Went to the woolpack Inn. Not a busy place at the time,bar staff 'forgot' to serve my drink.The ordered meal took ages to arrive, and only after complaining did we both receive a very poor meal.Had the feeling it was too much trouble for them because local people were tended quicker.
It was a beautiful house in a lovely location. Jo and Tim were friendly and welcoming and were a great help in making our stay special. The rooms were lovely. Warm and comfortable and a pleasure to stay in. It was an ideal position as it was close to both Bath and Longleat.
Quiet village far enough off the A36 to ensure a peaceful sleep. The Woolpack pub is a building dating back to the 16th century, and is full of character:- much better than staying in one of the large chain motels.Great food here too. It is also ideal for a stay to discover the delights of Bath, especially if use is made of the Park and Ride facility on the A36 on the outskirts of the city, as it solves the problem of where to park.
This is a beautiful village, Traditional pub we used the Woolpack which served lovely food with a smile. It is very handy for the P & R at Odd Down to go into bath for the day, it also has a bus from the village into Bath.
We had dinner in the pub at the bottom of the hill in the village. Good food and wine.i was showing two Canadian friends a little of the West of England, and they loved this Peaceful characterful little village.