Spreyton Guest House

Guest House in Weston-super-Mare, Somerset

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72 Locking Road
BS23 3EN

Spreyton Guest House, Weston-super-Mare

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A warm welcome awaits visitors to Spreyton Guest House, in Weston-super-Mare. We provide stylish, comfortable, homely accommodation, with the facility of a ground floor en-suite bedroom, fine food, in a bright and warm Victorian house. It has private off- road car parking and is close to the town centre and sea front.

Notice our 3-nights and 7-nights accomodation packages at discounted prices.

Hayden and Wendy Taylor look forward to welcoming you to the Spreyton Guest House, situated in the popular seaside town of Weston-super-Mare. We are a friendly, family run guest house, known for a high level comfort and fine food. All of our quality rooms are individually designed.

Children of all ages are made very welcome. A cot and high chair is available for your stay should you require one. A warm welcome awaits you in our delightful dining room, where you have individual tables, the perfect place to start the day with a hearty Somerset breakfast.

Our breakfasts are known to be very scrumptious, as we use fresh farm products. Vegetarian breakfasts are available by request. Off road car parking is available to every guest.

We are just a 10 minute level walk from the train station, coach park, and the town centre and sea front. There you will find the Grand Pier, the Odeon Cinema, Playhouse Theatre, The Winter Gardens, SeaQuarium, Museum and Jill's Garden. Something for everyone! Spreyton Guest House is ideally situated in the centre of Weston-super-Mare with many attractions located within a short walking distance.

There are numerous west country landmarks such as Glastonbury Tor and Wells Cathedral, visitor centres i.e Helicopter Museum, Cheddar Caves & Gorge, Wookey Hole, Fleet Air Arm Museum, outdoor pursuit bases and shopping destinations within an hour or so of driving. There is literally something for everyone - from the farm visitor centre for the children, to ballroom dancing for the more mature people at Weston?s Winter Gardens.

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From: £47.00

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