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Comfy bed and lovely staff. The walls are thin so noisy guests are inescapable (that's the only downside) - but the staff dealt with the inconsiderate people quickly.
Only stopped one night - suited our needs Everything within walking distance No restaurant here but area was available to eat your own food Tea and coffee facilities available Staff knowledgeable on local entertainment Not a great deal of parking but payable parking over the road
I was disappointed that there was not a bin in the bathroom, or access to a hairdryer on my second morning. In addition, I booked a room with breakfast, but breakfast was actually not provided.
Nice and peaceful location although the floorboards creaked a little, so when someone visited the bathroom at night they woke the others in the room up..
My stay was so I could visit my 90 year old aunt who had recently move to a village near bye from Essex, Access , Service and value for money was excellent. I will most certainly return on my next visit to see her.
If you want people to do these feedback so stop making them so long a good or bad tick box would do
We only stayed for 2 nights we were shown to our room by one of the owners who came across as very pleasant and cheerful. Gave us directions to the shopping areas and the beach front and where the car parks were. Our reason for visiting Minehead was that we were meeting up with family who were staying ...
Somerset is packed full of history and culture, with wide-open spaces and a coastline full of historic marinas, harbours and seaside resorts such as Weston-super-Mare. From fishing and climbing to cycling, walking and paragliding, there's always plenty to do here for all ages, even in winter. Somerset is famous for its annual events such as carnivals too, and booking a holiday at a Somerset B&B or guesthouse means you'll always find something local going on to enhance your enjoyment. Try staying at one of Somerset's many excellent two star hotels when you visit for a stay that won't break the bank, but doesn't skimp on quality either.
Somerset has a whole host of attractions for every kind of visitor, from the wilds of Exmoor National Park to the Roman remains in Bath and the magnificent cathedral at Wells. In Somerset's two cities and 30 towns you'll find a great range of accommodation options, including everything from the traditional family-run B&B in any town or village to plush hotels in Bath and other locations. The variety of two star hotels in Somerset helps you spread the cost of a holiday here, whilst at the same time providing you with everything you need for a great break. Visit the seaside attractions of Weston-super-Mare or the cultural and historic glories of Bath and Wells, and have a comfortable, smart and welcoming base to return to in the evenings.
The availability of good quality two star hotels in Somerset means that you'll never be at a loss when it comes to finding a suitable place to stay in one of England's most traditional and attractive counties. In addition to natural attractions like Cheddar Gorge and Wookey Hole, historic monuments such as Dunster Castle and Glastonbury Abbey remain perennially popular, and there are lots of good theme parks for the kids too. Your two star hotel will typically have a bar-lounge space for relaxing with refreshments at any time, and a small dining room for breakfasts and any other meals you've decided on. WiFi is usually available, and as these are often smaller hotels you'll enjoy personalised attention from the staff. The reasonable cost will help offset your other holiday expenses and leave you with more for wining, dining and general enjoyment.
If you're coming for the shopping you won't be disappointed either. The farmers' markets are particularly active in this part of England, and there's all manner of fresh produce to be had. Many of the towns like Taunton have interesting antique shops for picking up bargains, and in Bath and Wells you have a choice of world-class designer and boutique outlets. The great pleasure of shopping in historic cities such as Wells is that you have the convenience of modern shopping outlets and the close proximity of excellent dining and entertainment venues, cultural attractions and nightlife - all within walking distance. Based at a hotel in Somerset close to any of the towns or cities you'll have all this and more at your fingertips.