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The Best Western Plus Centurion Hotel is located between Bath and Wells, with leisure facilities. The property's restaurant overlooking the parkland golf course and ample free parking. The location, the frieldly staff and the several lounges that we could use for our own convenience.
The Sheppey in Glastonbury provides adults-only accommodations with a restaurant, a bar and a garden. The accommodations features nightclub and free WiFi. Nice location, fantastic, quirky pub with excellent food , friendly, helpful staff and lovely...
With a restaurant and a bar onsite, The Bath Arms Hotel offers adult-only accommodations in the picturesque village of Cheddar. The Cheddar Gorge Caves are just 10 minutes' walk away. Beautiful updated bathrooms. Fantastic range of breakfast (included with the stay!)
Set in Wells, 1.6 mi from Wells Cathedral, The Wookey Hole Inn offers accommodations with a restaurant, free private parking, a bar and a garden. The hotel has family rooms. Staff were friendly and very accommodating, rooms were clean and lovely, would definatly reccommend...
The family-run Cameley Lodge is set in beautiful countryside looking out over private lakes, 10 miles from Bristol, Bath and Wells, and 11 miles from Bristol Airport It is a small country hotel with...
Around 2 miles from Glastonbury, The Bear Inn by Marstons Inns offers accommodations alongside its restaurant, bar and beer garden in Street, Somerset. Comfy bed, good facilities (tea, coffee, with biscuits, fluffy towels). Great price.
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. Best price in or around wells. £45 for a night. Extremely comfortable and very spacious room.
Luxuriously furnished rooms and fantastic spa treatments, including a hydrotherapy pool and body wraps, make Bannatyne's Charlton House Spa Hotel one of the premier hotels in South West England. The check in was informative and friendly.
Boasting a bar, THE KING ALFRED is located in Street. Private parking can be arranged at an extra charge. At the hotel, rooms have a wardrobe and a TV.
Set in a stunning location on Wells Cathedral Green, facing the West Front, the Ancient Gatehouse is well-located for exploring Somerset's beautiful historic areas. the surprise of a 4 poster bed and the very deep matressess.
Located in England's smallest cathedral city, The Swan provides excellent accommodations and hotel facilities. The Swan makes an ideal base for exploring Somerset. Comfortable and welcoming hotel
Featuring a garden, Lillypool Farm is located in Shipham. Free WiFi is available and private parking can be arranged at an extra charge. Guest rooms in the hotel are equipped with a flat-screen TV. There was no checking in or out for us on this occasion was perfect as we arrived late and had early...
In the Somerset town of Street, this modern hotel features 3 AA star accreditation, and is a 4-minute drive from the town of Glastonbury. The staff were very friendly!
Among the various facilities are a restaurant, a bar, as well as a garden. Private parking can be arranged at an extra charge. Guest rooms in The Ring 'O' Bells are equipped with an electric tea pot.
Wells Cathedral is absolutely stunning. The carvings on the west front are magnificent and we particularly liked the clock inside. The stained glass windows are also beautiful. You can book to go on special tours that take you up higher into the cathedral but we didn't have time. We loved the green at the front of the cathedral but would have loved it to be more lit up at night.
GORGEOUS! We visited day and night to get some cool shots of this cathedral. It is very intricate and grand. You can't go inside (that we could see!) but it's great to see from outside. Someone was having a wedding there, so there's that too!
I thought the cathedral was spectacular, Hower I did not like that they take your donation from you on the way in and there are “ suggested” donation amounts on signs before being guided through a till point, I think that is very wrong.
The cathedral is superb. The staff and volunteers are absolutely wonderful and knowledgeable. There's currently a former architect who is really helpful and grab him while you can he's 90+ but looks 20 Years youner. Forgot to ask the secret of his longevity.
Lovely architecture but what I did object to is if you want to go inside there are signs saying no admission fee when you get to the entrance a huge sign says the suggested donation is £6.50. A donation is a donation.So while I appreciate the cost of upkeeping such a magnificent building I think this is very misleading and they should change to a straightforward admission fee.
Amazing. Opt for the tour - hourly on the hour - and then wander round a bit on your own inside and out side, including seeing Vicars Close. Also go to the Bishop's Palace and Gardens. Excellent cafes in both places where the profits go to maintaining these wonderful places.
Wells Cathedral and the Bishop's Palace are both stunning buildings, while Vicars Close is the oldest inhabited street in Europe - well worth a visit