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Stayed here this weekend and I can't recommend it enough! Every little detail about it was amazing! The owner Melody so the most welcoming person and has a brilliant sense of humour. She catered to our every need even booked us a table at a...More
My son and his family and my Husdand and I stay this Mother's Day and had a lovely time melody the lady of the hotel was great very helpful information about good resturant s close by and a very good breakfast was enjoyed by all...More
We held our wedding reception here in October 2016. What an amazing find! Fantastic rooms, wonderful period features, full commercial kitchen for our caterer to use, with bar you stock yourself and flexible and brilliant owners. We had a small reception with 20 guests and...More
We needed to stay in Midsomer Norton and knew of The Old Priory when it was a reputed restaurant. Thought we'd stay here rather than a chain hotel close by. How glad are we?! From the moment we arrived our stay was pleasurable and memorable....More
My son and I stayed here for one night, I only wish it had been longer!! What a beautiful, historical building and furnished accordingly. We had a twin room with very comfortable beds. Had a good nights sleep followed by a hearty breakfast to set...More
US$100 - US$151 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I am looking for a hotel which will accommodate a family get-together few days when we have visitors from abroad. No definite dates yet but it will be next February or March. How many people can you accommodate? Are there any places where young people (20's and 30's) can go in the evenings, and any where we older folk can go?
20 September 2014|
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Response from UkLesley | Reviewed this property |
There are a couple of pubs, but not a great deal else open in the evenings within walking distance.
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