Bed and Breakfast Accommodation in Ilminster, Somerset
Farndon Thatch B&B
Come and experience one of Somerset's best kept secrets!
Dating back over 500 years, this superb B&B with its relaxed, comfortable atmosphere and welcoming hosts, is set in one of the most beautiful areas of south Somerset near the lovely old market town of Ilminster. This delightful thatched stone cottage offers guests every comfort with touches of luxury, and presents ideal accommodation for the discerning visitor exploring the beautiful counties in the South West.
Open under the National Garden Scheme, the lovely one acre cottage garden has superb panoramic views from the Quantocks to Glastonbury Tor and the Mendips. An excellent area for walking and cycling, and for bird watching on the Somerset Levels and RSPB Reserves.
The two double bedrooms are very comfortable and tastefully furnished with views over the garden. The Medieval en-suite double has a kingsize bed whilst the SuperKing/Twin, in its own wing, has a private and generous shower room. Both rooms have full beverage making facilities.
The tariff for both double bedrooms (based on two people sharing) is £80.00 per night, inclusive of our delicious locally sourced breakfast.
Single occupancy of double room by arrangement. There is wireless internet access and private parking. The cosy guest sitting room has TV/DVD, beams, bake oven and wood burning stove.
The National Trust property of 'Barrington Court' is in the neighbouring village and the historic houses of Montecute, Lytes Cary, Cothay Manor, Mapperton and Forde Abbey, together with the beautiful gardens of Tintinhull, Hestercombe and East Lambrook Manor are all just a short drive away. Nearby Dillington House stages regular concerts and educational courses.
Farndon Thatch B&B, Puckington, Ilminster. TA19 9JA
Frog Street Farmhouse
This delightful listed Somerset longhouse dates back to the 15th Century and is situated at the end of a no through road in the beautiful tranquil Somerset countryside with an abundance of wildlife. Situated only 5.5 miles from the M5 motorway 6 miles from the county town of Taunton and approximately 20 miles from both the North & South coast makes it the perfect setting for either business or pleasure. br / br / br / br / The house has been tastefully restored to a high standard retaining the character of the house with its beamed ceilings fine Jacobean panelling and open fireplaces during winter guests can curl up by the log fire or in the summer enjoy the beautiful secluded gardens. the rooms are bursting with character but with just enough modern touches including sky TV and free Wi-Fi. br / br / br / br / Breakfast is included in the price all dietary requirements are catered for. br / br / br / br / Please look at our offers on our rooms which include10% off when you stay 2 or 3 nights or more or 10% off of our winter prices (restricted to one offer at a time) br / br / br / br / You will be amazed at the sheer number and diversity of attractions in Somerset! From mystical Glastonbury Tor Historical Wells and Dunster Castle. Manor Houses such as Tyntesfield Montacute House or Barrington Court to a day s discovery at the Fleet Air Arm Museum Haynes Motor Museum or enjoy adventure at Cheddar Caves and Wookey Hole. Discover the famous Hestercombe Gardens or visit some of the many National Trust and English Heritage properties. Alternatively spend a day on the Quantock Hills or Exmoor National Park. br / br / br / br / Frog Street Farmhouse is a haven of tranquillity for those seeking to escape the noise and stress of the modern world. Whatever the time of year you are guaranteed a relaxing unforgettable experience
The Hatch Inn
The Hatch Inn is an 18th century coaching Inn set in the picturesque Somerset countryside at Hatch Beauchamp just 10 minutes from Taunton. The M5 is just 5 minutes away providing easy links to Cornwall Devon Dorset and Beyond. br / br / br / br / Guests can enjoy a cosy and relaxed evening by real log fires in the lounge or enjoy a drink with our locals at the village bar and in the warmer months relax on our spacious patio. br / br / br / br / We have regular live entertainment from folk music to accoustic...... br / br / Whether you just want to kick back and relax or be more adventurous there s always something to get up to. We are on a numbered British cycle route (33) there are stables locally for horse riding enthusiasts and plenty of walking trails too. Nightlife is only a cab ride away if dancing is what you need and lots of local ciders to sample and we always welcome group bookings. br / br / br / br / We pride ourselves on our quality real ales and warm friendly atmosphere. br / br / Families are welcome. br / br / br / br / Breakfasts include a Full English using an award winning local butcher for our bacon and Sausages. We also serve a continental style breakfast. br / br / Our Menu is available from Tuesday to Saturday 12-3pm and Sunday 12-3pm. As well as our lunch and dinner menus offering the best of British pub food we do weekly specials using seasonal ingredients. br / br / Our Sunday lunch menu is £13.50 for 2 courses or £16.50 for 3. We pride ourselves on having one of the best Sunday Roasts in the area. Only the best cuts of meat homemade gravy and great roasties. br / br / Large on site car park
Woodleigh Bed and Breakfast
We offer high quality en-suite B&B Accommodation in relaxed and luxurious surroundings. Woodleigh Bed and Breakfast is a beautiful Victorian house built in 1895 that has been imaginatively refurbished to a high standard whilst retaining its original charm. Our garden is open to all visitors to enjoy. br / br / br / br / Ilminster is ideally situated close to many National Trust properties and areas of natural beauty. These include Barrington Court Montacute House Forde Abbey and the Blackdown Hills. We are also only 18 miles from the Jurassic coast. br / br / br / br / Ilminster takes its name from the River Ile and the Minster church dating from 1450. The town grew up around the church and some of the oldest buildings are close to the churchyard including the grammar school founded in 1549. In Victorian times the town was an important staging post for travellers with east-west and north-south routes converging there. Market Square has a colonnaded market cross rebuilt in 1813 and is surrounded by handsome buildings. Ilminster is an attractive and peaceful town with a good variety of shops a theatre and enchanting street names like Strawberry Bank.