B and Bs in Taunton
Octon Lodge is a beautiful former 17thCentury coaching Inn set in over an acre of delightful gardens,situated in the vale of Taunton and only 1 mile to Taunton town centre. Wi-Fi internet access is available free of charge. You can be assured of a peaceful night's sleep away from the hustle and bustle of the town centre.Octon Lodge offers spacious, comfortable, elegant bed and breakfast accomodation all with ensuite facilities, ranging from Jacobean Four Poster suites to two bedroom apartments, as well as double bedrooms (single occupancy available).Our newly refurbished Coach house offers a beautiful two bedroomed apartment sleeping 5 people and we also have a Superior double suite both accomodation has a bathroom with roll top bathoom suite.We have just completed our new dining room with wonderful views over the garden.We are ideal for the business person or for those wanting a peaceful and romantic break.The Lodge is close to all amenitiesof Taunton including Taunton Racecourse which is situated opposite the lodge, King's College just 2minutes away down the road, Somerset county cricket ground, Musgrove park hospital, Taunton's Record Office, Hestercombe House, West Somerset Railway, Blackdown Hills and Quantock Hills.With easy access from the M5 junction 25.Our Stunning Jacobean Four Poster suites are full of Character and charm, having traditional slate floors with persian rugs, beams, views of the gardens, private access and exclusive patio's.They offer luxurious accomodation with Jacobean Four Poster beds, lounge with fireplace and a beautiful ensuite bathroom with bath and shower.Our two bedroomed apartments consist of two double beds,a lounge area,small separate kitchen and a fabulous bathroom.Octon Lodge offers spacious, comfortable and elegant rooms.All rooms enjoy private access, view of the gardens and patio with table and chairs, aswell as colour televisions and hospitality trays.
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