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The Fat Pigeon, Odcombe, Nr Yeovil, Somerset, Yeovil, BA22 8TD – Show map
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4:00 PM - 8:00 PM
8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Free! 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 in a crib.
All older children or adults are charged GBP 25 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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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 455 reviews Good
On the outskirts of Yeovil, in scenic Somerset, the family-run Preston Hotel offers elegant rooms with free Wi-Fi. The Victorian hotel also has a traditional restaurant and ale bar.
Score from 204 reviews Very good
The Keep’s elegantly styled boutique rooms are set within a few metres of Yeovil town centre’s shops and bars.
Score from 197 reviews Wonderful
The Kings Arms is an 18th Century Inn located in the picturesque village of Montacute close to the stately home Montacute House, used for filming 'Sense and Sensibility.
Score from 22 reviews Very good
Wonderful hospitality, outstanding location and very comfortable beds!
The location was beautiful and peaceful. Breakfast was delicious.
room three stories up very poor stairs, no fire escape, seems to have been finished in a rush
The building is a wonderful old structure, under maintained for about a century but still intriguing to look at. Check out south outside face. This one for architectural history buffs. Good parking
no dinner kitchen, but staff recommend good local establishments only about a mile away. Place might be cold in winter, don't know
Charm of the wonderful building Very warm welcome
Very small bathroom
Beautiful views. Rooms were cosy and comfortable
Our bathroom didn't lock so had to improvise to lock it
Location was stunning, breakfast was a treat, eggs from the chickens in the garden and cooked by the lady of the Manor. Room was luxuriously furnished, comfortable, well ventilates, warm and quiet. Free wifi was a bonus. A country retreat
Hard to get my wheeled bags across the gravel drive and pathway. Lots of stairs to climb, no lift as it is a country house. Limited in room drink facilities, once they were gone they were gone and nowhere to top up.
Position, staff, breakfast, room
The manor house was lovely, value for money was good. There were some shortcomings but it was easy to overlook these because of the many positives. Lady Mary was a lovely hostess and we would definitely visit again.
Would have liked the availability of dinner, there are places nearby so not a problem.
wonderful landlady, very friendly staff, lovely countryside, very authentic location, antique appointments, relaxed atmosphere, aura of peace
Gardens at Brympton House, which Fat Pigeon is adjacent to.
Our room, which was in an old wing of Brympton house up very windy steep stone steps. It was room 9, to be avoided at all costs. No wardrobe, they had improvised with a WOODEN COAT STAND with hangers. Cobwebs & insects INSIDE the window by bed. No curtains, & bare light bulb over bed. Shower & toilet in a cupboard. Not clean throughout & a cockerel's food was placed under window next morning so that the crowing woke us at an unearthly hour after a very poor sleep. Didn't bother with breakfast as we were just glad to get away from the place. It seems we were in the servant's quarters & were told that no other rooms were available, which we subsequently found out the next morning was not true. We can only comment on room 9, but when we complained, the daughter of the house said we were placed in one of the better rooms!! In dire need of an inspection & we wonder if health & safety as well as trading standards should be alerted. Sleeping in the old wing of Brympton House, contravenes the advertising of Fat Pigeon.
Loved the surprise of finding out that what I thought was a night in a country pub turned out to be so much more. Loved that we were invited to explore the house and gardens at will.
The only negative was the lack of a shower, however there was a beautiful, roomy roll top bath!
Can not fault
I would like to stay for longer
Really cosy and well-decorated bedroom with a stylish en-suite; warm welcome from the hosts, tasty cooked breakfast and gardens which are worth taking time to visit them.
Didn't seem as good as it was at first sight from the car park (buildings around need repair).
Very spacious and comfortable room. Lovely view over the lake. Wonderful old deep bath. Friendly and relaxed staff.
The welcome despite my booking not shown on list I was offered a leaflet to tour the gardens, then tea and cake in the sitting room which was very comfortable. The bedroom was well appointed and very comfortable. It was a unique place to stay and has lots of character and history.
No biscuits in my room and the radio alarm clock didnt work. The climb to my bedroom at the top of a tower, although this was partly my fault and could have been avoided if I had requested a ground floor room when I booked.
Everything but especially the wonderful view from my bedroom window
Well worth a stay. The surrounding gardens are amazing.
Customer service on arrival was very unhelpful and continued with some staff members. Did not deliver breakfast as advertised. Breakfast area was disorganised, cramped and low on supplies.
Located in the most idyllic setting. Lovely fresh and comfortable room. Fantastic staff with a warm welcome. Can't praise it highly enough.
I was rung at 18.40 when I was 2 miles from the property to tell me my room had been given to someone else as I had booked my room with Amex. I went anyway and the lady said there was no other room available but I could go to a bed and breakfast nearby. I asked why I had not been notified earlier and she did not know why. I will NOT be using their services again.
I loved the peace and beauty of this place. My room was spacious, well equipped, clean and comfortable, not forgetting the stunning views over the garden. Friendly staff and felt able to stroll around the grounds at will. Would stay again and good value for money overall.
Minor gripes were: Terrible TV reception in my room except BBC but this was OK as I enjoy sport (Commonwealth Games!) and don't watch much TV anyway. Room not cleaned on one day so not ideal to return to a full waste basket and unreplenished hospitality tray. I reported this and it was recorded on a blackboard for the staff member responsible. I like my cuppa and biscuit on arrival but the latter was missing from the hospitality tray even though mentioned in the room information pack. These are all trivial but separate the good from the excellent in terms of feedback.
You imagine yourself in the Tudor era. The staff is most friendly and breakfast is excellent. The accommodation is like a museum of English heritage.
Personnel like gardeners moved with their machines too freely in between guests areas.
The building was fascinating, full of interesting nooks and crannies to explore. Excellent value for money.
We stayed in the a room at the top of the house which would have been servants quarters. The room was spacious but was a little to hot.
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