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Croydon Hall
Felons Oak
Minehead
Somerset

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Croydon Hall is a guest house and venue with a difference. Nestling in the unspoilt countryside of Exmoor National Park, this gracious country mansion provides a perfect base from which to explore the Park and all that Somerset has to offer. Set within six acres of old established gardens, Croydon Hall boasts a tranquil setting with rolling lawns, ancient trees and far-reaching views over the famous Quantock Hills. Serving delicious vegetarian cuisine and a spacious and relaxing atmosphere, Croydon Hall provides a very special country house experience without the price tag of a country hotel. The breakfast is a nutritious vegetarian buffet and the rooms are fresh and clean. We also offer superb leisure facilities to ensure a comfortable, relaxing stay.

Whilst Croydon Hall enjoys a superb location within Exmoor National Park, you don't have to leave the building to experience a truly relaxing break. You can unwind in our well-equipped spa and for a real treat, book a bodywork treatment. Our kitchen has earned a well-deserved reputation for delicious, international and innovative vegetarian cuisine. Our buffet-style restaurant is perfect for all occasions not only for breakfast and why not sit and relax in our licensed bar or take a drink onto the lawn.

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