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Ilminster in Somerset provides a fantastic base for breaks. Visit this quiet market town and enjoy the stunning countryside that lies on our doorstep. Ilminster is a charming town home to medieval streets, independent shops and regular markets. It is a great base to explore the many cycling routes, National Trust Houses & Gardens that Somerset has to offer. Located just half a mile from the A303 and 10 minutes from the M5, the hotel makes a great base from which to explore the beautiful county of Somerset. Individuals, tours and groups of varying sizes are welcome – the hotel has 23 bedrooms to choose from in a variety of styles. The hotel has ample car parking with easy access for guests. Recently, the hotel’s reception, bar and restaurant areas have all been refurbished. The bar, lounge and Revival restaurant are open all year around. Enjoy a simple snack, tasty carvery or more formal a la carte dining. This 3 star Edwardian Country House is a great venue for small intimate weddings, large receptions and civil wedding ceremonies. The hotel's ballroom (the largest in the area) can seat up to 250 guests for a wedding reception venue and there are 4 licensed rooms where a civil wedding ceremony can take place. Guests can stay in one of our 23 individually furnished en-suite bedrooms. We'll get involved from the initial planning stages right through to the big day itself. Our aim is to make your wedding day as special as it can be while alleviating some of the stresses along the way. For all enquiries, please contact the hotel directly.
All reviews lovely hotel lovely town short walk into town no lift business trip car park lamb lounge area ample parking very pleasant stay comfy bed large room large portions potatoes west country stayed here for one night sunday lunch
At first looks it’s a lovely place but the rooms are quite dated (we had a deluxe room, though with and need a revamp the sealant round the bath at present a large messy smear that has loosened!
The TV was temperamental probably due to...More
We booked 24 tickets for Blues Bros Christmas night on 13th December. The manager emailed to say that the band would not be able to perform as they had an 'accident'. I suspected this was a lie and contacted the band who confirmed that they...More
2 nights R&R and hard to find fault. Room was clean and well proportioned. Breakfast cooked to order and the coffee very good compared to some establishments. Staff were most helpful and attentive, when required to be. Bar was comfortable and prices very reasonable. A...More
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Very nice hotel with friendly and helpful staff. Old style building with lots of stairs and no lift, but that didn’t bother us. We had a huge room at the top of the building so lots of stairs but it was so worth it for...More
We were upgraded to Room 7. Very nice room with 4 poster bed, settee and huge double bathroom. If they had a better chef it could easily get 5 stars. The breakfast was all precooked and kept warm. The fried egg was served swimming in...More
We have 3 ground floor rooms, access to the hotel is from the outside on the level, and access to our restaurant and bar is on the level,
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