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Quaint and cosy place to stay in Taunton, Summerset. Barbara & John are great hosts and full of local knowledge that they're happy to share with guests. Breakfast will allow you to miss lunch, or at least only have a light midday meal, perhaps in...More
My wife and I traveled around Devon and Cornwall, staying in different B&B's. All were good, some great.
We had a bit of trouble finding accommodation at the last night before driving to the Pembroke ferry port the next day. A very kind taxi driver...More
Wonderful hosts and very cycle friendly as could use one of the barns to securely store our bikes and trailer. An easy bus ride to town (buses run every ten minutes and bus stop a walk away). Big breakfast and all fresh organic produce. Also...More
I stayed here for a few nights as part of a business trip, the room was clean and very comfortable. The location is great, a short drive to Taunton and all of the restaurants and amenities.
The owner is lovely, very friendly and welcoming and...More
Bed extremely comfortable, linen spotless, en-suite room very clean, and larger than average.
Although did need more coat hangers!! Breakfast cooked freshly from local produce. On site parking. Made to feel welcome and were able to take little look at the farms new arrivals -...More
This is the place.... and of course the owner knows aboit the ankle hobbled put on his cows.... people like this know everything that is going on in their busi was - it's their business! Disgusting! I hope your business... More
This is the place.... and of course the owner knows aboit the ankle hobbled put on his cows.... people like this know everything that is going on in their busi was - it's their business! Disgusting! I hope your business suffers and goes under!
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"If you have kids with you get John to show them the farm animals."