Chard

Chard has much to recommend it to visitors, this one-time lace and textile centre retaining evidence of its old significance such as the fine courthouse, an Elizabethan manor house, and the pillared Guildhall... Read More

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Hotels in Chard - 17 places to stay

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Lordleaze Hotel

Lordleaze Hotel
A Comfortable Country Hotel Offering the Finest Standards

The Lordleaze Hotel is a delightful, privately owned, 25 Bedroom Hotel; set in a secluded area on the Somerset, Dorset and Devon borders.

Originally an 18th century farmhouse, the ... More | visit website

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Hornsbury Mill

Hornsbury Mill
Welcome to Hornsbury Mill hotel & wedding venue in Chard, Somerset. A charming example of an early 19th century corn mill set deep in the heart of Somerset on the A358 between Taunton and Chard.

Built of local ... More | Double Room: From 110 | visit website
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The Haymaker Inn

The Haymaker Inn

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The restaurant, bar and en suite accommodation at The Haymaker Inn are in a tranquil area of outstanding beauty, 2.5 miles (4 km) off the A303 /A30 Ilminster-to-Honiton road. The Haymaker has ... More

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Bath House Hotel

Bath House Hotel

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An Orient Experience...... where West meets the East - The Bath House Hotel stands alone; contemporary, yet warm and inviting. The perfect place to explore the tastes of Asia in ... More

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Cricket St. Thomas Hotel

Cricket St. Thomas Hotel
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Cricket St Thomas is a splendid example of 18th century architecture. Designed by Sir John Soane, this Grade II listed ... More | visit website

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