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Location for this hotel is fantastic if visiting Wookey Hole. Large rooms, comfy beds, tea making facilities and fairly warm on a cold night. Access is good for walkers and pushchairs as well as being wheel chair friendly.
Staff all very helpful and plenty of...More
The room was fantastic guys thank you and the food (evening and breakfast)let’s get that said to start of with!!!
Faults their was no jagermeister
Ordered drinks and the gin cocktail was the worst I’ve ever tasted which the swap for a normal g and...More
Spacious family rooms and a very family friendly hotel. Connecting doors make for a great place to take older children too.
The bed was comfortable and the room quiet.
We didn’t try out the restaurant but the aromas coming from it were lovely!
We stayed here in the 'witches hat' room for two nights, it was good value, very comfortable and peaceful. We loved the caves and had a fantastic meal in the Inn over the road. Lots to do nearby too,Cheddar, Wells etc.
Had a great day at all the attractions beautiful scenery, lots of fun with the crazy golf.
Room was clean and well stocked, couldn't have been more helpful got extra pillows delivered to our room when requested.
Great meal in the on site restaurant that...More
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The staff were kind and efficient throughout our stay. Asking for the Duty Manager when staying at the hotel and showing him/her the problem bed would have been a solution to this problem. Alternatively asking for the... More
The staff were kind and efficient throughout our stay. Asking for the Duty Manager when staying at the hotel and showing him/her the problem bed would have been a solution to this problem. Alternatively asking for the contact details of the Merlin group.