The Beambridge Inn

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Beambridge Hotel
Wellington
Somerset
England
TA21 0HB

The Beambridge Inn, Wellington

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Set between the rolling Quantock and Blackdown hills the Beambridge is ideally located to access the South West. Just 3 miles from either J26 or J27 of the M5 the inn is perfectly sited to explore all that the South west has to offer whether it's the coast of Burnham on Sea or Exmouth or the natural beauty of Exmoor. For the business traveller Taunton is just 15 minutes drive and Exeter 20.All rooms are well appointed and furbished to a high standard with teacoffee making facilities flat screen TV and en suite facilities as standard.The Beambridge serves food all day from light snacks to 34 course meals with a carvery option served during particular days.

 4 star rating

From: £75.00


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