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WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed).
Non-smoking rooms, Heating, Non-smoking throughout
12:00 - 23:30 hours
Until 11:00 hours
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Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 3 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge for children's cots/cribs.
All older children or adults stay free of charge for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/children's cots permitted in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or child's cot/crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Pets are allowed. No extra charges.
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Located in the market town of Yeovil, on the southern borders of Somerset, The Globe & Crown is centrally located for exploring Somerset and Devon.
Score from 457 reviews Review score
On the outskirts of Yeovil, in scenic Somerset, the family-run Preston Hotel offers elegant rooms with free Wi-Fi.
Score from 195 reviews Very good
A 10-minute drive from Yeovil, The Fat Pigeon offers traditional and elegant bed and breakfast accommodation in the heart of the West Country. Features include free Wi-Fi and free parking on site.
Score from 149 reviews Very good
A 1-minute walk from the beautiful Sherborne Abbey, the Half Moon provides stylish accommodation in the centre of this pretty Dorset town.
Score from 207 reviews Good
Location, Breakfast and the staff
Shower was falling to bits
there is not a proper place to park, room was dirty and in a state of disrepair. took 40mins to get my car out in the morning due to being blocked in, breakfast was extremely basic and coffee was cold. reserved online but the hotel had no information or anything when i arrived.
The location was fantastic and staff freindly and helpful.
The room was freezing. That should've been sorted prior to our arrival.There was mould in the shower and the plastic sheets on the bed made you sweat!
The young woman behind the bar who was helpful when I arrived. Just about everything went downhill from there. The television worked.
Just about everything. The hotel asked me for feedback after I left and when I gave it to them they accused me of "blatant lies". The room was small, pokey, cold, smelly and only vaguely clean. The bathroom was more modern and better though the washbasin hot tap dripped. The description said wifi was available on demand. It wasn't. Security was lax. The fire escape door didn't close automatically. The £10 deposit for the room key; when I gave the key back the deposit wasn't offered; I had to ask for it. The breakfast arrangements were poor; I didn't ask for the cooked option - an extra £2.50 unlike most of the other hotels I stayed in on my tour.
Situation and price were good. Room was a good size and had an extremely refurbished bathroom. Hotel more suited to business people and workmen
Parking was a nightmare for guests who are not off to work before 08:00hr. The courtyard was jammed full and the second night we parked on the road but had to move the car before 08:00hrs. First night there was a slip up as there was very little toilet paper and no bathmat however, they did appear the next day.
The only good bit was the shower was hot and powerful. Quite cheap, so I guess you get what you pay for!
Hard to find. No real parking. Room was cold as radiator wasn't working and the fan I was given was faulty. No en suite facilities as were specified when I booked.
Central location Fairly inexpensive Continental breakfast provided Friendly staff Pub downstairs
Cold - Heating not on although it was 1-5°C outside No ensuite - shared bathrooms Limited parking - due to location. However staff very helpful arranging parking. Creaky floorboards and banging doors disturbed sleep.
It was close to the job friendly staff.
Very clean staff great and very convenient location
A warm welcome by friendly staff . . Good room's. And top food . Would recommend it to family and friends . . 10out of 10 . . .
Nothing . .
The staff were fantastic and helpful and the food was great
Poor maintenance Poor breakfast service
Breakfast. Location to town was good. Free parking outside till 8am.
The smell. Noisy air conditioner outside room (although it was turned off overnight).
It had a GREAT shower and a large room comfortably fitting 3 single beds. A little worn but very good value for money.
A fair few steps but we've found that is the case with most of the hotel pubs we've stayed in.
Clean room ok for the money paid
Breakfast choice was poor
Bar, staff, location
Shared bathroom with other guest, parking facilities
The staff - friendly and attentive. They remembered everything Location - in the centre of town Great Sunday lunch carvery
Soap dispensers outside the shower cubicle
I was arriving late in the evening, but it was still possible to check in at 11.30pm. The staff opened up the main gate at this late hour to allow me to park off road. The Mermaid is located very centrally. The extra to upgrade from continental to full English breakfast of £2.50 is good value.
This is not the Ritz but very good value for money.
En-suite with TV
Very dated, needs refurbishment asap. No wi-fi, Thursday nights too noisy.
Great people great atmosphere good sleep food ok town pretty in parts and easy to navigate around. Made feel welcome and met some locals in pub not the Ritz but clean comfortable and affordable. We will return one day.
Clean and very convenient
Very noisy from the bar at night
There was a lot swearing at night & the music was to loud at night & could not get to sleep
Great working digs, no frills but if you want 5 star facilities and the quiet of the countryside you should pay for it. Real bargain of a place. Yes it's a pub so won't be deathly quiet all the time but for a place to lay your head its fine. Helpful staff. Will continue to stay here.
Everything met expectations for the price.
Loose tolilet seat, no plug in sink, no chain on bath plug, holes in towels.
Staff were helpful Breakfast adequate, cereal, toast & yoghurt plus tea, coffee and OJ
There was a live band in the pub below, was very noisy, doors slamming and people until gone 2am. Fire alarm went off at 11pm (false alarm) Rooms were poorly decorated and damp in bathroom was a joke. Ceiling was covered in it and shower too. Parking was a joke, down an alleyway, room for about 2-3 cars (including staff)
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