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Marston Lodge Hotel
St.Michaels Road

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Welcome to Marston Lodge Hotel. The Hotel is nestled on North Hill, in the oldest and most historic part of Minehead, close to St. Michael's Church, Church Steps and Minehead's harbour. Marston Lodge is, in fact, one of the oldest houses in Minehead and we have a fascinating collection of photographs that chart the Hotel's history from it's earliest days. While modern improvements have since enhanced the comfort of our accommodation.For guests with active pursuits in mind, we are perfectly situated for a wide range of outdoor activities. The most popular pursuit on Exmoor is undoubtedly walking and with miles of varied and interesting footpaths just outside our front door, walkers will find no shortage of breath-taking scenery. We can recommend strenuous walks and gentle strolls though woodlands, combes and valleys, as well as those that pass places of interest, such as the highest point of Exmoor National Park, Dunkery Beacon, or places steeped in folklore such as the Culbone Stone. Our luxury bedrooms are all individually decorated and furnished and have recently been re-carpeted to give that extra decadent feel. All of our accommodation is en-suite and has been designed with maximum comfort in mind. In addition, the Hotel and restaurant are non smoking. We would be delighted to welcome you to Marston Lodge for a break that is truly suited to your needs. Whatever your reason for visiting, we hope you will enjoy a truly memorable stay at our small but friendly Hotel. If you have any queries at all we are always happy to help so please get in touch!Please Note: We are a Non-smoking accommodation. No pets are permitted on the premises. Private off road parking available. All children are welcome. Check-in time: 14:00 check-out time: 11:00

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