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1 High Street, Glastonbury, BA6 9DP, United Kingdom – Show map
Excellent location — rated 9.4/10! (score from 294 reviews)
Rated by guests after their stay at George & Pilgrim – RelaxInnz.
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Golf course (within 3 km)
Food & Drink
WiFi is available in all areas and charges are applicable.
No parking available.
Meeting/banquet facilities, Fax/photocopying, Bridal suite
Non-smoking rooms, Heating, Non-smoking throughout, Designated smoking area
14:00 - 22:00 hours
10:00 - 10:30 hours
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Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
Children's cots/cribs are not available.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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Based on 294 reviews
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Who'd A Thought It Inn is set in the heart of the historic village of Glastonbury. This traditional English inn has a restaurant and bar. Rooms at Who'd A Thought It Inn have simple, bright décor.
Score from 174 reviews Very good
Crossways is nestled in the heart of Somerset, at the foot of the Mendip Hills, 4 miles from the city of Wells.
Score from 429 reviews Very good
A 2-minute walk from Glastonbury Abbey, Hawthorns Hotel provides en suite rooms, with a bar, restaurant and beer garden. This town centre inn is just a 6-minute walk from Glastonbury Tor.
Score from 125 reviews Good
Around 2 miles from Glastonbury, The Bear Inn by Marstons Inns offers accommodation alongside its restaurant, bar and beer garden in Street, Somerset.
Score from 496 reviews Very good
Cool place, medieval building, most haunted hotel in England? - A fantastic stay, really enjoyed it!
Breakfast was a bit transport café like
Super four poster bed. Big room. Good bathroom. Helpful staff. Great atmosphere
Comfy room . The history and aura of the Inn.
Location, food very good, nice staff
Broken landing window latch,causing window,to,remain open all night terrible draft coming under door of bedroom
Food Very Good Staff Very Polite and Helpful
Bar area was very cold late afternoon, so had to keep coats on. Radiators in room only luke warm even though on full heat and room very cold & draughty as gaps around windows to the extent that the bathroom door was swaying in the breeze! Room very small. TV reception very bad. Could only watch one channel as too much interferrence and buffering on other channels. No Sky only Freeview. Over priced with all the faults. If there had been a fire the emergency exit for that floor went right through our bathroom!!! Heaven help you if you'd been on the toilet or in the shower!!! Only the Barman doing the bookings and the Bar in two different areas! Have stayed here several times but it's deteriorating rapidly :-(
We really loved the old cobbled entrance, spiral staircase and the pub, although we didn't get a chance to sample the ales. Breakfast was lovely too. Our room was well appointed and comfortable. My husband found the bed really comfortable. We will definitely come again and try to get a four poster room although we will probably try to avoid the haunted ones!!
We didn't get any water provided in our room and had the air conditioning unit just outside our bedroom window which was whirring all night. I found my side of the bed a bit lumpy with authentic metal springs!
Lack of hotel car parking.not easy to find rear entrance of Hotel and limited parking.
The room, although not without issues, was good to be in. Enjoyed the space, the medieval interior and, slept well despite the exterior all-night wall lights.
cute building, nice bar, comfortable warm room and good shower right in the middle of town with good parking, good breakfast, right on the High Street.
The staff made us feel very welcome as soon as we arrived...and nothing was a problem when asked things!...enjoyed the fact that they new the history of the hotel as well..definitely will be going back!...thank you..The George and the Pilgrim staff for making the stay for my mother and I so enjoyable!...
Loved how old it felt.
Everthing about it.full of character 100%.
Clean and comfortable room. Good staff. Excellent food. Range of real ale at bar. Central location. Historic Building.
Bit overpriced for what it was. Public areas need a few repairs (bit of TLC), though this must be difficult when dealing with a Grade I Listed Building.
Amazing. We had a great time with great people. Everyone was very accommodating and the place had genuine character and feel about it. Would highly recommend to anyone.
Friendly, helpful but unobtrusive staff. Nice well cooked food. Amazing old building. Warm & cosy even in winter
The history of the hotel is fascinating, the staff are lovely, the food is very good.
The price of the room was expensive so the curtains need to be rehung, standing on the bedside table to draw them wasn't ideal and the bath room mirror needs fixing.
14thC establishment with 21stC facilities & right smack bang in the middle of a high vibrational experience
Loved everything - no negatives
Very welcoming and friendly staff. Excellent customer care.
Its just not a nice place to stay. Needs to be modernised and have a spruce up.
The staff and managers were brilliant, what with a morning serenade and all the laughter and chit chat and not to mention copying the information i requested with no problem at all. I loved the George and Pilgrim. (Just wish he woyld bring the dragon out once in a while then i wouldnt look a fool asking for the George and Dragon) Thank you for a truly wonderful stay.
Furniture in room, style of room, stained glass windows, history and character of hotel, excellent cleanliness and service, nice breakfast, pretty china cups in room, nice toiletries, large comfortable bed,
Everything was perfect in every way
Triple room with huge breakfast in unique historic building over Christmas: only £79! So cheap. Location can't be bettered.
Communal areas all grotty and in need a spruce-up; service and greeting very laissez-faire - but these didn't stop us enjoying the experience.
Room was comfortable, albeit a little small. Breakfast was very good. Service issues!!! Staff member who registered me ,the manager, was not very focussed on service issues-I appreciate it was Xmas day, but very little festive cheer and no welcome in any way!. I was looking forward to a drink in the bar. which he told me I could use-I had one pint, but then about 7pm the manager went out to his family and locked the bar-I asked him before he left if he could pour me one more pint but he said his family came first-but he'd be back later to get me a drink-he never did of course and so I had no Xmas day drinks except for tea and coffee!
If a resident is booked into a £60 room he should get the same degree of service every night of the year-whilst I understand it was Xmas day a little more effort should have been made.I would have preferred to go back to my hotel that was brilliant in Bournemouth-the Roundhouse,the previous night I even facilitated the booking of another room for the company-two people who needed a room-I helped who were lost in Glastonbury that night-maybe an xmas drink of thanks might have been nice on part of your manager! Anyway,no real harm done-but best to not make bookings if you can only provide 2nd class service.
Breakfast staff good
Poor parking arrangements Cheap old furniture wrong size bed for mattress Reception unmanned
Good location, ok breakfast.
Broken shower, very small bathroom and a lack of anything to drink in the bar. Had read on previous reviews that shower was broken so obviously an ongoing thing where things being reported are ignored.
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