The Golden Fleece

Bed and Breakfast in South Chard, Somerset

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Perry Street
South Chard
TA20 4QH

The Golden Fleece, South Chard

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Accommodation Description:

The Golden Fleece is a family run Inn, with a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Carol and Paul Bloomfield have been serving up traditional home cooked food for the past 6 years and have built up an excellent local reputation. Recently completed converting the building at the rear of the pub, into 5 luxury bed and breakfast rooms.

Where we can offer a perfect location to escape and explore the West Country. Located on the road from Cricket St Thomas and on the Route to Forde Abbey.

 4 star rating

From: £72.50

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