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Hotels in Nether Stowey

Apple Tree Hotel
Keenthorne
Nether Stowey
Somerset

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Delightful character hotel set in one and a half acres of grounds/gardens. The original Apple Tree Cottage dates back to the late 1600s. It had been transformed into one of the most popular hotels/restaurants in the area. We are also able to offer a superb location for meetings, weddings, dinners and family get togethers.

Well located, close to Bridgwater and to the M5, J24, on the A39 Bridgwater/Minehead Road. The Apple Tree Hotel offers all of today's comforts and necessities for both 'Business' and 'Leisure' travellers.

The area also abounds with local points of interest and our close proximity to the 'Quantocks' offers 'walkers' the chance to escape into the wild.

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Nearest Train Station: Bridgwater
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Ratings/Awards: AA 2 Star 72%
Number of Rooms: 15
Number Ensuite: 15

Price per Room:

Price Includes: Breakfast & VAT
Double: £85.00
Twin: £85.00 - Family ensuite £95.00(max 3 persons) extra bed £20.00
Single: £66.50
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Restaurant

Name: Conservatory Restaurant
Cuisine: English/Continental

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