Good Hotel Guide Review
Jason Robinson’s chic B&B occupies a refurbished 18th-century house in the heart of the historic harbour town that inspired Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Steps from the statue of the Ancient Mariner on the quay, this stylish spot has large, thoughtfully equipped bedrooms: find teas and coffee, plus a flask of fresh milk; fluffy towels, waffle bathrobes and high-end toiletries; a roll-top slipper bath and walk-in shower in the bathroom. Home-cooked dishes at the ‘beautifully laid out’ breakfast include a full veggie option; in the evening, a light cheese or charcuterie supper is available. From here, ramble along the Coleridge Way – picnic lunches can be arranged – or easily access the heritage West Somerset Railway.
48 Swain Street
all year except Christmas, New Year.
lounge, dining room, in-room TV (Freeview).
not under 12.
Amex, MC, Visa.
per room B&B single from £125, double £140.