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Tormarton is mentioned in Domesday Book as paying 8 hides in taxation. The brass on the floor of the church nave is of a man in civilian clothes with a "penner and inkhorn".
"Tor" is tower and "marton" is mearck meaning boundary, the boundary between Mercia and Wessex. The cottage of the north west side of the churchyard was once part of a college of priests. The large house across the road, opposite the church, is Tormarton Court, at one time a rectory.
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Tormarton South Gloucestershire GL9 1HS Fax: 01454 218563
Property type: Farmhouse B & B
Constructed of Cotswold Stone, Chestnut Farm is surrounded by gardens and fields, it was built in 1828 by the 9th Duke of Beaufort and is situated on the edge of the village of Tormarton. Open all year. Parking available. French, Italian and Spanish spoken. Dogs accepted for a small charge.
Distance from path: On route
OS reference: 769791
1 single ensuite room
5 double ensuite rooms
2 twin ensuite rooms
Last updated: 12/29/2016
Tormarton South Gloucestershire GL9 1JB Fax: 01454 218741
Property type: Country House Hotel Accreditations: 2 Star Hotel
Historic hotel in quiet, West Country village of Tormarton. The Best Western Compass Inn stands in six acres, in the heart of the country. Ideally suited for visiting Bristol, Bath and walking The Cotswold Way. Offering excellent access from around the country for all meetings and accommodation requirements, both business and leisure. Television, Internet, Hairdryer, Limited Room service.