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Thatched Cottage
63/67 Charlton Rd
Shepton Mallet
Somerset

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The Thatched Cottage is a beautiful 300-year-old listed Inn lying in the heart of the Mendips, which has been extensively refurbished and re-thatched to bring the buildings and the facilities up to the very highest standards.

The contemporary gastro open plan bar is very elegant and bright with its oak beams/wall paneling, wooden flooring and luxurious cream walls. The striking features continue through to the restaurant seating 52, with two open fireplaces an adult dining experience not to be missed. Wine features heavily with a selection of 40 different wines and champagnes to compliment the exciting and creative lunches or evening A La Carte menus.

You'll find 8 luxury bedrooms at the Thatched Cottage with delightful en-suites offering a touch of real class. A perfect conference/meeting room for 28 - 45 completes the excellent offer of casual luxury in a contemporary environment yet with old-fashioned standards of service!

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Number of Rooms: 8
Number Ensuite: 8

Price per Room:

Double: From £60
Single: From £60
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Open All Year
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