Travelodge Wincanton - Lawrence Hill Wincanton BA9 8AB
Distance: 1.1 miles
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £56.0 | Customer rating: 5\6Check prices and availability
Terry Pratchett fan? Visit this charming hillside market town from our Wincanton hotel and pick up official merchandise from the Discworld Emporium or spend a day at Wincanton Races or the Wincanton Golf Club. Visit impressive Nunney Castle or get up close and personal with exotic animals at the nearby Longleat Safari Park. You're also a short drive from culturally rich Glastonbury and its iconic festival. All rooms feature a comfy king size bed with four plump pillows and a cosy duvet. Guests can enjoy a variety of food and drink choices within easy walking distance from this hotel. Useful information Bedrooms in this hotel have ensuite shower rooms. Family room ensuites have baths. Early/Late Check-In/Out Service – if you’re looking to make the most of your day we can offer an Early Check-In service from 12:00noon and a Late Check-Out Service until 2pm so you have more time to relax - cost is £10 per service, per room, subject to availability - bookable direct by telephoning the hotel. We are a pet friendly hotel and allow up to 2 domestic pets, per stay. This is at an additional charge of £20 per pet, per stay. Please contact LateRooms to arrange this to be added to your booking and for further details on charges and terms and conditions. Please note that Guide dogs, Hearing dogs, and other animals, to aid disability, are exempt from charge.
Hunters Lodge Inn - Leigh Common, Wincanton BA9 8LD
Distance: 2.4 miles
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £99.0 | Customer rating: 6\6Check prices and availability
The hunters Lodge has 14 en suite rooms furnished to the highest standards, with large LCD TVs and free broadband connections. The Hunters Lodge Inn is located 500 yards from the A303 and just outside the racing town of Wincanton in Somerset. It features an cosy bars and restaurant, very large car park and expansive grounds. Stay in the Meadow Vale suite, a luxurious four-poster room for an extra special evening. The Hunters Lodge Inn occupies an enviable position in the heart of unspoilt Somerset countryside with far reaching views whilst still being a stones throw from the A303, the arterial route of the South West. PLEASE NOTE: Check In is from 16:00 to 22:00. Late/Early Check In by arrangement & Check Out is by 11:00. We are a no smoking accommodation.
Blue Ball - Coombe Street, Bruton BA10 0EP
Distance: 3.6 miles
Rating\Stars: 4 | Prices from: £77.0 | Customer rating: 6\6Check prices and availability
This quirky 16th century former coaching inn has undergone complete refurbishment to provide five comfortable en-suite bedrooms. The snug bar provides a relaxing area for guests to enjoy a lovely cooked breakfast in the morning. The property is situated in the heart of the charming ancient town of Bruton with its quaint features and easy access to a number of surrounding places of interest including Longleat, Frome market town, Stourhead,Cheddar Gorge and Bath Spa and only ten minutes from the Bath and West showground. The town is of course home to the Hauser and Wirth modern art gallery with accompanying gardens by the renowned landscape designer Piet Oudolf.There are also a number of excellent places to eat in the town and the property is ideally situated for the local wedding venues Mill on the Brue and Gants Mill. Whilst we do not have a car park there is plentiful free parking close to the property. We regret that the property is not suitable for customers with limited mobility. As we are based in the heart of rural Somerset we ask guests to remove their shoes in the carpeted guest areas.
The George Hotel - Market Place , Castle Cary BA7 7AH
Distance: 4.3 miles
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £89.5 | Customer rating: 4\6Check prices and availability
It has managed to preserve many historic features of the town, such as the round house, horsepond and many other local buildings, dating back to the 16th century. The hotel is owned and managed by Daniel Patrick along with family and staff. Our aim is to provide our guests with a warm welcome and an enjoyable stay, whether it is for business or pleasure. The hotel has two main bar areas, offering an extensive range of excellent food and drinks. We also have a restaurant a full a la carte menu 7 days a week. The main bar has retained its character, and has an original inglenook fireplace with an elm beam, said to date back to the 10th century. The bisro bar is an open dining area with an extensive menu. The George Hotel, which was originally a coaching inn, now has 17 individually decorated en-suite bedrooms. We are able to offer colour television, tea and coffee making facilities, radio, telephone, iron and board and hairdryer. We also have five courtyard bedrooms, one of which is our honeymoon suite. They all have external access allowing us to accept pets. Please let us know in advance if you require one of these bedrooms. Pets are also permitted in the main bar area.
The Kings Arms - Kings Arms Hotel North road Charlton Horethorne Sherborne DT94NL
Distance: 4.7 miles
Rating\Stars: 5 | Prices from: £145.0 | Customer rating: 5\6Check prices and availability
Nestling in the pretty village of Charlton Horethorne, the Kings Arms reopened on March 11th 2009. Welcoming, cosy, lovely garden, good home cooked food, attractive comfortable accommodation. We take pride in everything we do, in every pint we pull, in every dish that leaves our kitchen and in the way we present every room to our guests. Warm in winter with log fires. Cool in summer on the terrace next to the croquet lawn. Quintessentially English. The Kings Arms country pub and hotel is in the centre of Charlton Horethorne just in Somerset but only a couple miles from the border with Dorset, and three miles from Sherborne, Wincanton and the A303. It is owned and managed by Sarah and Tony Lethbridge who bought it in 2007 and have completely refurbished the building from cellar to loft – keeping the atmosphere of a traditional pub but adding all the comfort, convenience and facilities of the 21st century. The imposing façade of the Edwardian building has been retained but behind it everything has changed. The main bar, the snug and the small restaurant offer a traditional welcome with good English oak floors in the snug and the small restaurant and real slate in the main bar. And behind the bars and through the atrium there is the newly built main restaurant decorated in strong warm stripes of crimson, red and purple. Outside, the large garden terrace takes full advantage of the rural landscape sitting just below the Cleeve, as the hills behind the pub are locally known, and well away from the road, popular with walkers and perfect for a tranquil break from the city. The croquet lawn beside the terrace provides entertainment for onlookers and sport for those cracking the mallets!
The White Lion Inn - High Street , Bourton SP8 5AT
Distance: 4.7 miles
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £80.0 | Customer rating: 5\6Check prices and availability
Here at the White Lion Inn we know what a pub should be like. After many years working hard eating and drinking in other pubs, purely for research purposes of course, we have used our extensive experience to offer you the very best traditional Dorset pub experience in the county, if not the world…probably. The White Lion is a beautiful old building dating from 1723 and we offer a warm welcome in a comfortable and relaxing environment, excellent beers and ciders, superb food with fine wines, a cosy bar with open fire, an elegant restaurant and a large beer garden, but so do other pubs, so what makes us special? The atmosphere – our locals and friends who make it feel like pubs used to feel, like home just with more beer and no washing up. So come along and meet us all! As if being probably the best pub in the world was not enough we are also located at the heart of one of the most beautiful and interesting parts of the West Country. As we are the most northerly Inn in Dorset we’re also very close to the borders of Wiltshire and Somerset, comfortably positioned close enough to the A303 to be a very welcome diversion from a drive between London and the West Country, while being far enough from the traffic to be a peaceful haven. Nearby is the wonderful National Trust property of Stourhead with its world famous English landscape garden complete with decadent follies. Just down the road Alfred’s Tower marks the spot where King Alfred raised his standard before marching to defeat the Danes. It’s well worth the climb for the spectacular views from the top. Stonehenge is just a short drive away and the old Anglo-Saxon hilltop town of Shaftesbury is nearby and worth a visit, while the sublime architecture of Bath is also within easy reach.