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As we stayed for a week and the room was cleaned once the small bin in our room was not enough. The buffet breakfast could do with a rethink as the hot breakfast was very limited on these days. When we had the breakfast cooked to order it was fabulous. Would have liked to make tea/coffee in room. ...
Bath Lodge Castle£89Bath Lodge Castle£89
Welcoming, professional friendly staff. Tranquil location. Lovely ambience. Well appointed room. Great views. Fabulous food! Would stay there again.
Holcombe Inn£83Holcombe Inn£83
We cannot fault this little hotel. If you are look for some peace and quiet, then this is for you. Every room was spotless and beautifully decorated and furnished. Breakfast superb. A real hidden gem. Louise the owner was delightful, very welcoming and greeted us with Tea and Cake on arrival. We ...
Frog Street Farmhouse£75Frog Street Farmhouse£75
Somerset is such a hit with visitors because of its beautiful, largely rural, landscapes and compelling cultural attractions. The great cities of Somerset, Bath and Wells, positively creak under the weight of history and tradition and are full of all sorts of treasures such as Wells Cathedral and the remains of the ancient Roman baths in the city named after them. The county town of Taunton is a gentile and prosperous location full of interesting boutiques and elegant eateries. From seasonal produce at farmers' markets to family-focused attractions and the wide-open spaces of Exmoor and the Levels, Somerset is a great destination for short breaks as well as longer holidays. A five star hotel in Somerset is the perfect choice if you want to have your cake here and eat it too.
Somerset cities such as Wells and Bath are full of top restaurants and in the smaller locations like the county town of Taunton and the seaside resort of Weston-super-Mare you'll be spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing somewhere to eat. The five star hotels in these towns and cities have excellent menus of locally-sourced food, famously seasonal and fresh. The rolling fields of Somerset are not just there for show, either! The county is famous for its organic and seasonal produce, and many five star hotels make a point of sourcing their ingredients from local farmers' markets.
Five star hotels in Somerset such as Highcliffe House in Lynton and The Place To Stay in Frome offer guests that extra level of service that makes all the difference in a hotel break. Their facilities are exceptional, and as the number of guestrooms is limited often to fewer than 10 in establishments (such as Church House Guest House in Weston-super-Mare) the staff are able to offer a more personalised service. Free WiFi access in guestrooms and home cooking come as standard and in-room facilities also usually include a DVD player and coffee maker. With high standards throughout and a great attention to detail, stay at a Somerset five star hotel and make your break a special one.
In addition to the range of cultural and historic attractions that are on offer in Somerset, this splendidly varied county is also home to Exmoor National Park. This is one of the UK's most important protected areas and has its own unique attractions and activities for the visitor, from coastal coves to moorland and woodland. The possibilities for outdoor activities enthusiasts here are endless, and lovers of exotic wildlife such as red deer, horned sheep and the famous Exmoor ponies will also have a wonderful time. Based at a convenient five star hotel in Somerset, you can take advantage of the excellent roads and public transport to zoom along here for a day trip and explore the rugged and beautiful landscapes. From Combe Martin in the west to Minehead in the east and Dulverton down south, Exmoor National Park is home to many traditional villages and towns, each with its own attractions and unique character.