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Middlewick boasts a variety of charming accommodation options, including 10 beautifully crafted stone cottages, 2 log cabins with modern amenities, and 3 enchanting Glamping E-dens. Together, they offer comfortable lodging for up to 50 guests.

Every one of Middlewick’s cottages, cabins, and glamping abodes is unique, but they all showcase the same meticulous attention to detail. From sensitively carried-out restorations to carefully chosen furnishings adorned with original artwork, each space offers a distinctive charm. Consider these accommodations as not just rooms, but rather hotel suites providing a unique blend of comfort and style. Embrace restful nights in luxury cotton bedding and wrap yourself in the embrace of soft, fluffy white towels upon waking. It's all part of the Middlewick experience, designed with your utmost comfort in mind.

Two Ways of Booking Accommodations

  1. The Story Summit has two large cottages on hold – Mendip View and the Meadow Barn Cottage. Book through Story Summit for one of these two lovely options. You can click on the link for either property to get a better sense of the layout. When you register for your Writers-in-Residence fee, you'll receive a link for booking your room.

  2. Alternatively, you may prefer a bit more privacy and opt to register directly with Middlewick for one of their other delightful cottages. If you do so, be sure to use the promotional code "writing" to take advantage of a special Story Summit discount.

Whichever route you choose, we look forward to welcoming you and creating wonderful stories together!

If you have questions, Story Summit managing director, David Kirkpatrick, has made himself available by Zoom to help you in your decision-making process. David has been to Middlewick twice and to Glastonbury six times. He has also stayed at the Meadow Barn Cottage once with friends and another time at the Tor View Cabin. You can book a 15-minute Zoom with him through Calendly. You can talk to David about anything from taxis and “Where are the washer-dryers?” to extending your adventure to the Scottish Highlands or to Ireland.

While at the Middlewick Story Summit, David plans to visit Swansea, Wales, to spend time at the boathouse and writing spot of one of his favorite poets, Dylan Thomas.

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