Orchard House

Guest Accommodation in Weston-super-Mare, Somerset

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Summer Lane, West Wick
BS24 7TE

Orchard House, Weston-super-Mare

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Accommodation Description:

A spacious luxury guest house offering excellent standards. Located in a quiet area - only 0.5 miles from junction 21 on the M5 and only 4 miles from Weston town centre. All rooms are en-suite and have tea and coffee making facilities, safe, trouser press, tv, dvd, radio, refrigerator and access to Wifi.

The Master bedroom is extremely large and also has a Half Tester bed, a lounge area, air conditioning and a large Whirlpool bath. All guests have full use of the lounge and garden. A modern local pub is within easy walking distance.

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From: £60.00

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