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Hotels in Somerset

Somerset is a county in the west of England and it includes the spa town of Bath and historic Wells which are both popular with tourists. Somerset's landscape is defined by the Blackdown Hills, Mendip Hills, Quantock Hills, Exmoor National Park and the Somerset Levels.

The Travellers Guide has a selection of 3 star, 4 star and 5 star hotels, guest houses and bed & breakfast accommodation in Somerset, listed below. Please view our hotel offers page for the latest special offers for a range of hotels in Somerset.

During your holiday in Somerset, you should visit the Tor and Abbey in Glastonbury, the Cheddar Caves, the Wookey Hole caves and the Roman baths and Georgian architecture in Bath.

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Barceló Combe Grove Manor Hotel
Brassnocker Hill, Morton Combe, Bath, Somerset, GB
A Georgian style hotel surrounded by private gardens and woodlands, Barceló Combe Grove Manor offers views of surrounding Limpley Stoke Valley, three miles from the center of Bath (England.) Guests research the life of famed author Jane Austen at the Jane Austen Center in Bath, three miles from the hotel, and Bristol Airport is 30 miles.
Bailbrook House Bath
London Road West, Bath, Somerset, GB
Bailbrook House is located in Bath, England, two miles from The Roman Baths and The Royal Crescent. Pulteney Bridge and Bath Spa train station are 1.5 miles away. Hotel Features. Housed in a Georgian mansion, this hotel is set in 20 acres of gardens. Guests are offered a tennis court, fitness room, spa tub, and a sauna. Further amenities include 24 hour room service, currency exchange, and free parking.
Thornbury Castle
Castle Street, Thornbury, Somerset, GB
The Thornbury Castle Hotel is located in Thornbury within 400 metres of the town centre and 15 miles from the centre of Bristol. Hotel Features. This hotel is housed in a magnificent Tudor castle, surrounded by lush parkland. The castle opens to a reception area characterised by traditional arched entranceways and wood panelling and extends to public areas decorated with tapestries and heraldic shields.
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