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We booked a few rooms for a family weekend away.They all had big furniture , big beds ,good mattresses and adequate showers. They were clean enough and quiet. Parking was an issue as the hotel hasn’t got a car park but you have to use...More
Stayed here for 3 nights recently on a B&B basis. Hotel is centrally located in town centre, strangely adjacent to two Supermarkets, one upmarket, one downmarket, Waitrose and Lidyl to be exact. Accommodation was very good indeed - a spacious, nicely decorated airy room with...More
We came in for lunch during the street fair, there seemed to be an awful lot of staff in the place I only saw one other customer in the restaurant but a huge group of staff who were very loud; all being very young I...More
My Mum and I stayed here for 3 nights last week, we were visiting my Aunt who is unwell and lives just down the road so the location was excellent. Luckily we could park at her apartment as the hotel has no parking.
We stopped in Crewkerne for lunch. It was 2.30pm. Staff were lovely, smiley & friendly. We had fish & chips x 2, plus a glass of wine & a tea. £18. Very good value. A local pub, for locals but perfectly friendly for visitors too.
There are roads around crewkerne that you can leave the car in without charge. hermitage street. oxen road. court Barton. All near to town but no charge. west street and Abbey street are also car parks but might be pricey... More
There are roads around crewkerne that you can leave the car in without charge. hermitage street. oxen road. court Barton. All near to town but no charge. west street and Abbey street are also car parks but might be pricey long stay.
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"Room 6 and 7 were renovated rooms, but near top of stairs and fire doors"