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A lovely homely hotel with lots of nooks and crannies. SPA was lovely although the pool was not for swimming but relaxing in. The restaurant staff were helpful and relaxed being perfectly attentive. My room was well laid out and niche...however the lack of modern technology here is too evident. A ...
Hotel in nice part of town, convenient for beach walks. Staff friendly and happy. Well cooked generous meals and selection of tea and coffee in room. Looking forward to being able to go again.
We had a lovely room, the bath in the bedroom turned out to be the best! little bit chilly to start with in the room but when we asked if they had a fire, within no time at all, one cheerful lady brought a nice big one to our door, excellent service, these two customers were very pleased and will ...
We chose this hotel based on trip advisor feedback as it was an ideal midpoint break on our way to cornwall. On arrival we were instantly charmed by the pretty quiet location as the hotel is nestled at the bottom of a coomb with a stream running through its garden. The staff were welcoming and curtious ...
Many visitors to Somerset decide to stay is a spa hotel because of the luxurious on-site facilities such establishments have to offer. What could complement this pleasant and interesting county more than a chance to pamper yourself and relax? Spa hotels in Somerset are also commonly known as urban spas, although some are located in the countryside. The road connections in Somerset are so good that even if your hotel is in Exmoor National Park or the Mendips you'll have easy access to local towns such as Dunster and Frome. The two Somerset cities of Wells and Bath are packed with attractions and make excellent day trip destinations too.
Spa hotels such as Best Western Webbington Hotel & Spa in Axbridge, or Pontins Sand Bay Holiday Park in Weston-super-Mare offer facilities such as indoor pools and spa treatments. They're as popular with kids as they are with adults, and provide the whole family with a fun base for exploring all that Somerset has to offer. Equally, for the business guest with a long day of important meetings ahead, a pool and the availability of massage treatments can make a real difference to a business break, and there are many spa hotels to choose from across the Wessex region.
Spa hotels such as the Northfield Hotel in Minehead are typically somewhat smaller than the more familiar chain hotels and have a fewer number of guestrooms. This means they can focus on providing a personalised approach to guests that is characteristic of such spa hotels in Somerset, and it's often cited as a main reason for repeat visits by discerning visitors! In many spa hotels the food tends to be of a higher standard too, and frequently their dining venues are as popular with visitors from other parts of the area as they are with their own guests. Top chefs enjoy working with the very best local ingredients, and slow cooking is increasingly popular to bring out the rich tastes and textures of the regionally sourced food.
Spa hotels in Somerset provide excellent opportunities for guests to benefit from a range of spa facilities and treatments. At the same time, attractions like Exmoor, Wells and Bath will be easy to reach by road or rail.