Welcome to The Lynch Country House, your Somerton “home away from home.” The Lynch Country House aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Given the close proximity to Lytes Cary Manor (2.8 mi), guests of The Lynch Country House can easily experience one of Somerton's most popular landmarks.
Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV, and The Lynch Country House makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including baggage storage. In addition, guests can enjoy free breakfast during their visit. As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
If you like pubs, The Lynch Country House is conveniently located near The Kingsdon Inn, The White Hart, and The Globe Inn.
Should time allow, ACEarts and Midney Gardens are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
The Lynch Country House puts the best of Somerton at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
A fabulous stay. This is a beautiful country house hotel. My cousin and I stayed here whilst attending a family reunion in the area. I loved the antique furniture and the classical decor. The owner and manager were both charming and we felt as if we were staying with friends. The breakfasts were delicious and freshly cooked to order. The beds were huge with pristine white bedding. I definitely want to return and show my husband this beautiful place with its quiet elegance and delightful gardens.
We found this place on line and it seemed to be good. It certainly was, Lynne the manager was so helpful and pleasant, the rooms were spotless and the breakfast was excellent. It has an acre or so of lovely gardens with many rare trees and a steam running through it. Oh and they had grapefruit juice at breakfast-always a sign of a good place. David & Trish
Within very easy walking of the village of Somerton this Manor House is beautiful. Our massive dual aspect twin room looked overlooked the gardens. The staff were very welcoming and we were offered a pot of tea and biscuits in the drawing room on our arrival. Plenty of off road parking. Breakfast was delicious. We met the resident owner, amazing gentleman full of amazing stories. We wished we had booked more than 1 night there. You will not be disappointed.
Accommodation in the main house had been suspended because of scaffolding all round due to major roof repairs but we were housed very comfortably in the gatehouse and had a lovely garden outside our window. Not hugely up to date but this didn't matter as everything clean, comfortable and well provided for. Also safe, with plenty of hand gel, masks on staff and social distancing. Breakfast was in the lovely orangery in the main house looking out on to the charming back garden and it's water feature. Food was good - muesli followed by plentiful scrambled eggs and smoked salmon but full English available if wanted. We would certainly return when back in the area.
My sister and I stayed for one night while we shopped at the nearby Clarks Village outlet. We were the only ones staying this particular night in December, and we stayed in the Kendal room at the top of the house (2nd floor). We were met by Mr Roy Copeland, jazz musician, who was a wonderful personality, showed us around and pointed us in the right direction for our room. He also booked a table at a nearby restaurant for us to eat that evening, which was a short walk away in the centre of the village. The accomodation, while not necessarily modern, is exceptionally clean which is incredible in itself in such an old property with an abundance of antique furniture. The beds were comfortable with plenty of pillows to choose from, we had a double bed and a single in our room. Our bathroom was next door but was ours to use, plenty of clean, white bathrobes were supplied as well as flannels, hand and bath towels and lots of very good toiletries. We were asked in the evening what time (roughly) we would like our breakfast, anytime we liked, we went for 8.30am. Breakfast was freshly cooked to order with plenty of choice. There were cereals, yoghurt and lots of fresh fruit to choose from. Toast was made with some excellent bread, definitely not supermarket. The orangery where breakfast is served, looks over the beautiful gardens and we were greeted again by Mr Copeland. The hotel manager could not have done more for us and felt like a friend by the time we left after our nights stay. We could not recommend this bed and breakfast more and will definitely be staying again.…