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Hotel Accommodation in Watchet, Somerset

Combe House Hotel

Grade 3 star hotel

Total bedrooms: 14

Priced from

£109 - £115

Conveniently located just off the A39 within easy reach of Bridgwater Minehead and Taunton Combe House lies in a peaceful wooded valley in the heart of the Quantock Hills. The hotel has 18 luxury bedrooms ranging from singles and doubles to twins and family rooms each with its own unique character. The hotel offers comfortable accommodation and a variety of on-site facilities. There are also great walks and magnificent countryside right on the hotel s doorstep. Each of the bedrooms has its own individual style elegantly decorated to retain the character of the building while being furnished to the highest standard. All rooms have en suite bath and/or shower rooms. Superior rooms have good views over the gardens are larger with king or super-king sized beds and have more luxurious toiletries and Bumblebee bathrobes. The hotel s award-winning a la carte restaurant is open daily for breakfast lunch and dinner while lighter bites and cream teas can be served in the bar or garden. A children s high tea menu is also available on request. The Head Chef Barrie Tucker creates his menus around the seasons with the emphasis on fresh produce that is sourced locally. Light lunches are served in the bar as well as on the lawn in fine weather and there is a comfortable lounge for morning and after dinner drinks. The Croquet lawn and well stocked library provide plenty to do without leaving the grounds but if guests just want to relax this is the perfect place easily reached yet incredibly peaceful.

Facilities

 Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout

 Cots available

 Wedding Licence

 Car parking available onsite

 Wi-Fi Available

 Meeting Facilities

 Restaurant

 Beauty Salon/Manicure

 TV

 Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room

 Hairdryer in each room

 Telephone In Each Room

 Limited Hours Room Service

 Limited room service for hot food

 Laundry/Valet Service

 Wake Up Call Available

 Interconnecting rooms available

 Childrens Facilities - Indoor

 Childrens Facilities - Outdoor

 Pets Allowed

 Porter

 Ground floor bedrooms

 In-room Broadband

 Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas

 Wi-Fi Available In Rooms

 Private dining services

 Lounge Menu

 Bar

 Breakfast to go

 Croquet

 Radio

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The Blue Anchor

Grade 4 star hotel

Total bedrooms: 5

Priced from

£2000

The Blue Anchor is located in Blue Anchor that is near the charming small port of Watchet and on the edge of Exmoor. Close by is the ancient Village of Dunster. br / br / br / br / The rooms include a large family room complete with its own balcony and sea view. All the rooms have their own bathroom and a flat screen TV. The hotel s garden has stunning views across the Bristol Channel and is popular with locals and tourists. br / br / br / br / Part of the hotel dates back to the 16th century. Being an old building and only recently under new management the hotel is not suited to those with mobility issues. The hotel is open all year round serving simple but good food at affordable prices.Suitable for guests attending a wedding at St. Audries wedding venue. br / br / br / br / The Blue Anchor has been under new management since August 2016 and the reviews of the property show the improvement. The Blue Anchor has undergone refurbishment work over this time and the owner Cara is continuing this work to improve the facilities.

Facilities

 Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout

 Car parking available onsite

 Restaurant

 Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas

 Bar

 Video/DVD Library

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The Carew Arms

Grade 4 star hotel

Total bedrooms: 6

Priced from

£65

At the heart of a picturesque village the Carew Arms is the quintessential English inn. Car parking can be found to the rear. We are located near Taunton in Somerset with beautiful views over the Quantocks providing good food and accommodation this traditional 16th-century bed-and-breakfast with a stone facade is 4 miles from Coleridge Cottage the historic home of poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge 7 miles from the rural Cleeve Abbey and 10 miles from Enmore Park Golf Club. Nestled at the foot of the Quantock Hills a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty the Carew offers fine views of the neighbouring countryside both from some of the well-appointed guest rooms and from the garden terrace. All rooms are double/twin with a private bathroom and have their own tea and coffee making facilities digital Freeview and free Wi-Fi access. There s a rustic restaurant with garden seating and we offer a wide menu of local produce and fine local ales which you can enjoy if you choose in our original flagstone bar with its wide inglenook fireplace.

