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Springfield House, Taunton, Somerset

Springfield House
Walford Cross

TA2 8QW | View map

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You will find a warm welcome at Springfield House. A country house set in two acres of quiet and well tended grounds. All rooms are en suite with central heating, TV, hairdryer and tea and coffee making facilities. The very best fresh local produce is used to make a first class breakfast, all Aga cooked. Vegetarian and other dietary requirements are catered for on request.
Easy to find, just five minutes from both Taunton and J25 of the M5. Our aim is to provide a quality B&B service and a warm welcome at a reasonable price.


Ratings/Awards: ETC 4 Diamonds
Number of Rooms: 5
Number Ensuite: 5
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Children Welcome
Special Diets Catered For -By arrangement
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms - All non smoking
Open All Year
Tourist Board Inspected
TV in Rooms

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Before the main treat, please help yourself to cereals or fresh fruit laid out for your convenience. I will ask you shortly if you would prefer tea served in a pot or fresh ground coffee presented in a café tier. If you prefer decaffeinated tea or coffee please let me know.

If you said “yes “ to a full English breakfast last night then you have given me the chance to offer you Somerset’s finest!

We think of a full English breakfast as naughty but nice. But not in this establishment! The bacon and the sausage come from the highly respected and locally famous butcher PB Pynes in North Petherton. The bacon is thicker than you get from the supermarket, and has much lower water and fat content. The award winning sausages also are lean with a high meat content and natural cereal and husk. If you want to know more, our Butcher can tell you the local farm the meat comes from!

The eggs naturally are free range. We buy them from the local farm and see the hens ourselves when we pick up the eggs. They are a noisy lot working hard to squeeze one out for you!

Having got the very best local produce, I then take special care as to how I prepare your breakfast. Everything is baked in our Aga so nothing, even the egg if you wish, is fried. This takes a little longer but I start cooking before you arrive for breakfast. That is why I asked you last night when you wanted breakfast – before you even unpacked your bags!

I will do my best to keep you topped up with tea and toast, but please ask if I do not get to you soon enough. We highly recommend our full English breakfast (although being Welsh myself I also like the Welsh breakfast as it comes with cockles!). Unfortunately I do not have any cockles, but if you prefer something other than our full English breakfast, please let me know. I normally can find some kippers or porridge in the larder.

Before you leave us, please let me know if you need any information about local attractions or directions to where you want to go next. We are often asked for directions so I can quickly print off directions for most places of interest.

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