity, and calm with all amenities thoughtfully provided including basic provisions, linens, heating, etc. Perfect for groups up to 10 with our other self-catering cottage Glastonbury Rose within view. Self Catering from £90 per night.
8 The High Street Glastonbury
Historic setting Modern amenities One self catering cottage
A four Bedroomed House
2 Double rooms 2 Twin rooms
Each room with en suite facility Rooms can be booked individually
Special rate for "whole house" booking Easy parking Garden Wi-Fi 07599216350 07526271398
Bere Lane, Glastonbury, Somerset
The Cubbyhole is a compact, newly refurbished ground-floor self-catering studio within easy walking distance of all Glastonbury attractions. Sleeps 1-3 (single bunk over double futon), with galley style kitchen, shower room, and covered courtyard area.01458 832377