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Population: 12000
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The Granary at Yew Tree Farm
"Probably the best holiday cottage we have ever stayed in. A beautiful setting, if it's peace and quiet you're after this is the place. Simply wonderful.

Date visited: June 2010 ..." More

The Haymaker Inn
"Great people & great beer, but room a little cold & menu a little sparce.

Date visited: 19 02 10 ..." More

The Haymaker Inn
"Good Points: Staff very welcoming, friendly and accommodating. Evening meal was very nice, ham egg and chips, ham was especially good as were the delicious chips. Bad Points: Kettle in the ..." More

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Chard is a very old town and parish in the county of Somerset. It is situated 15 miles south west of Yeovil, on the A30 close to the Devon border. It is the southernmost and, at 397 feet above sea level, the highest town in Somerset. Chard was the original seat of Cerdic, the first King of Wessex. Some scholars consider the legend of King Arthur to have been based on Cerdic and some believe Camelot was located somewhere near Chard. The Church of St Mary the Virgin was rebuilt in the 15th century but originally dates from the 11th century. There are two bells made by Thomas Bilbie dating from circa 1790. The church has been designated a Grade I listed building by English Heritage. Whilst in Chard, you should visit Forde Abbey and Grange, founded in 1146 and for many centuries one of the most important Cistercian monasteries in England. Chard also lays claim to being the birthplace of aviation, as in 1848 that aeronautical pioneer John Stringfellow first demonstrated that engine-powered flight was possible at Chard. Pubs in Chard include The Cerdic, The Phoenix Hotel and The Happy Return, for accommodation you could try the Watermead Guest House in the High Street.




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Places to Stay near Chard

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Bath House Hotel (0.24 miles)

Bath House Hotel

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An Orient Experience...... where West meets the East - The Bath House Hotel stands alone; contemporary, yet warm and inviting. The perfect place to explore the tastes of Asia in ... More

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Bellplot House & Thomas's Restaurant (0.34 miles)

Bellplot House & Thomas
Bellplot House is a delightful Grade II Listed Georgian Town House. The AA Award winning 'Best Breakfast' is a feast of excellent local ingredients. This 5 star guest accommodation is also recommended by Johansens, Alastair ... More | visit website
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Bellplot House Hotel (0.34 miles)

Bellplot House Hotel

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The only hotel in the centre of Chard, a quintessential English town in Somerset, this beautiful Grade II listed Georgian townhouse provides a stylish and comfortable environment in elegant surroundings. The ... More | visit website

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Ammonite Lodge (0.36 miles)

Ammonite Lodge

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Come and enjoy 300 years of ambience and character at our Grade II listed guest house. Awarded Four Stars under VisitBritain National Quality Assurance Standard we are able to offer ... More

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Watermead Guest House (0.45 miles)

Watermead Guest House

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AA 'Red Diamond' Award winners 2004/5/6. Charming Victorian Guest House in a quiet cental location in the market town of Chard and within easy walking distance ... More

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Lindens House (0.51 miles)

Lindens House
Joan & Robin welcome you to Lindens. Our friendly family run bed and breakfast is situated at the top of Chard high street with excellent surroundings and facilities. Lindens has five main bedrooms, of which 3 ... More | visit website
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Lordleaze Hotel (0.60 miles)

Lordleaze Hotel
A Comfortable Country Hotel Offering the Finest Standards

The Lordleaze Hotel is a delightful, privately owned, 25 Bedroom Hotel; set in a secluded area on the Somerset, Dorset and Devon borders.

Originally an 18th century farmhouse, the ... More | visit website

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The Haymaker Inn (1.43 miles)

The Haymaker Inn

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The restaurant, bar and en suite accommodation at The Haymaker Inn are in a tranquil area of outstanding beauty, 2.5 miles (4 km) off the A303 /A30 Ilminster-to-Honiton road. The Haymaker has ... More

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Hornsbury Mill (1.43 miles)

Hornsbury Mill
Welcome to Hornsbury Mill hotel & wedding venue in Chard, Somerset. A charming example of an early 19th century corn mill set deep in the heart of Somerset on the A358 between Taunton and Chard.

Built of local ... More | visit website
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Haymaker Inn (1.47 miles)

Haymaker Inn

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Tim and Gill would like to welcome you to The Haymaker Inn. We offer a lovely country inn with five letting rooms, a skittle alley, great real ales and good home-made food. We ... More

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