The George Hotel

A Historic Hotel in Castle Cary, Somerset

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Market Place
Castle Cary

The George Hotel, Castle Cary

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Accommodation Description:

The George Hotel is a 15th century country hotel based in the town of Castle Cary. The hotel itself is situated on Market Place which is the centre of the high street. It is nestled in the beautiful undulating hills of south Somerset.

The historic market town of Castle Cary still remains a local and national attraction.

It has managed to preserve many historic features of the town such as the round house horsepond and many other local buildings dating back to the 16th century. The hotel is owned and managed by Daniel Patrick along with family and staff. Our aim is to provide our guests with a warm welcome and an enjoyable stay whether it is for business or pleasure.

The hotel has two main bar areas offering an extensive range of excellent food and drinks. We also have a restaurant a full a la carte menu 7 days a week. The main bar has retained its character and has an original inglenook fireplace with an elm beam said to date back to the 10th century.

The bisro bar is an open dining area with an extensive menu. The George Hotel which was originally a coaching inn now has 17 individually decorated en-suite bedrooms. We are able to offer colour television tea and coffee making facilities radio telephone iron and board and hairdryer.

We also have five courtyard bedrooms one of which is our honeymoon suite. They all have external access allowing us to accept pets. Please let us know in advance if you require one of these bedrooms.

Pets are also permitted in the main bar area.

3 star rating

From: £65.00

Room Facilities
Colour television
Tea and coffee making facilities
Direct dial phone
Alarm clock
Wireless internet connection

Internet access (wireless) in public areas
Non-smoking (throughout)

On-site parking

Business Facilities
Internet connection (wireless)

Dining Facilities
Kinght?s restaurant is candel lit by night which creates a lovely cossey atmosphere for you to enjoy your meal. The restaurant is open from 6.30pm ? 9pm Mon ? Thursday and from 6.30pm ? 9.3pm Fri and Sat booking is advised.

Breakfast (Full cooked)

Child Facilities

Pet Policy
All pets

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