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The Fat Pigeon, Odcombe, Nr Yeovil, Somerset, Yeovil, BA22 8TD, United Kingdom – Show map
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Non-smoking rooms, Family rooms, Heating, Non-smoking throughout
16:00 - 20:00 hours
08:00 - 10:00 hours
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Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 1 year stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All children under 2 years are charged GBP 5 per person per night for children's cots/cribs.
All older children or adults are charged GBP 25 per person per night 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.
Supplements are not calculated automatically in the total costs and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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The Green Room offers bed and breakfast accommodation in a secluded position in Yeovil’s town centre. Guests can enjoy a sumptuous dinner menu served in a splendid 16th-century restaurant.
Score from 180 reviews Very good
Fully refurbished in November 2011, The Manor Hotel is located in the Somerset town of Yeovil with easy access from the A303. It offers a restaurant, a relaxing bar and cosy rooms with free Wi-Fi.
Score from 408 reviews Good
A wonderful old building in a fantastic setting, yet very close to Yeovil. If you are looking for something different, individual and charming, this hotel is for you! The welcome and hospitality are informal, warm and very friendly. I so enjoy my time there.
Could have been haunted!
Didn't appear to be haunted...
location and people
needs better signage
Truly unique and refreshing. Wonderful staff. A grand building with the heart of a home.
Freezing cold all night, no heating on in feb!
The location is stunning as is the quaint set up of the rooms. A gorgeous deep bath and the cute details throughout. My welcome and check in was warm and welcoming as was the assistance when my tv and kettle didn't work. An invite to walk around the Gardens from Lady Mary and being issued with a guide ( If you do stay here, take advantage of this beautiful area)
Having to endure ongoing works until 10.30pm. I dismissed the fact that the heating was not working as there was a separate electric heater. The socket for the tv and kettle wasn't working, but was rectified by an extension lead being put in place, and when this was done the tv could still not be watched as it wasn't tuned in (Room 19...you may wish to fix this) None of these things were a real issue. But having left home at 5am and working all day I did wish to relax.....not an unreasonable request. My attemot to have a relaxing bath was thwarted by constant banging and voices and this continued right up until 10.30pm. When I asked the owner if this was going to stop (at 10pm) I was told yes and she apoogised, then she suggested that I have a refund and go stay somewhere else! I did point out that at 10pm this was not an option. I would be working the whole of the next day and then driving onto Leeds, and all I actually wanted was some peace. Bit they had 'had a day of it!' The noise did stop and I went to bed. The electric heater had not really done it's job and the hot water bottle in the room certainly came in handy. In the morning the Breakfast room was cute, but hardly comfortable. There were too many tables, the person sitting by the hot water heater must have been a brave soul as he was in constant danger of being scalded by people squeezing through with tea and coffee. Trying to find things was frustrating....pouring sugar for cereal, near the cereal? No, on a completely different unit, milk for coffee, near the coffee, no, near the cereal. I gave up and ended up with sugar cubes on my cereal. A fellow diner remarked as he saw me trying to find things that it was like a 'treasure hunt'. No direction for breakfast, I stood there waiting whilst a fellow diner went to get assistance for me. Told to sit where I liked. I had ordered a cooked breakfast upon arrival.
Quirky building with plenty of history and lovely gardens. Owner and family very friendly. Reasonable value for money.
they had a problem with the electrics when we got there and put us in a room on the top floor of the main house, lots of stairs inc a spiral stone staircase. [ my wife has a problem with stairs so once up did not come down unless ness].also no shower just a attachment for the bath taps but you could not stand up to shower as no curtain or any where to put shower head. TV was faulty and took until second night to get changed. Drive was a muddy track but saying that it is winter
Everything was just right not clinical just friendly quirky in a really good way
Nothing to dislike unless you want soulless
accommodation and Lady Mary Herbert
finding this place was not easy, better directions are necessary
Room, bed - what is not to like. Cost, grounds...
I have stayed here before and it is worth going 2 hours out the way to stay here. The renovations to part of the house which is not part of the house are going well. You can walk round the gardens which is a joy, will we be back as soon as we get some more work down that way
Friendly and efficient service. Excellent facilities that met my needs.
Historic setting, beautiful quirky room, roll top bath all just beautiful. Buffet breakfast is lovely- this is a place worth visiting.
Historic, quirky, comfortable, super clean, warm .. All just great !
There wasn't anything not to like.
Back at the Fat pigeon for the second time. Can not be bettered as far as my requirements are concerned. Warm friendly service, ample facilities for a one night stay and excellent VFM I'll be back
The stone spiral stair case , when you are carrying a bag is quite scary.
A great place I would not hesitate to book again. Clean and friendly, free parking and wifi and close to supermarkets and places to eat (3 mins drive) despite being out in the middle of fields.
Curtain rail end was broken. Kettle was stuck on a chair and the last time they painted it was a a bit shoddy. With just a bit more investment they could charge 50% more for a room.
I liked the location, quiet peaceful and away from stress, internet was fantastic (free wifi) so it allowed me to get lots of work done. Bed was so comfortable. The whole appearance was brilliant open the large old world front door step back in time (in a good way) Large flagstones in the hall. Lovely fireplaces. Room was en-suit comfortable and had every thing I required. Car park is well lit in a tasteful way, just had a really good experience thank you.
nothing liked it all
Style. Furnishing. Reception staff. Peace and quiet. Proximity to town.
bell in reception too quiet.
Te staff go out of thier way to make certain your stay in enjoyable. The breakfasts are superb served with a smile at all times. A must stay for me next time I am in Somerset, cant wait in fact! Les. Lancashire.
The serenity of the landscape giving me time out to reflect a little. I appreciate that the building hasnt been restored to within an inch of its life but maintains its original character features offering a sense of walking through the 13th century as it was.
When I booked here I didn't expect what we booked it was the best place I have booked and I stay in around 60 places a year
Nothing keep doing what your doing
The property dates back to 1066 that was probably when the dirty filthy bathroom was last updated. Disgracefull dingy dirty room never bothered with the breakfast could not wait to leave this filthy hole in the morning. not worth £5 a night or even free AVOID.
Set in corner of large estate would have liked to look around the property & grounds but did not have the time. Would return again if in the area.
In the winter months it is in an isolated position to visit in the summer would be ideal.
Never in our wildest dreams did we ever think that we would be staying in a large anex attached to the manor house,our large room looked out over lake were the swan's were.it Brympton was mentioned in the Doomsday book 1220 Lady Mary Herbert goes out of her way to make you feel quite at home.Just loved it we stayed 3days,a lot to see in the district and loved the b/bathe fat Pidgeon A must on everyone's Bucket List
We happened on the Fat Pidgeon online and we're delighted with our stay. Located in a lovely old estate with very spacious rooms and extra special attention from Lady Mary at breakfast. A highlight of our England trip.
The signage to the property is really hard to see
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