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Tel code: 01749 | code search
Postcode: BA10 | code search
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Bruton sits in the valley of the River Frome which flows right through its centre, the Mendip Hills north of the village which is also handy for Wincanton races just five miles south... Read More.

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Featherdown Farm

A wonderful experience for Children of ages. Great places to stay, masses to do...a perfect family holiday for the 21 century. ... More
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George Hotel (3.11 miles)

George Hotel

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The George Hotel is a friendly, family run, thatched 15th century Country Town Hotel, It is situated in the centre of the historic town of Castle Cary. Seventeen en-suite guest rooms ... More

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Yarlington House (4.03 miles)

Yarlington House
Yarlington House is an elegant Georgian manor house built of mellow brick in classical style, set in its own grounds of parkland thus giving complete privacy. It has gracious rooms and spacious and interesting ... More | visit website
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Holbrook House (4.04 miles)

Holbrook House

Holbrook House is a Traditional Country House Hotel in every way from the large log fires in the lounge to the landscaped gardens and ground. The House is nestled in to 17 acres of beautiful ... More | Double Room: 125 - 195 | visit website

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Clanville Manor (4.23 miles)

Clanville Manor

Clanville Manor, built in 1743 of the local, honey coloured 'Cary' stone was bought by the Snook family in 1898; Robert continues the family farming tradition here and Sally offers a traditional, quality farmhouse B&B ... More | Double Room: 80 - 100 | visit website

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Hunters Lodge Inn (4.83 miles)

Hunters Lodge Inn
With a grand opening on 22 June 2008, this inn has 8 brand new, beautiful en suite rooms furnished to the highest standards, with large LCD TVs and free broadband connections. The Hunters Lodge Inn ... More | visit website
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Catash Inn (5.62 miles)

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This fantastic Inn is located in the Somerset village of North Cadbury. The attractive village of North Cadbury is set amidst orchards and contains many stone built cottages, the handsome ... More

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Thatched Cottage (6.08 miles)

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 Pilgrims At Lovington (6.19 miles)

The Pilgrims At Lovington
The English countryside is dotted with chocolate-box roses-round-the-door pubs on village greens, where the sun's always shining and nothing disturbs the birdsong except the occasional thwack of leather on willow. And sometimes they even ... More | visit website
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The Kings Arms Hotel (6.69 miles)

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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The Place to Stay (6.77 miles)

The Place to Stay

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Set in the Somerset countryside but close to Bath, Glastonbury and Wells. These beautifully renovated farm buildings and Georgian house provide contemporary individually styled bedrooms and impressive en-suite bathrooms with ... More

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