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TravelPod Member ReviewsFosse Farmhouse Nettleton
It took a while to find Fosse Farmhouse as the GPS did not have it listed and there was no wifi or 3G access so we couldn't use Google Maps. With some helpful directions from the locals we finally got there. The B&B is a combination of cottages and other converted rooms. We are in an old greenhouse. Breakfast was very good and the girls who are running the farmhouse do a great job.
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City of Bath
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