Hawk House

Guest Accommodation in West Camel, Somerset

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Camel Cross
West Camel
BA22 7RA

Hawk House, West Camel

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Accommodation Description:

Hawk House is a family run quality bed and breakfast located in the picturesque Somerset countryside near to Yeovil and RNAS Yeovilton. With superb access to the A303 and many of Somersets visitor attractions, including the Fleet Air Arm Museum and Haynes Motor Museum, it offers the perfect location for business and pleasure trips alike. At Hawk House we strive to deliver the highest standard of personal service and facilities whilst maintaining traditional values and a homely feel.

Supporting our local community through the use of local produce and services is important to us, as is ensuring every guest has an enjoyable stay.

 4 star rating

From: £65.00

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