Castles in Somerset

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Blue Anchor (Self catering)
Cottage: HCBUTCO, Blue Anchor


SANDY BEACH AT DUNSTER 2.5 MILES Buttercombe is situated in Cleeve Park a quiet wooded residential park a 0.5 mile drive from the coastal village of Blue Anchor with its …
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Winscombe (Self catering)
Scrumpy Cottage, Winscombe

Scrumpy Cottage

This cottage is located on a non-working farm near to Winscombe in Somerset and can sleep two people in one bedroom.
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Castle Cary (Hotel)
The George Hotel

The George Hotel

A 15th century country town hotel at the centre of historic Castle Cary, nestling in the hills of South Somerset.Two bars the George Bar with an original inglenook fireplace and the snug for non smokers offer bar meals with tasty chefs specials and a selection of real ales.The elegant panelled … more >>

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Shepton Mallet (Hotel)
Charlton House

Charlton House

A luxury country house with a unique story- built in 1630 and opened as a hotel in 1996 by Roger Saul the creator of the British design label, Mulberry and his wife Monty. Nestling peacefully on the edge of an English market town, this atmospheric country house hotel has retained … more >>

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