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Park Farm House - Cannington, Bridgwater, TA5 2LU, United Kingdom – Show map
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|Super King Four Poster Bed|
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4:00 PM - 12:00 AM
6:00 AM - 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 12 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
The maximum number of cribs in a room is 2.
Pets are not allowed.
When booking more than 5 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
This property only accepts cash payments.
Based on 24 reviews
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Located just 15 minutes’ walk from the town centre of Taunton, No 71 offers free WiFi in public areas and free onsite parking. Junction 25 of the M5 motorway is only a 2-minute drive away.
Score from 48 reviews Wonderful
Just a 9-minute drive from the centre of Bridgwater, the Admiral’s Table by Marstons Inns offers accommodation and a restaurant and bar. Its stylishly decorated rooms have free Wi-Fi access.
Score from 343 reviews Good
Dating from the 14th century, The Old Vicarage offers cooked breakfasts, a pretty cottage garden and rooms with historic features. The hotel is situated in Bridgwater, in scenic Somerset.
Score from 245 reviews Good
Just off highway M5, exit 25, this contemporary hotel combines great rates, modern accommodations and friendly service with a convenient location for exploring Taunton and Somerset.
Score from 357 reviews Very good
The friendly landlady.
Putting my motorcycle on uneven&Stoney surface.also we said no to breakfast cos it would cost £20.00
We've stayed there with my partner for only one night but place was wonderful, everyone very polite and helpful. I would highly recommend this place to everyone
I liked the warm welcome and the room was bright cosy and relaxing
The breakfast was ok but would have liked a bit more variety on the the cooked side as it was only scrambled egg bacon and sausage . When arrived the room wasn't ready and leaving at 530am in the morning we were really tired by 4pm
This is a very special B & B. The property is an impressive Tudor manor with many original features. It is beautifully fitted out for guests. The Proprietors were very friendly and nothing was too much trouble. It is near the village, but is quiet and secluded with peaceful gardens surrounding it where we enjoyed a pot of tea in the evening sunshine. Breakfast was of a high quality using local produce. A memorable stay.
This is a beautiful historic family house opened up in the summer for guests. Lisa and her Mother were great hosts. Attentive, but not fussy. Happy to talk if you want to talk or leave you in peace if you don't. The room was fine, with all you need including tea and coffee in the room. I've read some of the other reviews and I find them unrealistic. This is not a hotel, it is a B&B, and as a B&B it is quite exceptional.
I wouldnt say "didn't like", but be aware that it isn't the easiest place to find and your mobile phone may not get a signal. Lisa's instructions are fine - just make sure you have them with you!
The resident family are beyond lovely. The property is a British, period architecture lovers dream. The food was perfect. As a family, our overnight stop was without doubt one of the best ever spent away from home. We simply adored every aspect of our stay. We will be back, without doubt! Probably just for the sake of staying with these beautiful people in a wonderful setting.
We did not have the opportunity to stay for longer!
informal, family run
no alarm clock/radio
When you book a room at a place with Farm in the name you expect a converted barn or stable. At Park Farm House you get a 16th century manor house with all the original fittings, including fire places and ceilings. The staff showed us around the house and were justifiably proud of it. Breakfast was excellent served in a magnificent dining room. We will be going back.
Nothing. It was perfect.
The house is amazing, not just your average b&b ! If you love grandure ,opulence and quirky ness mixed with comfort then this is the place to stay. Lisa and her mother Cece are the most attentive, kind abulous hostesses ever, great with children ,and so welcoming. Rooms very spacious, clean and so comfortable you just don't want to leave. A great nights sleep and great company. I highly recommend Park Farm as a place to stay and enjoy!
location and wet，worm，and terrible
A real personal encounter with two lovely women, Cici and Lisa. A guided walk trough their magnificent manor house. My wife and me felt treated like a royal family. Thanks!
I cannot help finding something negativ, sorry!
Lovely building Comfortable room Excellent parking
Poor signposting to venue, asking locals for directions was interesting as they were'nt aware there was a guest house on their doorstop. No reception or greeting. This is clearly a family home occasionally opened for guests. Garden was overgrown. It was evident the owner was new to this. Room was comfy as a guest room but poor as a hotel room. No shelf in en-suite, no useable mirror so toiletries parked on floor. We stayed two nights. Breakfast was booked for 9am - it arrived in stages at 10. We were the only guests. Good breakfast - eventually. It was clear neither of our hosts had a plan or knew their way around their own dining room. The second day of our stay - got to dining room at 9:20 - no provision for us and a poor breakfast arrived at just after 11. With a six year old this was shockingly poor. My constructive view is if this is to be a new venture - plan! Know where your crockery is and have it on the table ready. Plan what you are offering for breakfast and spend time beforehand preparing. Much was supplied as an afterthought. A steep learning curve is required here if mum and daughter are to make a success of this. Would consider a whole house hire if the garden was managed.
owners were very friendly nothing was to much trouble for then very helpful
room was cold no hearing and was a cold night