The Redan

A Restaurant with rooms in Radstock, Somerset

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

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The Redan, Radstock

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Accommodation Description:

The Redan Inn is a newly refurbished public house with seven boutique rooms. Situated in the small village of Chilcompton we are ideally located a short drive from the cities Bath, Wells and Frome. The Redan itself however is nestled away in the picturesque countryside of the Mendip Hills Somerset.

We are set in the scenic Mendip countryside, ideally placed for exploring the South West cities or country combining a relaxing rural retreat or a short city break. The seven rooms all have wonderful individual period features and are decorated with vintage and antique furniture and artwork. Every room has an ensuite fitted with brand new Victorian bathroom furniture with powerful rain showers.

The luxurious suites also have freestanding roll top baths. We are proud to boast a pub and dining room serving modern British food made from locally sourced produce so our guests are able to enjoy food and drink with us too. All rooms are equipped with the following: Cosy feather and goose down pillows and duvets from Loaf Matresses and bedframes also from Loaf Bramley bath products - handmade in the South West of England using only natural ingredients Complimentary Wireless access Samsung televisions Tea and coffee from local roastery Brian Wogan Your booking includes complimentary continental breakfast Our aim is to provide bed and breakfast in cosy comfortable rooms which will ensure a great night?s sleep.

We think it is important for our guests to have a guaranteed touch of luxury during a stay with us - we have high quality beds duck and goose down duvets and pillows and spacious bathrooms filled with natural bath products from Bramley and 100% cotton towels. We know that these things come together to ensure a refreshing luxurious and comfortable stay.

3 star rating

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Room Facilities
Colour television
Internet access
Tea and coffee making facilities
Wireless internet connection
Ironing board

Wedding services
Room service
Non-smoking (throughout)

Free parking
On-site parking

Business Facilities
Internet connection (wireless)
Meeting rooms

Dining Facilities
The Redan Inn is a pub and restaurant serving modern british classics from an A La Carte menu as well as Feasting Menus for group reservations. We have a bar area which seats 30 as well as a Dining room seating a further 30 and a Private Dining room for up to 13 people.

Free Breakfast
Breakfast (Full cooked)
Breakfast (Continental)

Child Facilities
Games available
Children's menu

Pet Policy
No pets

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