Shepton Mallet

Shepton Mallet was once a major wool town (its link with sheep hinted at by its name), now more famous for cider-making, a market town complete with (rebuilt) ancient market cross... Read More

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Royal Bath and West Show
Relentless NASS
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Mid Somerset Agricultural Show
National Gardening Show
Bristol Classic Car Show
Shepton Mallet Carnival
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Hotels in Shepton Mallet - 5 places to stay

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Thatched Cottage

Thatched Cottage

The Thatched Cottage is a beautiful 300-year-old listed Inn lying in the heart of the Mendips, which has been extensively refurbished and re-thatched to bring the buildings and the facilities up to the very ... More | Double Room: From £60 | visit website

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The Kings Arms Hotel

The Kings Arms Hotel

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The Kings Arms, a unique15th century coaching inn, once owned by the Babycham family a perfect place to stay on your journey from Stonehenge to Glastonbury. A crossing point between ... More

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Long Batch Cottage

Long Batch Cottage

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Just 5 minutes' walk from Ditcheat's splendid pub serving food and the village shop, this comfortable little cottage is perfect for walkers and cyclists as the national ... More

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The Shrubbery Hotel (0.10 miles)

The Shrubbery Hotel
The Shrubbery Hotel and Bistro re-opened in July 2008 following six months refurbishment and modernization. Housed in a former rectory it is owned and operated by Eric Bow and his team. They aim to give ... More | visit website
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Belfield House (0.39 miles)

Belfield House
Belfield House is an Edwardian house built in 1907 with 7 bedrooms providing Visit Britain 3 Star Rated Guest Accommodation. Located within easy reach of Shepton Mallet town centre and the Bath & West show ... More | visit website
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Charlton House (0.99 miles)

Charlton House

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A luxury country house with a unique story- built in 1630 and opened as a hotel in 1996 by Roger Saul the creator of the British design label, Mulberry and ... More | visit website

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Cannards Grave Farmhouse (1.19 miles)

Cannards Grave Farmhouse
Cannards Grave Farmhouse is a small family run Bed and Breakfast offering a warm welcome and a very relaxing stay. We are located 2 minutes drive from the Bath and West Showground making it an ... More | visit website
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The Oakhill Inn (2.46 miles)

The Oakhill Inn

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The Oakhill Inn is a traditional country pub with five elegant rooms offering high class bed and breakfast. All the rooms have en-suite bathrooms, TV/DVD, tea and coffee facilities and the most comfortable ... More | visit website

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The Coach House (3.44 miles)

The Coach House

“Boutique Bed and Breakfast in separate cottage. Comfort and hospitality with the personal touch of home.”

A stay at the Coach House is special because it is a cosy cottage which has its own front door. ... More | visit website


Riverside Grange (3.50 miles)

Riverside Grange
Riverside Grange is a charming converted tannery quietly situated on the river edge overlooking a cider orchard set in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Conveniently situated for Wells (3m), Glastonbury (5m), and the ... More
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Crossways (3.54 miles)


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Crossways is a traditional Somerset Inn at the foot of the Mendip Hills. We offer spectacular views over the surrounding Somerset countryside towards the renowned Glastonbury Tor. The original Inn, which can ... More

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Pecking Mill Inn (3.85 miles)

Pecking Mill Inn
Set in the beautiful Somerset Countryside, just 1 mile from the Bath and West Showground, this 16th century building offers Bed & Breakfast, a full A-La-Carte Restaurant and a peaceful and relaxing bar. We also ... More | visit website
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Beryl (4.09 miles)


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A warm and friendly welcome awaits every guest in this family-run home.

Experience a stay for luxury bed and breakfast at 'Beryl' with Holly Nowell and her daughter Mary-Ellen in ... More

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