Facilities

 Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout

 Cots available

 Car parking available onsite

 Wi-Fi Available

 Restaurant

 TV

 Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room

 Pets Allowed

 Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas

 Lounge Menu

 Bar

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The Hood Arms

Total bedrooms: 9

Priced from

£2000

The Hood Arms is an historic 17th Century coaching inn situated in the village of Kilve on the edge of the Quantock Hills. The inn is steeped in history being on the route of the Coleridge Way and close to the Jurassic coastline and beaches of Somerset halfway between Bridgwater and Minehead and very accessible for Taunton or as a base to explore Exmoor. Our newly refurbished accommodation is superbly appointed and features a number of superking king double and twin rooms. Our menu features fresh locally sourced seasonal produce and we have a different Specials board every day. br / br / br / br / For our business guests we are a short drive along the coast from the new Hinkley Point C development and can provide you with a comfortable home from home whilst you are working in the area. br / br / br / br / The Hood Arms has a long rich history with an Inn being recorded on the site as far back as 1689 the year that William and Mary replaced James II as co-monarchs of England. br / br / br / br / The inn was originally called the Chough & Anchor but by 1832 it had been renamed The Hood Arms although the original pub sign was retained and is still used to this day the chough and anchor being the crest of the local landowners the Acland-Hood family of St Audries. By the end of the 1830 s the pub was flourishing and stables were added in 1839 to attract the growing coaching trade travelling along the Nether Stowey to Minehead turnpike. br / br / br / br / The classic layout of the Hood Arms remains largely unchanged since 1736 and its easy to relax by the open fire with a pint of Cider or Real Ale and imagine those times when Kilve was a centre for smuggling along the Bristol Channel coast with Brandy and illicit goods stored the Chantry situated behind the Hood Arms in Sea Lane or you might have shared a tall tale with Coleridge or Wordsworth as they enjoyed a hearty meal in the pub. br / br / br / br / Pleasse note if you d prefer to book directly with us please contact us via our website by email or telephone us on 01278 741114

Facilities

 Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout

 Car parking available onsite

 Restaurant

 Iron And Board In Each Room

 Wake Up Call Available

 Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas

 Bar

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The Notley Arms Inn

Grade 4 star hotel

Total bedrooms: 6

Priced from

£2000

Re-built around 1870 The Notley Arms Inn Exmoor National Park Somerset has recently been refurbished back a traditional country inn with open fires and a beautiful beer garden bounded by a bubbling stream and a separate coach house with six en-suite bedrooms which have been awarded Four Star Gold by the AA. br / br / br / br / We serve Somerset s finest Ales Beers and Ciders as well as the best local produce for our meals which are freshly prepared daily by our award winning team of chefs. Our prices includes a delicious fresh home cooked full Exmoor Somerset breakfast. br / br / br / br / Whilst in a stunningly beautiful part of Exmoor we are conveniently located to Taunton (13 miles) Minehead (9 miles) and Dunster (7 miles). Other nearby points of interests are: Tarr Steps Exmoor s most famous landmark is an ancient stone clapper bridge shaded by gnarled old trees. Its huge slabs are propped up on stone columns embedded in the River Barle. Local folklore aside (which declares it was used by the devil for sunbathing) it first pops into the historical record in the 1600s. Holnicote Estate The 5060-hectare Holnicote Estate sweeps south east out of Porlock taking in a string of impossibly pretty villages. Picturesque Bossington leads to charming Allerford with its 15th-century packhorse bridge. The biggest Selworthy offers eye-catching Exmoor views a cafe shop and cob-and-thatch cottages clustering around the village green. Cliff Railway This extraordinary piece of Victorian engineering sees two cars linked by a steel cable descend or ascend the sloping cliff face according to the weight of water in the cars tanks. All burnished wood and polished brass it s been running since 1890 and makes for an unmissable ride. And finally we would like to recommend the beautiful West Somerset Steam Railway the longest Steam Heritage Railway in the UK connecting Minehead with Bishops Lydeard.

Facilities

 Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout

 Car parking available onsite

 Restaurant

 Iron And Board In Each Room

 Limited Hours Room Service

 Wake Up Call Available

 Interconnecting rooms available

 Porter

 Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas

 Bar

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