Here are some other hotels nearby that we have reviewed
The Castle at Taunton
9 miles away
A riot of wisteria in spring, the Chapman family’s well-loved, stone-fronted, crenellated hotel has a choice of bedrooms, some contemporary, some retro-chic, some single, some interconnecting, while all tastes and appetites are catered for in Brazz brasserie.
Popular with locals, this 18th-century village pub has stripped-back modern interiors, boutique-style bedrooms, River Cottage-inspired local seasonal cooking, and a wood-fired oven on the terrace for alfresco dining.
In a medieval village overlooked by a red sandstone castle, the old guest house for Cleeve Abbey is now a friendly, unstuffy hotel, with a mix of bedroom styles, eclectically furnished public rooms, gorgeous bar, and menus catering to all tastes.
Behind a handsome 18th-century façade, this former village inn overlooking the green is a contemporary drop-in bar and restaurant with stylish rooms, offering a mix of pub classics and more imaginative dishes.
With characterful bedrooms, this gastropub on the market square is a foodie spot, serving local beers and ciders, organic wines and creative dishes in which local, seasonal ingredients speak for themselves.
‘Gardez le Foi’ reads the Poulett family motto over the door of this thatched, ham-stone village pub, and the trio behind the Beckford group (see The Beckford Arms, Tisbury) have kept absolute faith with their winning concept here.
There’s a wealth of olde worlde character at this 17th-century village inn, with smart contemporary bedrooms in a purpose-built barn, exciting gastropub cooking and wood-fired pizzas in summer in the lovely garden.