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1 High Street, Glastonbury, BA6 9DP – Show map
Excellent location — rated 9.5/10! (score from 272 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 272 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 106 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 82 reviews Good
Surrounded by views of the scenic Mendip Hills, The Highwayman Inn is situated in picturesque Shepton Mallet. It offers 14 refurbished en suite rooms, and free public on-site parking.
Score from 203 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 340 reviews Very good
Location Excellent for Glastonbury attractions, friendly staff very helpful
One rasher of Bacon and one Sausage could have done a little more
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..
location excellent, managed to get a hotel parking space. Large room, and bed. Recommend for location only.
Breakfast not great/or the young lady serving it very grumpy! The room/bathroom very uneven flooring. Would be a problem if you are light on your feet. Sink not been cleaned. Did not answer my request sent from booking .com
Fabulous old hotel, great atmosphere, friendly staff, lovely food, and right in the middle of a fascinating town! great few days away!
what's not to like??
The new owners, were friendly and made us feel very welcome , the room allocated was above the bar, so we asked if we could change if possible , witch they did & was not a problem , for them. , Great stay would Recommend , . we will go again !!
The hotel is located in a extremely old building with a lot of history. Not recently renovated. With all the plus and minus this means.
Service, facilities can be better...
Good hotel as a last minute trip. Staff all friendly. Brilliant location hotel very quirky.
All facilities that we expected were there.
No napkins or tea spoons at breakfast. Unhelpful bar staff. Very dark ground floor interior.
The Staff were very friendly, the hotel was fascinating. Food we really enjoyed. We are planning on going again this November :-)
Fancy hotel with nostalgic atmosphere, good restaurant, perfect location in the middle of the town, parking space
We were rather nervous upon entering the pub environment to check in. I didn't expect to find our room filling our needs as much as this one did. Parking was just at the back and breakfast was cooked to perfection. Our room had a little lounge which was lovely after some tiny rooms previously.
Struggling up the stairs to 3rd floor was tricky. Narrow spiral staircase and big case was hard work.
It was our 30th wedding anniversary and the friendly staff made us feel very welcome. Our room was great and remarkably quiet, despite being on the front. The food was good and breakfast generous.
The Town Council for not allowing more parking spaces!
Breakfast was very good, room clean and comfortable if not a little hot with no fan or air conditioning.
in summary not a very welcoming stay. We stayed at the George and Pilgrim because of its history however we stayed in the new annexe which was disappointing. Staff seemed overworked and we had to wait for check in - noone seemed in charge or overly bothered. One staff member was talking to someone about a job and it was difficult to get past but they didnt move out of the way or apologise. Last orders was prompt at 10.30 and there was a terse no when asked if residents could get another drink. We had a key to get back in and went to our car to pick up our coats but the door wouldnt open and staff ignored our knocking walking past the door without opening. Eventually we managed to get back in to go to our rooms where staff were talking noisily outside. Would have been cheaper and more welcoming at the premier inn.
Location is central and the building wonderfully historical.
(1) We stayed for 2 nights. The 2nd night, when Ali was on duty, everything was put right re our room. The first night we had to live with missing light bulbs, etc., even after notifying the staff. (2) The restaurant has an extremely limited wine list. When we asked if we could bring in wine and pay a corkage fee, we were told no. We left and ate elsewhere. (3) The wi-fi advertised as available throughout the hotel, could only be accessed in our bathroom, so far as our room was concerned. Obviously hardly convenient!
location is excellent
shabby rooms,stains on carpet,lack of attention at breakfast time, only one member of staff serving it
Could not fault our stay, wonderful location, lovely staff, will be returning very soon.
Atmosphere, lovely shower, ambience
Cheap loo paper
Fabulous history, great setting and friendly staff .
The staff could not be more helpful. The, six hundred year old room (which luckily had been decorated since construction) was fantastic, large and with a very comfortable four poster bed. The view over the town square was great. Food lovely. Bar very atmospheric.
What sounded like a party in the room above us went on until 3AM after which I drifted off to sleep only to be awoken an hour later by drunken revelers in the Square below. I appreciate the Hotel is hardly to blame for Saturday night drunks but if you're sensitive to noise I would suggest asking for a quieter room at the back of the hotel.
Building, quirkiness atmosphere
rooms a little old fashioned
The location was good. The historic facade.
The public rooms were grubby. I didn't like the paying up front policy. Breakfast was very poor . No fresh fruit. No serviettes tables too close together. Poor grade quality of the food . Limited hotel parking facilities. Overall shoddy hotel needs complete refurb
chat in the bar during the evening with the bar staff bed comfortable
shower tray filled with water and had to turn it off until the water dispersed had an air conditioning unit outside our window which switched on and off all night resulting in wearing ear plugs which did not mask it
As it's the oldest pub in the Southwest it's obviously full of character, the bar and 600yr old features and stone floor are impressive. I've read reviews where visitors are critical about squeaky floorboards in the bedrooms....it's a 15th century building...what can you expect....it's not a Travelodge for gawds sake!!!! (I would never stay in a Travelodge)... What I would have included in the "What didn't you like section" was the tired decoration and murals on the way up to the bedrooms which look a bit tacky. I chatted to the lovely manageress the day we left, I mentioned that the upstairs would look better repainted. She agreed and explained that the inside of the premises are also listed now and that even though the murals are only about 30yrs old, it's a tricky process to be given permission to change anything about the interior. So, despite that wee drawback, the bar is great,good ales, the food was good value, the veggie brekkie was really good as far as we were concerned and we will definitely be staying there again next year as we will be down that way again. It cost the same to stay here for 3 nights as it cost to stay in a pub in Wells last yr for 2 nights!
The carpet in the bedroom was a bit marked but it's CREAM coloured! You're fighting a losing battle having cream carpet in a hotel bedroom.....
Historic building in the heart of Glastonbury. We slept in a room where one of the last medieval Abbots is said to have entertained his mistress. Atmospheric bar with some good ales.
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