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1 High Street, Glastonbury, BA6 9DP, United Kingdom – Show map
Excellent location — rated 9.4/10! (score from 271 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 271 reviews
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This unique 15th-century inn is less than a mile from the centre of Shepton Mallet. It offers an extensive menu and cosy log fires just 15 minutes’ drive from Glastonbury.
Score from 174 reviews Good
In the Somerset town of Street, this modern hotel boasts 3 AA star accreditation, and is a 4-minute drive from the town of Glastonbury.
Score from 183 reviews Good
No 51 Bed and Breakfast is located in the town of Glastonbury, Somerset. There is free parking and free Wi-Fi access in all areas.
Score from 79 reviews Exceptional
Located in the small town of Glastonbury, Tatus Place is just a 5-minute walk from Glastonbury Abbey. Ham Wall National Nature Reserve is 3 miles away.
Score from 24 reviews Exceptional
Location. Old fashion style
Poor mattress Expensive room for what it was
We just enjoyed everything! Such a unique place to go and the hotel makes you feel like you are in a different era, in a different place! Absolutely perfect and it was the first time I felt like home at a hotel! Defenetly going back! Excellent delicious breakfast, excellent service, the decoration both of the room and the whole hotel/ pub made us feel like kings! You just don't get that feeling anywhere else! Also you don't usually get the opportunity to stay in a building from the 15th century! Just amazing!
The George and Pilgrim is within easy walking distance of the Tor, Chalice Well and Abbey Ruins. It is the perfect place to stay for a Glastonbury pilgrimage.
Interesting and very old building. Main Street location.
Minimal staffing levels. Apart from breakfast staff, no one around at 8am.
The location of the hotel and the hotel itselfe are just the heart of this lovely town. The room was big, clean and charming. There is a nice bar downstairs and the decoration of the whole hotel is very nicly done
The location is great and on Saturday night they had a great live gig that made all the difference to our stay. The bathroom was pristine clean.
The walls between rooms on the 1st floor are paper thin so you can hear 'everything'. Our twin room smelled mouldy and we had to burn some inciense to cover it up.
Age and charm of the building
No one to check us in at reception even though staff members could see us waiting
Staff fantastic the building is amazing
The location is good. The building is interesting and historical. The staff were very helpful and friendly.
Fixtures, fittings, furniture, curtains and carpets (especially carpets, which were worn and stained) in the annexed rooms are old and need replacing.
Location great - breakfast great
Thought carpets need replacing - let the room down - maybe with genuine wood flooring , or show original floor boards -also windows needed cleaning - no excuse as there was a flat roof running along our particular room for easy access
The hotel is steeped in history old but warm clean and comfortable . The staff are friendly and attentive. Good breakfast comfortable room and bed. Will certainly be going back
There was nothing not to like it was as it appeared with the bonus of good staff.
situation staff breakfast atmosphere
lack of clarity functioning certain elements bathroom
Loved the sloping floors twisted staircases and Henry V111bedroom. We were in Abbott dunstans bedroom very central and one of the most historic buildings I've ever stayed in
THE staff we`re friendly food excellant the room was nice and comfortable its well situated for everything we had a great time
I selected the George and Pilgrim for a business due to its location and advertised WIFI access. No WIFI access available during my stay which was most disappointing.
great building and helpful staff
bit noisy and fell a bit dirty in the bar area
Staff were friendly and food was value for the money, and the hotel couldn't be more central in Glastonbury.
The whole place is either best described as "old and Tired" or "quaint" - that it's a listed building doesn't justify the overall condition. Very limited parking in the public car park to the rear and if you have any difficulty negotiated steep and Circular ,winding stairs, this is not the place for you.
Location Excellent for Glastonbury attractions, friendly staff very helpful
One rasher of Bacon and one Sausage could have done a little more
Very relaxed atmosphere, loved the four poster bed and the uneven floors. Wonderful location for exploring Glastonbury. Yummy breakfast with good vegetarian option.
Information in the hotel room would be helpful such as what time breakfast is served, dinner menu and wifi passcode etc.
The charming and helpful staff. Full selection of food for breakfast. Good restaurant and bar. Spacious 'characterful' room.
We had no problems during our three-day stay..
The hotel is in the centre of town. It is a beautiful old building, full of character. The bar was lovely with stained glass windows and huge old, oak tables and the food was excellent pub food with a good choice of vegetarian. Our room had a beautiful oak four poster bed and old arched windows. The breakfast was very nice with lots to chose from.
This was one of the most expensive rooms we have stayed in and we travel extensively. At £145 for the night I felt we were paying just for the age and history of the room, that was special, however, the room was a bit shabby, old ill fitting carpet and uncomfortable mattress and lacking in the comfort and luxury we've experienced in other rooms for £90 a night.
The nooks & crannies, I love historical stuff.... Amazing architecture, the lil courtyard, the coloured glass windows..... Thick walls...
The mattress could do with being a bit updated.... The wardrobe was broken at the bottom...... Windows needed cleaning....
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