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Stayed one night in family room #7. Very comfortable with loads of thought given to customers, such as bottled water, tea & coffee, biscuits, boiled sweets, mints etc. Very large shower room. Would be ideal for wheelchair users. Very warm and comfortable room. Had traditional breakfast with local ...
Our stay was for only one night and overall was a very pleasant stay. We opted for the Cereal breakfast which in our mind equated to a continental style breakfast. Unfortunately there were no croissants or ham and cheese, just a bit of toast and some jam / honey plus cereal mainly from packets. Very ...
We received a very warm welcome in all senses, as the receptionist was welcoming/helpful and our room was as warm as Toast!,against freezing Winter weather. Our double ensuit room was immaculate,comfortable and excellent value.
All facilities provided, great en-suite. As much breakfast as you could eat with fresh fruit from garden,full English and more. Friendly ambience. Would be very happy to return.
With its beautiful setting in southwest England, bordering Wales and with fresh breezes blowing in from its long coastline, Somerset has a mild climate and excellent conditions for playing golf throughout the year. This region is popular with fans of bowls, golf, tennis and many other outdoor activities. Come and stay at a golf hotel in Somerset and ensure that you're located close to a decent course and have plenty of other attractions close to hand too, for those days when the breeze is a little too 'fresh'!
There are some excellent golf courses right across this largely flat county that benefit from generally mild weather and good sunshine throughout the year. The Quantocks, Mendips and Exmoor National Park are distinct areas, popular with walkers and climbers, but there's plenty of space left for golfers. You'll find lots of golfing hotels close to all the main courses, from Bath and Farrington to Oake Manor in Taunton and Windwhistle in Chard. Many of these are historic establishments and great attractions in their own right, and you'll have all the facilities you need as well as a convenient location for playing golf.
Whether you're a raw beginner or a seasoned pro, you'll find a course to suit your abilities without too much trouble. The choice of golfing hotels in Somerset is truly outstanding, and the staff will be knowledgeable about golfing matters and will often have business links with local suppliers of equipment. All you have to do is turn up and allow them to look after you during your stay.
Golf hotels such as Orchardleigh House in Frome and Woodlands Country House Hotel in Highbridge offer an excellent range of facilities and close proximity to outstanding courses and attractions. Best Western Shrubbery Hotel in Ilminster, for example, is eco-friendly and just a few miles from Muchelney Abbey and Montacute House. With a good road and rail network you have easy access to a choice of golf courses from whichever Somerset golf hotel you book into, and the staff will always be on hand with help and advice.