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7 Draycott Road, Shepton Mallet, BA4 5HP, United Kingdom – Show map
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Golf Course (within 2 miles), Hiking, Cycling
Free public parking is available at a location nearby (reservation is not needed).
3:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Until 10:30 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 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Pets are not allowed.
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Surrounded by views of the scenic Mendip Hills, The Highwayman Inn is situated in picturesque Shepton Mallet. It offers 14 refurbished rooms with private bathrooms, and free public on-site parking.
Score from 210 reviews Good
This hotel is next to Wookey Hole Caves, 2 miles from the medieval town of Wells. It offers modern rooms with free Wi-Fi, a restaurant and free parking.
Score from 883 reviews Very good
Situated in Shepton Mallet, The Horseshoe Inn offers free WiFi. This pub is in a quiet area, just 10 minutes' walk from the town centre. Each room includes a TV and tea and coffee-making facilities.
Score from 41 reviews Review score
Just over 12 miles from historic Bath, The Kings Arms is a traditional West Country inn just outside the Somerset town of Midsomer Norton.
Score from 49 reviews Good
Great place, close to the town and Bath & Western Showground. Very Clean, comfortable and quiet. Thankyou !!
The history of the building and the surrounding area is very interesting. Modern fit out and well done.
Jean is such a wonderful host added so much to our visit. The accomodation was close to Glastonbury and other areas to explore.
The hosts were just a delight to chat with, knowledgeable about the area. They are also putting in a lot of work to their place right now, so the good facilities are going to be even better by the time you get there. Really great value for the room.
It felt like staying with friends. Mr and Mrs Kent were very helpful and informative. They made our stay a treat. The room had a TV and was nice a cosy. We could enjoy hot/cold drinks, biscuits and other goodies provided in the kitchen. this was very comforting after a long day out. The kitchen was open so we could use it when needed. If hungry there were pubs near by serving hot meals and a nice friendly atmosphere. The Masonic Lodge is about 40 mins drive from one of the most beautiful estates, Stourhead I have ever seen. Temples, grootos, lakes, swans, big stately house with a history etc. we enjoyed a day in the grounds. The lodge is also a close drive to bath for another day out. We also enjoyed the weekly market at a nearby village upon our departure from the Lodge. As a family who enjoys taking photographs you can image that there was a lot to fill our memory cards. I'd like to thank the Kents for a really lovely stay.
Very pleasant and friendly atmosphere. I was made most welcome by the owners. I loved the private kitchen facilities which made an evening snack or breakfast very relaxed and easy.
Can't wait to go back !!! Jean and jez are lush !! Extremely friendly and relaxed .... Just loved everything about it !! We'll be back v soon !!
The character and history of the property, the most amazing owners who were relaxed and kind and helpful in everything, nothing was too much trouble. particularly liked too the set up of a self-catering kitchen so you could please yourself and be flexible with snacks and breakfast time. Really I was in awe of the place and made good friends with other travellers too...I felt like I had found a little piece of heaven here.
The fact that I had to leave and go home!
Bed very comfortable and nice simple breakfast
Very kind, friendly and helpful Hosts. The house is mystic place with modern renewed inside. Mellow scent and nice details everywhere. The town is in the center of many interesting tourist places around. We surely will come back.
The hostess was incredibly friendly and helpful.
Difficult to find even using sat nav, almost gave up looking and after staying almost wish I had, only pleased that it was only one night. Reminded me of my days as a student living in noisy halls of residence, no carpet on floors so no sound insulation, loud footsteps and echoing conversations, snoring through thin walls. Don’t expect shared bathrooms these days, at least a sink in room would have helped. No comparison with other establishments that I have used for the same price.
The owners were absolutely fantastic and made us extremely welcome and comfortable. Being able to help yourself to a full kitchen and breakfast. Relaxed atmosphere
Excellent kitchen and good variety of breakfast ingredients. Surprisingly good wi-fi reception.
From the name, we were expecting a grand old building with traces of its Masonic history. Difficult to locate (poor street signage). Bathrooms tiny - barely room to turn around.
Accomation fine for one night
The locatiion is a bit suspect as the pictures do not show the flats and council estate behind.
Owner was friendly and welcoming. Rooms were clean. We had a quiet and relaxed night. The house has an interesting history.
Breakfast was lacking (everything out of a box) considering the price. There is no breakfast room so you have to eat your breakfast in the rooms.
The amazing hosts give you personal attention in this quiet, clean and well maintained lodge. The free teas and coffees and fruits and smiles and homely environment will tell you the story. I will surely get back and I recommend with no reservation.
Very interesting building. Spotlessly clean with a large and comfy room. Plenty to eat and drink in the kitchen
Nowhere currently for you to sit other than your room. Did not like sharing toilets.
It was a very warm and friendly stay there. We have been welcomed by the owners and had a interesting evening talking with them :) We felt very welcome and would go back there any time. Clean, friendly and WIFI worked ;)
Everything was completly fine!
Jez and Jean the proprieters are the friendliest most helpful, accomodating, laid back but only when the work is done. The premises are very historical and Jez and Jean will gladly tell you all about it, they also have a very good knowledge of the area. Unfortunately our car broke down when we arrived but the next day Jez and Jean drove us to Glastonbury and picked us up in the evening. There was a good supply of croisants, fruit, yoghurts, tea and coffee, there were plenty of cerials to choose from and it was available all day. The rooms were spacious very clean with a TV. We came away very happy knowing we will definately go back again because we have made true friends in Jez and Jean.
We couldn't stay longer!! My only very very small disapointment (not even that) but being a larger person I found the wash basins very small and difficult to have a shave in, however I know they have plans for on suite this winter, so this would not stop us going back.
Great value for money and very friendly.
Clean, very friendly, good value, in a lovely village. Purpose built rooms in an interesting old building in the centre of an old village. It has its idiosyncrasies, - but it makes them all clear on the web, so if you are surprised, you have only yourself to blame. If I'm in Shepton Mallet again, I'll certainly stay here again.
Finding it wasn't that easy - the road it is on is easy to miss. Soundproofing between rooms wasn't great - I wouldn't want to use it for my honeymoon. (But I have met this in much more expensive institutions)
Lovely building. rooms nicely decorated. Having access to a stocked kitchen 24 hours a day is great. Owners very friendly
Clean and hosts very welcoming.
Did not realise it was self service btrakfast not very clear from marketing. One of shower rooms bery small. Also is built up srea opposite hoising estate
The hosts are very pleasant; we had a lovely garden chat over coffee in the morning. Building is historic and architecturally interesting, and they are repairing/restoring/renovating the entire place. Will have full en suite facilities by the time I return, and I will return!
The Lodge is tucked away down a slightly twisty road, and the approach was a tiny bit intimidating for someone used to driving on the other side of the road while sitting in the other side of the car :) -- but this is not a big issue, merely a note.
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