Globetrotters Cafe Bar & Restaurant Ltd

A Hotel in Yeovil, Somerset

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

73 South Street
Yeovil
Somerset
England
BA20 1QF

Globetrotters Cafe Bar & Restaurant Ltd, Yeovil

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The Globe and Crown.Our hotel on South Street operates a 34 en-suite bedroom facility offering greater flexibility for all accommodation requirements.At low fixed prices with no hidden extras, all our bedrooms are comfortable and well equipped everything you want for a good nights sleep. The lodge is adjacent to a licensed bar and the Globe and Crown has its own restaurant, so you can relax and refuel after a hard days travelling.

3 star rating

From: £38.00


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