Chris & Glenda, the owners of Ashbourne House would like to welcome you.

We are looking forward to building upon the excellent reputation Ashbourne House has achieved over the years in Burnham-on-Sea. The guest house has undergone a comprehensive refurbishment  to make your stay with us even more enjoyable.

The house is only 100 metres from the beach, and a five minute walk from the town centre where you will find many restaurants and cafes, along with Burnham's other seaside attractions. Burnham-on-Sea is a wonderful base to explore the West Country, just off Junction 22 of the M5 and within easy reach of Bristol, Cheddar Gorge, Taunton, Glastonbury, Wells, and the Somerset Levels. 

We offer five bedrooms, 2 double, 1 twin and 2 family sized. All are newly refurbished to a high standard, with en-suite, hair driers, Freeview TV and full tea & coffee making facilities. 

A modern conservatory with TV and a homely dining room are also for use by our guests. We also offer free WI-FI broadband.  
There is ample parking available.

Prices include a delicious full English Breakfast

Help yourself to a selection of cereals, fruit juice and fresh fruit and yogurts and a choice of white or wholemeal toast, A cafetiere of fresh coffee, pot of tea or if you prefer a selection of fruit teas.

For your main course choose from bacon, eggs, tomato mushrooms and sausage all freshly cooked to order

We are in a perfect location to access all of Somerset's tourist attraction, such as the Grand pier at Weston-super-MareGlastonbury,Cheddar GorgeWells Cathedral and Wookey Hole. A great site for exploring what Somerset has to offer is the So Somerset website. Local to Burnham-on-Sea is the quality links golf course, Burnham & Berrow Golf Club. We also cater for cyclists and fishermen.

We are located at:

17 Berrow Road Ashbourne House



Contact us today!

If you have any queries or wish to make an appointment, please contact us:


+44 01278 795381 +44 01278 795381


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