The Green Room

A Restaurant with rooms in Yeovil, Somerset

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

The Green Room, 11 Wine Street
BA20 1PW

The Green Room, Yeovil

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Accommodation Description:

The Green Room enjoys a quiet position in the at the epicentre of Yeovil's Town Centre; an eclectic mix of traditional charm and contemporary finishes. Experience affordable yet quality food and service in this friendly, family run restaurant also offering five highly appointed en-suite bedrooms, with large luxury power showers. Prices starting at 49.50 for a single.

Enjoys quiet position in the Town Centre. Ideal location for visitors to the South West. Two hours from London & Cornwall.

The Green Room has been steadily building a solid reputation among its clients for excellent food quality & accommodation since opening in June 2007. Dining areas are set out on 2 floors, in a variety of 'nooks' with the charming exclusive sixteenth century cellar restaurant being characterised with brick vaulted ceilings suspended on hamstone columns. Always using locally sourced, freshly prepared products, there is a Lunchtime Menu Mon through Sat (12 to 2.30pm) offering mains, light bites & sandwiches.

Evening menu (7 to 9:30pm) changes daily. Sunday Lunch Menu offering traditional roasts & contemporary dishes (12 to 2.30pm). Sunday evening bookings essential.

Hugely popular 3 Course Set Menus Lunch 9.95 (Mon through Sat) Evening 12.95 (Sun through Fri) Fully air conditioned. Music in the Cellar every 3rd Sunday. Inc Jazz, Blues, Folk Five luxury en-suite bedrooms available with prices including Continental breakfast.

(Full English available at 6.95). Free wi-fi throughout building. Car parking available.

Secure 24/7 access. The bedrooms (1 single 3 double & 1 family room/luxury suite) are all tastefully appointed for the comfort, convenience and safety of our residents. Offering friendly service, our 'home-from-home' aproach appeals to tourists and business clients alike, as our hotel guests are always a name, never a room number.

A huge range of local tourist attractions cater for all seasons & weathers. Yeovilton Air Museum, Montacute House, Sherborne Castle, Wookey Hole to name a few. Conservation Trusts, animal sanctuaries and of course the beautiful Jurassic Coastline only 40 minutes' drive.

Excellent road & rail networks.

3 star rating

From: £45.00

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



Business Facilities

Dining Facilities

Breakfast (Full cooked)
Breakfast (Continental)

Child Facilities

Pet Policy

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