The Mount Somerset - A von Essen Hotel

A Historic Hotel in Taunton, Somerset

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The Mount Somerset - A von Essen Hotel, Taunton

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Built in 1805 by an Italian architect and surrounded by beautiful Somerset countryside, with spectacular views over the Quantock Hills.

4 star rating

From: £110.00

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