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Inns in Templecombe

Half Moon Inn

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Welcome to the Half Moon Inn. This 18th century village inn rests in a quiet location; one mile from the mainline railway station in Templecombe. Listed in Good Beer Guide; this 3-diamond rated offers comfortable accommodation including 3 rooms rated for the National Accessibility Scheme. The Half Moon Inn offer large gardens to relax in and ample off-road car parking for your convenience.The Half Moon Inn at Horsington is a great starting point for a tour of Somerset; Dorset and Wiltshire's finest attractions; such as Stourhead Gardens and House (National Trust); Corfe Castle (National Trust); Wincanton Racecourse; Old Sarum “Old Sarum is a wonderful place; full of atmosphere and it has the most fantastic views.”; Fleet Air Arm museum; Haynes Motor museum and Blackmore Vale. Major towns and cities such as Sherborne; Bristol; Bath; Bournemouth; Salisbury; Dorchester and Yeovilton are easily reached.We have 10 en suite rooms in 2 separate buildings; allowing guests to come and go as they please; unrestricted by pub opening hours. All our rooms are non-smoking and have colour; freeview TVs; tea/coffee making facilities and hairdryers. Please Note: We are a No-Smoking property. We do not accept stag or hen groups. Pets accepted by arrangement. Children welcome. Check-In time: 14:00 and Check-Out time: 10:00.

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