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Inns in Ilchester

Ilchester Arms
The Square
Ilchester
Somerset

BA22 8LN | View map
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Situated in the Historic Town of Ilchester, the Ilchester Arms Hotel is a charming building full of character and offers the perfect setting to eat, drink and relax. The Town of Ilchester, famed for its cheese production, offers many local points of interest including a Roman Bridge and an Artifact Museum. Ilchester is convenient for access to A303, Yeovil and RNAS Yeovilton. A Warm Welcome is always assured. Brendan, Lucy and their young energetic team's primary aim is their dedication to customer service and take great pride in serving you our exceptional quality cusine made from local fresh produce (wherever possible). Whether you are staying at the Hotel or using the bar or bistro, you will always find a warm welcome at the Ilchester Arms. The bar is open all day for drinks and light snacks, and the bistro is open every day for Lunch and Dinner (except Sunday evening). With 7 Bedrooms, conference and private dining facilities, walled patio garden and locals bar At the Ilchester Arms Hotel we have 7 newly refurbished rooms. All Rooms are en-suite and have colour TV, tea and coffee making facilities, a telephone and wireless internet access. We are happy to provide room service. Our rooms feature 1 single, 2 twin and 4 doubles. Of the 4 double rooms 2 of these are family rooms and feature a small room off the main bedroom containing twin built-in bunkbeds.

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