I can't recommend this place highly enough. We found it by chance - we were looking on Expedia for a place to break a journey from St Ives to London - and we couldn't have been happier with our decision. First of all, it was excellent value - we are a family of four, and used to having to squeeze into stupidly small 'family' rooms in mainstream hotels. Our room at the White Hart was huge, well appointed and very comfortable, at a surprisingly reasonable price which included a continental breakfast with freshly baked croissants. Secondly, the team at the hotel are friendly, helpful and genuine - there was nothing artificial or pushy about the way they related to us. Thirdly, it's a genuine pub with rooms above (although we heard no noise from the bar at all when we retired) with an excellent selection of local ales. Fourthly, the restaurant is great - fresh ingredients assembled with care and imagination. The wine menu was good too. And finally, it's in a beautiful location which is off the beaten track but is well worth a visit.
Steve from London
A pleasant Hamstone Grade II listed coaching inn dating from 1735, the White Hart is a comfortable, family run hotel in the …More
beautiful house ,lovely warm and friendly staff, entirely very pleasant experience without a single hitch.
A perfect breakfast in a warm and attractive conservatory .
Only wished we could have stayed longer!
many thanks to the team who made our stay so pleasant ands comfortable
tony from durham
Ash House is a family owned and run country house hotel. The building has been carefully and tasteful maintained and improved …More
It was the break we needed on our travels around the UK. One night in this lovely easy to find hotel was the refreshing change we needed. Our lovely room opened out onto a garden setting which made for a relaxing afternoon. Having a restaurant and bar within the complex made our meals a pleasurable walk away.
Tarnia & Colin from NZ
The Hollies Hotel is located in the delightful countryside of South Somerset. Situated in the picturesque village of Martock …More
Easy to find,plenty of parking. First impression very good with neat lawn and flower beds.
Friendly reception and very quick to issue room key and take dinner booking.
Our room ( No 29) was upstairs in the annexe and was massive. The bed was the biggest I have ever seen.
Dining was a pleasure and a reasonable price by todays standards.
Ken from Wales, UK
Welcome to The Yeovil Court Hotel & Restaurant a charming 3 star hotel in the South West of England on the outskirts of …More
Travelled to Yeovil for a family party on Saturday night. The Preston was recommended. Proved to be a good choice for one night stay and convenient to the party venue. Very well maintained local pub with good clean functional bedrooms. Suitably and appropriately priced, we got value for our money.
I called prior to confirm a twin room and this was re-iterated on check in. The proprietor welcomed and checked us in. She was very hospitable and informative. She informed us that there was a private party at the pub and we would not be affected by the noise as we were in the rooms at the back of the pub.
Although, we arrived an hour earlier than check in time, the room was all ready for us.The room was a spacious twin room, spotlessly clean.
Breakfast was plentiful and well presented. The waitress was wonderful. Very polite, chatty, friendly and very helpful. Despite how busy she got, she still was cheerful and polite.The self service element at breakfast is a practical solution but the single waitress was overwhelmed as it seemed like all the guests came down for breakfast just after 9am. We were lucky that we came a little earlier as the waitress could attend to us fully. Sadly as more and more guests arrived, she was struggling to clear dirty tables, replenish coffee, bread, juice, and milk.. Which then defeats the self service! She needed a helper during that 60-90 minute period to clear tables, relay them and replenish stocks... May be something for the owner to note.
Pat from London
The Preston Hotel is a handsome Victorian house with additional detached motel style accommodation, offering a total of 13 …More
We were in room 3 which was quite small but had everything we needed. But beware it is on top of the kitchen and the extractor duct passes through the room which is very noisy but stopped by about 10.30pm. We didn't eat there in the evening but it seemed very popular. The continental breakfast was good.
You are sure to have one of the best sleeps of your life at the The Green Room Guest House Yeovil accommodation thanks to …More
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