Hunter's Moon, Glastonbury, Somerset
Walking into Hunter’s Moon is to step into a fantasy. Cocooned by nature, you enjoy seclusion and privacy in this stunning luxury retreat. The sense of escape can only be truly appreciated when surrounded by the sheer quality and high standard that Hunter’s Moon offers you.
From the tree that runs centrally through the property, to the entertainment pod with its twinkling constellations, you sense that this is a very special adventure. A truly magical house in a mystical location.
Hunter's Moon Highlights
Luxury Retreat near Beautiful Glastonbury
The property is positioned on a powerful ley line, in the constellation of Sagittarius within the Glastonbury Zodiac. Historically, Pennard Hill is understood to be the place where King Arthur’s army kept its horses for their natural protection, as it was surrounded by water when the Isle of Avalon was truly an island. The stream below the property is still known locally as Witches Dip, from the days of sorcery and witchcraft.
The house personifies this mystical atmosphere, and a spirit that still attracts so many people to this part of the world. The organic feel of the property evokes an otherworldly air, projected from the realm of a fairytale. With its origins as a tiny cottage with an open fireplace dating back to 1580, it has been extended to the east and west over the years to become a truly extraordinary and unique destination.
The Entertainment Pod
With a starlit ceiling of more than a thousand stars forming galaxies & constellations
The focal point of our entertainment is the pod, a thirty foot oval room with underfloor heating and state-of-the-art B&O TV, HiFi and surround sound system, which switches through the sound to the snug if needed.
With a lit star ceiling of more than a thousand galaxies and constellations, it's truly magical after dark. See if you can spot 'The Hunter'?
Glastonbury & Glastonbury Tor
Steeped in Ancient, Medieval Sites & Rich in Myth
Glastonbury is a very quirky town with many colourful fronted shops. It is steeped in history mythology and mystique. There are hippies, druids, finely dressed goddesses, pagans and a lot of weirdness to experience. Enjoy the many cafes, bakeries, vegetarian eateries, bars, inns and restaurants.
The striking Glastonbury Tor is nearby, topped by the 15th century roofless St Michael's Tower it offers spectacular sunrises, sunsets and wonderful views over the Somerset Levels.