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Laburnum Lodge House Hotel
"liked the privacy of individual lodges, clean but needed updating. breakfast was absolutly terrible, full english everything deep fried, needed power drill to cut fried bread and the sausages were ..." More

Red Cow
"We dropped in for food on the way back from the cinema and were welcomed in for a fantastic meal and even kept the kitchen open. We would highly recommend a ..." More

Watchfield Inn
"IWe have been to the Watchfield Inn for our Sunday lunch several times now and the food is hot and cooked lovely. I love going there for lunch on a ..." More

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Highbridge is a town in Somerset situated close to the Bristol Channel coast, near the mouth of the River Brue and on the very edge of the Somerset Levels. It is a market town whose importance increased with the growth of the railways, but suffered as they declined. Evidence has been found of Roman settlements in the area; the bridge itself is thought to have existed in some form back in Saxon times. It is not known exactly when the current stone humpback bridge was built. Highbridge grew into a regional market and industrial town between the latter half of the 19th century and the early 20th century. The livestock and cheese market thrived, and other important employers were Highbridge Wharf, Buncombe's Steamrollers, and the Somerset & Dorset Joint Railway rail works. Since the early part of the 20th century, the decline of heavy industry and transport hit Highbridge hard, causing many job losses. Highbridge is next to Burnham on Sea, a popular seaside resort with a beautiful sandy beach and home to the shortest pier in England. Visitors can stay at the Laburnum Lodge House Hotel, a three star hotel offering all its rooms on a ground floor location.


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The Greenwood (0.92 miles)

The Greenwood

The Greenwood is 4 star-rated guest house providing individually decorated and furnished bedrooms in tranquil surroundings. There are 3 family/twin rooms, 3 double rooms and 1 single room. Evening meals are available if booked in ... More | visit website

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Wall Eden (1.29 miles)

Wall Eden Farm offers you the chance to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. The cabins are situated along the Western Bank of the River Brue on the Somerset Levels; the ... More | visit website
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Crossways Inn (1.45 miles)

Crossways Inn
The Crossways Inn is situated in the village of West Huntspill in the heart of historic Somerset yet conveniently located on the A38 only 10 mins away from the M5 motorway. We are perfectly placed for ... More | visit website
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Knightsrest (1.45 miles)


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Hugh and Jenny welcome you to their lovely Edwardian house which enjoys a quiet location just a few minuets easy walk to the town centre, beach, restaurants and pubs. Open ... More

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Laburnum House Lodge Hotel (1.69 miles)

Laburnum House Lodge Hotel

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Laburnum House Lodge Hotel combines regional charm with modern luxury. We are a converted farmhouse situated within the beautiful and majestic Somerset levels, between the seaside town of Burnham-On-Sea and ... More

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Battleborough Grange Hotel & Restaurant (2.19 miles)

Battleborough Grange Hotel & Restaurant

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This hotel and restaurant rest under the historic Brent Knoll, conveniently located off the M5 and near the town of Burnham-on-Sea. This country hotel is set in picturesque landscaped grounds, offering superb ... More

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Woodlands Country House Hotel (2.45 miles)

Woodlands Country House Hotel

A haven of peace and serenity, nestling in four acres of wooded parkland, at the foot of The Knoll.
Woodlands, formerly a late 1800s Victorian farmhouse, now provides comfortable, elegant surroundings for that relaxing break you ... More | visit website

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Burton Row Farmhouse (3.26 miles)

Burton Row Farmhouse

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A wisteria clad C16th Somerset longhouse on the Somerset Levels, rural but central to all the delights of Somerset and beyond, beautifully renovated to a high standard. We offer a ... More

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Burnt House Farm (3.48 miles)

Burnt House Farm
Welcome to Burnt House Farm Bed and Breakfast! This stunning property lies in 10 acres of beautiful countryside and offers fantastic views. Situated in the picturesque village of Mark, we are only 10 miles from ... More | visit website
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Days Inn Sedgemoor - M5 (3.87 miles)

Days Inn Sedgemoor - M5
Free wi-fi facilities in all rooms when you book this hotel. Enjoy a peaceful nights sleep at Days Inn Sedgemoor, which is situated in the Welcome Break Service Area on the M5 northbound. On site facilities ... More | visit website

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