B and Bs in Wells

Coxley Vineyard

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Set in tranquil countryside, this small, charming hotel has a Mediterranean ambiance and boasts spectacular open views across to the Mendip Hills and the famous Glastonbury Tor. Built around a suntrap courtyard, this family-run hotel is situated in the village of Coxley, just 2 miles from the historic city of Wells, in the South Western part of England. It features a fully-heated outdoor pool (open from late spring through to the end of summer) and a cosy lounge bar for you to relax in after a long day. Located on the A39, just outside of Wells, Somerset, Coxley Vineyard provides a relaxed environment complemented by a central location for both business and leisure travellers.

The hotel is also a popular venue for weddings, functions and conferences. The function room is able to accommodate up to 110 people for a seated meal, and exclusive use of the hotel from the day through to the evening for the duration of your event is offered.
There is a flexible approach to menus, which can be tailored to suit your requirements. Contact the hotel for further information.
There is a comprehensive conference package with 2 conference rooms and syndicate areas for corporate events/meetings. The smaller room can accommodate up to 20 delegates and the larger meeting room, depending on the layout, can accommodate approximately 70-80 delegates. Both rooms have plenty of natural light and are spacious and airy. Please contact the hotel directly to receive the conference package.

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