Yallands Farmhouse

A Historic Hotel in Taunton, Somerset

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating


Yallands Farmhouse, Taunton

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Yallands Farmhouse is a delightful Grade II Listed building offering quality accommodation in Somerset's county town. Open countryside is a few minutes walk away.

Yallands Farmhouse is a delightful Grade II Listed building dating back over 400 years, which sat amidst acres of green fields for several centuries. The expansion of Taunton during the 1970's led to new housing being built on the former farmland. The farmhouse, with its secluded garden, small orchard, and stone barn was left intact.

As a result, Yallands has become an unexpected 'oasis' of peace and tranquillity within a modern corner of Somerset's county town. Yallands offers Visit Britain 4 Star Accommodation in Taunton, Somerset. The house is situated 1? miles from Taunton town centre, on the north-western edge of the town, and is easily reached from the M5 motorway - Junction 25 (4 miles), and Junction 26 (6 miles).

For those who are reliant on public transport a local bus, with a stop at the foot of the garden, provides a frequent daytime service to and from the town centre. The much improved town centre provides excellent shopping, and county cricket, horse racing, golf, theatre, and other leisure facilities are all available nearby. Taunton has a good selection of restaurants and wine bars to suit most tastes, and the surrounding countryside offers many delightful pubs which serve excellent food.

There is ample car parking space in the private grounds. Yallands is open all year round and, whether you are a tourist or a business visitor, you can be assured of a warm welcome and individual attention. Please Note: Yallands is a No-Smoking property.

Regrettably, pets cannot be accepted.

4 star rating

From: £50.00

Room Facilities
Tea and coffee making facilities
Colour television

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

On-site parking

Business Facilities
Internet connection (wireless)

Dining Facilities

Breakfast (Full cooked)

Child Facilities

Pet Policy
No pets

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