Good Hotel Guide Review
In the heart of the historic harbour town that inspired Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Jason Robinson’s chic, cocooning B&B is an ideal place in which to be idle as a painted ship upon a painted ocean. Ramble along the Coleridge Way if you must, or easily access the heritage West Somerset Railway. Alternatively, simply make yourself comfortable in one of the large bedrooms in this refurbished 18th-century house: each has been thoughtfully supplied with teas, coffee and fresh milk; waffle bathrobes and high-end toiletries; a slipper bath and walk-in shower in the bathroom. ‘Beautifully laid out’ breakfasts include a full veggie option; in the evening, a light cheese or charcuterie supper is available.
48 Swain Street
all year except Christmas, New Year.
lounge/dining room, in-room TV (Freeview), public car park 20 yards away.
not under 12.
Amex, MC, Visa.
per room B&B single from £125, double from £140.