Polden Vale

Bed and Breakfast in Pedwell, Somerset

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

20 Taunton Road

Polden Vale, Pedwell

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Accommodation Description:

Polden Vale is a small family run B and B Situated on the outskirts of Clarks Shopping Village, central for exploring Somerset and Devon. Although on the A361 the accommodation is situated at the back of the property ensuring peace and quiet. Off road parking.

There is a 2 1/2 acre field as part of the property giving good views of the countryside. 17 variety of birds has been spotted. Double En Suite room with own Lounge.

Twin En Suite room with own lounge. Both with Television and Beverage in rooms. Full English Breakfast provided.

Can cater for Vegetarians and other diets. Children and well behaved pets are welcome by prior arrangement.

 4 star rating

From: £60.00

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