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The Castle at Taunton
The Castle Hotel Taunton, Somerset, historic, central with a touch of luxury.
Hotels in Bath, Wells, Taunton and across Somerset have won international awards for their outstanding service. Here’s how to find the best hotels in Somerset.hat can make the difference between a good hotel and a great one is usually the quality of the service it offers and that is all about the people. From the owners of the hotel to the team looking after the rooms, everyone has his or her influence on how good it feels to stay there. In Somerset, with our sunny disposition, we have a range of hotels offering first class service with a smile, whether they are boutique or budget, simple or stately. We have hotels in grand houses, hotels that welcome dogs, hotels that cater for all the family and hotels for the foodies. Whichever you choose, one of the main advantages of staying in a hotel is that once you arrive, you can sit back a relax knowing that there is someone who can take care of what you need for a great break whether it is something to eat, some peace and quiet or some ideas for a day out. Many of our hotels now have their own pools, spas and leisure facilities so it is possible to find everything you want without leaving the grounds.
Another important element in the choice of the right hotel is clearly location. If you don’t want to drive while you are away, a hotel in the centre of a city or town means you can explore on foot. If you plan to do plenty of walking in the open countryside, a hotel near one of our Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty is a contender. If the coast is what draws you, a hotel with a seaview is a definite option.
With one of the longest and oldest trunk routes in the country running through the County, it is not surprising that it also has a number of former coaching inns as well as some hidden gems that are off the beaten track.
To be found at the very heart of Bath’s fashionable society, No.15 Great Pulteney is an elegant and vivacious boutique townhouse hotel on the very grandest street in Bath. Comprising 40 individually-designed bedrooms, a supremely chic cocktail bar, restful sitting rooms, wonderfully individual restaurant and one-of-a-kind spa, No.15 exudes the understated sophistication of a private townhouse, together with the service and charm of a luxury hotel.
The award winning Beach Hotel overlooks Minehead Seafront and the iconic West Somerset Steam Railway. New England décor greets you inside, allowing for a relaxing drink in our bar and snug areas.
A vibrant, independently-owned boutique hotel with the best views across Bath
Stay at the magnificent Edgar Townhouse hotel. Designated as a Grade I listed building and in a UNESCO World Heritage Site, The Edgar is on Great Pulteney Street located in Central Bath close to all the major attractions, shops and restaurants.
A beautifully renovated Victorian railway hotel situated in the historic county town of Taunton, located opposite Taunton Railway Station. The Great Western Hotel offers a convenient & picturesque setting for all your leisure and business/conferencing needs. We also offer a comfortable ground floor disabled access room. Superfast fibre broadband is available throughout the hotel. Our lounge offers an extensive menu including a selection of fresh homemade cakes prepared by our award winning chefs with speciality teas and coffees available. A warm welcome also awaits your pooch whether just dining or staying overnight (surcharges apply for overnight stays).
Create your own adventure at Wimbleball Lake.
You’ll be amazed at the variety of nature you’ll see with over 100 species of animals
Famed for its hot springs, Bath houses the best preserved Roman Spa from the ancient world.
The first joint venture between culinary legends, Pierre Koffmann and Marco Pierre White.
Nestled in the rolling North Somerset countryside.
Built in 1795, the Pump Room is one of the most elegant and historical buildings in the country.