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Reviews of Bath Arms, Crockerton

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Review by Sarah White on 14th May, 2007

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This place is a must if visiting the area. After a tiring day at Longleat we were very happy to find such a spacious relaxing b&b. The room was enormous with opulant furnishings and the shower was incredible. We ate at the pub in the evening and were not disapointed. Fresh fish and a wealth of choice makes it a quality establishment. Retiring to bed is a joy as the bed is gigantic and the flat screen not far off. The breakfast was perfect, anything you wanted. With only two rooms you must get in early to avaoid having to stay at competition. Throughly recommend the Bath Arms and are looking forward to returning.

Date visited: 11 May 2007

Review by Chloe & Gaz on 30th September, 2006

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Had stumbled across The Bath Arms Crockerton, so glad we did....More than we could have expected and especially for the price. Gorgeous spacious room with a huge bed and plasma TV, very clean with home from home modern decor. Very nice walk in shower with room for two! Food amazing as lots of choice and tasted yummy. The breakfast was superb as lots of it and just cooked so so tasty. Staff were really friendly but not in an 'in your face kinda way'! Planning another break away there soon but this time for a couple of nights to fully appriciate time away from home in such a lovely comfy place.

Date visited: 26th September 2006

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