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It was ideal for a short break, room very good, ice machine excellent, staff very helpful. The only recommendation would be that you should check that the previous people have not set the alarm on the TV, ours went off at 5am (not very impressive)
Visiting relatives necessitated an overnight stay. We found this little gem of a place through search engines. You're never sure whether you'll like somewhere until you experience the facilities, staff and hospitality. A*A*A* Our room was spacious, the bed king size with an extremely comfortable ...
This is a quaint property with everything you expect from a place built in the 1400s. The restaurant and bar area has many of the features of an old property such as beams, low ceilings and slab floors. The room we had was a large one in a converted older out building at the front of the property. ...
Somerset is a county of plentiful variety, characterised by rolling hills and rich farmland and sprinkled with ancient monuments from standing stones and Glastonbury Tor to the Roman remains at Bath. Medieval fortresses such as Dunster Castle and Nunney Castle beckon on holidays to Somerset, and there are numerous farmers' markets and festivals in the towns and villages to enjoy too. Many visitors choose a good Somerset three star hotel to base themselves at during a break in this fascinatingly diverse county, and there are plenty of these for them to choose from.
If you're looking for a pleasant, comfortable and welcoming base for your visit to the county, three star hotels in Somerset offer everything you want for the perfect, budget-friendly break. The services include all the standard ones such as daily laundry and often maid too, and there'll be a pleasant dining room in which to enjoy meals which will almost certainly use the famously locally sourced and seasonal produce of the Somerset countryside. Choose a three star hotel in Somerset and wherever it is you'll have easy access to local attractions such as festivals, farmers' markets and historic monuments. If you're based in Wells or Bath you'll have some excellent shopping opportunities as well.
If you're paying a visit to attend a conference in Bath, Taunton or another locale you'll have a choice of three star hotels whose facilities and services are designed to keep you connected. High-speed broadband is being rolled out across the county and especially in the bigger towns and cities business guests have all they need, from meeting rooms to in-room WiFi and office equipment. In their precious spare time they'll be able to see something of the surrounding area, and in a city like Wells with its splendid cathedral and other monuments there's always plenty to see and do. Pleasure visitors too will have everything at their fingertips, and many opportunities for sightseeing in the wider region thanks to excellent road and rail links.
Somerset has some of the UK's richest farmland, and in the county's multitude of restaurants and traditional old pubs you will be able to dine on some of the freshest cuisine you're ever likely to find. But there's more to Somerset than cider and cheese, as lovers of fine jams and sauces will be quick to point out. Gourmets enjoy dining on the seasonal produce here, and come from miles around to visit the county's superb restaurants in cities like Bath and Wells. Many of the three star hotels in Somerset will serve up a range of local dishes, but there are always good restaurants and pubs to be found wherever you happen to be based.
Somerset three star hotels such as Best Western Webbington Hotel & Spa in Axbridge and Corner House Hotel in Taunton offer all the facilities you'll need for a delightful break in the county. The local attractions are close by and you'll have an exciting and enjoyable stay here.