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Set in Glastonbury, The Covenstead offers a terrace and shared lounge. All rooms access to a kitchenette and a private bathroom. Free WiFi is available. Very cosy -atmosphere and decor stunning - breakfast excellent- shower bathroom excellent - dining room table and chairs incredible. Overall more or less faultless - and I have stayed all over the world in so called 5 star hotels and would rate this as good as ....
Who'd A Thought It Inn is set in the heart of the historic village of Glastonbury. This traditional English inn has a restaurant and bar. Rooms at Who'd A Thought It Inn have simple, bright décor. The room was very comfortable and clean, with extra little amenities like coffee, tea, and biscuits daily. They really made you feel welcome, and the food was excellent!
Located in Glastonbury in the Somerset region, Inn Glastonbury provides accommodations with free WiFi and free private parking. Bath is 27 mi from the apartment, while Bristol is 27 mi away. The location is ideal and the staff is incredibly helpful. I would definitely stay here again. :)
Surrounded by the Somerset Moors and Wetlands, the 4-star Meare Manor offers free Wi-Fi, free parking and elegant rooms with private bathrooms. Nice big room with armchairs. The breakfast was excellent with local produce and lovely homemade marmalade and jam. The proprietors were very friendly. Excellent location for local birdwatching.
Glastonbury is a great place to visit for a few days or to base yourself in the area. Great unusual shops you dont find anywhere else, a very spiritual place whatever your beliefs. You dont have to be a new age hippy to enjoy the history & architecture & feel of Glastonbury & the surrounding area.
Glastonbury is a ladies dream, as the shops have some beautiful products, especially clothes and different types of crafts and display items. The Abbey was tremendous and a lovely place to visit, we were fortunate as whilst it was a little chilly with a breeze the weather was excellent with a clear sunny day, which certainly enhances the tour.
Glastonbury is a wonderful magical place both rural and within the town. The Somerset levels with their expanse of sky. The Sweet Track nature reserve with art and craft gallery combines nature with retail therapy. Lots of walks. Great historic area. Friendly people.
Not impressed, lots of hippy types wondering about smoking. Strange atmosphere about the place, Abbey was great very interesting, the tor was good ,stunning views, hard walk but well worth it. Eating places very few and not much kerb appeal . Won't be rushing back.
The high Street has trendy, unique shops, wonderful to browse in/purchase from ornamental, clothing and spiritual merchandise and more. Local dining has a choice of foods / eateries to suit taste. There are wonderful historical sights to see/visit within a reasonable distance, (Glastonbury Tor, and the Abbey, not forgetting the vast landscapes all around. Much character to see and experience. A general, friendly, inviting atmosphere to spend time, with lots to see and do, yet calming and picturesque. The locals are very friendly.
There is very little to do in Glastonbury, every shop is the same; purple, wizard in the window, crystals galore, by shop three you're wondering how many sets of tarot cards a person needs. Restaurants were not good. One night here is plenty. Perhaps it was just not for us, even though we knew what the village was all about. Bath makes a better base to get about this part of England from.
The host was so kind and loving. I felt very welcome. He especially went out of his way to help with my transport back to London.