Norton St PhilipCopyright Maurice Pullin

Norton St Philip is a small village sited on one of the quieter routes beyond Bath its grander neighbour to the north, whose flirtation with history was brief and brutal – Judge Jeffries hanging a dozen of Monmouth’s supporters here... Read More

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George Inn

George Inn
Fourteen minutes from Bath and set in scenery of rolling green Somerset hills, this 700 year old inn has much to delight - it is a feast for the eyes and boasts every traditional comfort. Character ... More | visit website
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Bath Lodge Hotel

Bath Lodge Hotel

Situated just seven miles from Bath city centre, Bath Lodge provides the ideal location for visiting local attractions such as Longleat, Stonehenge and Wells without the problems of parking and access associated with staying in ... More | visit website

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Rose & Crown (1.44 miles)

Rose & Crown

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The Rose and Crown is a late 18th century inn. Situated 4 miles south of the heritage city of bath on the B3110, in the idyllic village of Hinton Charterhouse. ... More

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Woolverton House Hotel (1.60 miles)

Woolverton House Hotel

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A unique, privately owned hotel set in three acres of grassy parkland situated just seven miles outside Bath. The house has been updated with a contemporary oriental theme in sympathy ... More

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Friary Dene (1.99 miles)

Friary Dene

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Welcome to Friary Dene a relaxing and fabulously comfy Bed and Breakfast in Bath. Pretend this is your own pied-à-terre in the country, book and unwind with a lazy long ... More

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The Cross Keys (2.21 miles)

The Cross Keys
Situated on the old Fussel's Brewery Site in the heart of Rode, this old country Inn, circa 17th century, has many lovely features to enjoy, one of which is the working Queen Victoria Golden Jubilee ... More | visit website
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Homewood Park Hotel & Spa (2.42 miles)

Homewood Park Hotel & Spa
Standing amid 10 acres of beautiful grounds and woodland on the edge of Limpley Stoke Valley, a designated area of natural beauty is Homewood Park, one of Britain's finest privately-owned smaller country house hotels. ... More | visit website
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Shrubdown B&B (2.48 miles)

Shrubdown B&B

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Country retreat. Family home set in two and a half acres of gardens with fantastic southerly views above the glorious Iford Manor and its renowned Peto garden. A sprawling house ... More

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Lullington House Bed & Breakfast (2.55 miles)

Lullington House Bed & Breakfast

Richard & Nicola welcome you to Lullington House. The house is a former Victorian rectory set in a rural quintessentially English village. The house stands in ten acres of paddocks, woodland and well maintained mature ... More | visit website

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Travelodge Beckington (2.85 miles)

Travelodge Beckington

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Limpley Stoke Hotel (2.96 miles)

Limpley Stoke Hotel

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With stunning views of the valley and 3 acres of private grounds, this traditional Georgian country house has a delightful village setting, in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Originally founded during ... More

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Woolpack Inn (3.03 miles)

Woolpack Inn

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Rich in historic character and traditional charm, this stone-built coaching inn originally dates back to the 1500s and today offers comfortable en suite rooms and delicious food. In the charming Somerset village ... More

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