Montacute House (National Trust)
Montacute House (National Trust)

Montacute, a little west of Yeovil, may only be a fairly small village but it has its own castle remains and the substantial Ham stone Montacute House, built in Tudor Times, many smaller residences in the same material making this a charming place... Read More

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Kings Arms Inn

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The Kings Arms Inn near Yeovil is located in the delightful countryside of South Somerset in the heart of Montacute, a small picturesque village well known for its use in ... More

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The Phelips Arms

The Phelips Arms
The un-spoilt Somerset village of Montacute the location of the film Sense and Sensibility is where you will find our charming 18th Century Hamstone Coaching Inn The Phelips Arms. Not only are we surrounded ... More | visit website

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The Masons Arms (0.88 miles)

The Masons Arms
My partner and I had been running pubs together for ten years as managers for various breweries before we found The Masons Arms. It is a picture postcard pub in a very pretty ham stone ... More | visit website
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Masons Arms (1.00 miles)

Masons Arms

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The Masons Arms is a delightful thatched pub in a traditional and peaceful hamstone village. It is a very friendly area with many National Trust properties nearby and other areas ... More

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Pieris (1.42 miles)

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Nestling in a sheltered and peaceful valley beside a tree lined mill pond, this delightful cluster of cottages stands in six acres of superbly landscaped grounds. Perfectly ... More

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Brympton House (1.62 miles)

Brympton House
Brympton House is a much loved stately home once owned by the Earls of Westmoreland.
All of our bedrooms have flat screen TVs, radio alarm clocks and a comfortable armchair. Crisp Egyptian cotton sheets and beds ... More | visit website
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Thorne Cottage (1.74 miles)

Thorne Cottage

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In a very quiet rural hamlet 3 miles from Yeovil town centre, we are close to all tourist attractions in the area and within easy reach of all local business establishments. We ... More

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Premier Inn Yeovil (2.00 miles)

Premier Inn Yeovil
Situated to the west of Yeovil next to Westland Helicopter factory. For shops and local amenities Yeovil town centre is only 3.5 miles away. Ideally located within easy reach of the A303 London to Exeter ... More | visit website
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Halfway House Inn Country Lodge (2.06 miles)

Halfway House Inn Country Lodge

The Halfway House Inn Country Lodge is a family run hotel offering lodge style accommodation and is ideally situated for both business visitors and tourists to Yeovil and the surrounding area

Twenty-one comfortably furnished rooms ... More | visit website

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Yeovil Court Hotel (2.10 miles)

Yeovil Court Hotel

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If you are looking to hold a private dinner, small conference or simply want to relax in the haven of the South West corner of England for a weekend break, ... More

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Ash House Country Hotel (2.51 miles)

Ash House Country Hotel

A Beautiful Georgian Country House located in the heart of the peaceful Somerset countryside. A family owned & run country hotel renowned for its idyllic location, yet just 1 mile from the main A303.

The building ... More | visit website

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White Hart Hotel (2.64 miles)

White Hart Hotel
A pleasant Hamstone Grade II listed coaching inn dating from 1735, the White Hart is a comfortable, family run hotel in the heart of South Somerset. All of our rooms have tea/coffee making facilities and ... More | visit website

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