Hotels in Somerset in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... gem. A pub/restaurant/hotel, it has 14 comfortable, albeit small rooms, a very cosy bar and a good quality restaurant. The rooms are furnished with big floral patterns in a very olde worlde fashion. Most rooms, and I've stayed in most rooms by now, have big soft double beds, a desk, tea/coffee facilities and a well appointed en-suite. The bar is right downstairs and is staffed by pleasent freindly individuals. The restaurant is lovely and the food id very tasty. Evening meal will cost around £25 for everything. The rooms are £55 per night, which seems a bit steep, considering it's a pub and in the middle of nowhere, but there... more
Customer Hotels in Somerset in general Reviews (2)
by - written on 11/10/01, updated on 11/10/01 (Very useful, 34 readings)
If you ever find yourself in the region of West Camel (near Yeovil), Somerset and you need somewhere comfortable to rest your head, then you could do worse than check out this little gem. A pub/restaurant/hotel, it has 14 comfortable, albeit small rooms, a very cosy bar and a good quality restaurant. The rooms are furnished with big floral patterns in a very olde worlde fashion. Most rooms, and I've stayed in most rooms by now, have big soft double beds, a desk, tea/coffee facilities and a well appointed en-suite. The bar is right downstairs and is staffed by pleasent freindly individuals. The restaurant is lovely and the food id very ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/08/01, updated on 20/08/01 (Very useful, 61 readings)
Glencot House Hotel, Wookey Hole If you fancy a relaxing, romantic weekend away, then Glencot House could be just what you’re looking for. I discovered it on www.information-britain.co.uk, when I was looking for a hideaway to take Mr Cheesemonster for our second wedding anniversary. Located just outside the village of Wookey Hole, in Somerset, it’s a little oasis of luxury hidden away down a leafy lane. The house, which is a gorgeous Victorian mansion, is set in 18 acres of grounds and parkland, and looks out over the river. With only 13 rooms, it is small enough to have those little personal touches that make it special. We booked a four ... Read the complete review
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