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King William IV
Bath Road

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The King William Iv, Inn Is Located 12 Miles From Bristol Airport. This Hotel Is Situated In The Hamlet Of Tunley, Six Miles From Bath. The King William Iv Inn Is Set Amidst The Rolling Countryside Of Somerset Near To The Mendip Hills. Dating Back To The 19th Century The Buildings Served A Joint Function As A Farmhouse And As An Inn. Horse Drawn Carriages Would Stop Off En-route To Bath And Change Animals Before Continuing Their Journey. Whether Your Stay Is For Business Or Pleasure You Will Find The King William Makes A Refreshing Change From A City Hotel Or Travel Lodge.

This 19th Century Coaching Inn Has Been Family Run For Many Years, Offering A Substantial Garden, A Fine Lounge Bar Restaurant And Friendly Locals Bar, Both Bars Having Open Log Fires During The Winter Months. The Hotel Offers A Superb Menu Of Home Made Foods And A Fine Wine Menu, Selection Of Real Ales And Local Srumpy. In Addition To The Excellent Location And Fine Accommodations, Guests Will Enjoy World-class Service, Delivered By A Team Of Friendly And Competent Staff. The Hotel Is Convenient To Dining, Shopping And Entertainment.

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