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    Hotel Middlewick Holiday Cottages Glastonbury

    Situated in a great spot overlooking Glastonbury Tor, Middlewick Holliday Cottages offers elegant accommodation to guests looking to stay at the very heart of Arthurian legend. All rooms are housed in painstakingly restored 16th century farm buildings. Each is self contained and features fully equipped kitchen and separate sleeping and lounge/dining areas. Some even have biomass heating systems, fireplaces, dishwashers and washing machines. The most appreciated feature at Middlewick is undoubtedly the heated indoor pool and steam room, terrific on a cold winter’s day. On site parking is free, as is Wi-Fi, which is available throughout. There are no on-site dining options, but those not self catering may ask the hosts for good local dining recommendations. Glastonbury Tor shouldn’t be missed, and is just 1.7 miles from Middlewick on foot. Evocative Glastonbury Abbey is about two miles away. more

    Hotel Premier Inn Glastonbury hotel Glastonbury

    Located a little more than a mile from the town centre, the Premier Inn Glastonbury offers good value rooms and complimentary guest parking. The Glastonbury Festival site lies eight miles from the property. Rooms at the Premier Inn Glastonbury feature en-suite bathrooms and include amenities such as air-conditioning, flat-screen televisions with Freeview channels and tea and coffee making facilities. Guests can choose between free and premium (paid) Wi-Fi access. The on-site Brewers Fayre offers all-you-can-eat breakfasts, pub-style cuisine and traditional Sunday roasts. Alternative eateries in the area include the King Arthur and the Bay Tree Cafe. Glastonbury Abbey and Glastonbury Tor are within two miles of the hotel. Guests are also well placed to visit the Wookey Hole Caves and Mendip Hills. more

  • Hotel The Who'd a Thought It Glastonbury

    The Who’d A Thought It is a whimsical 18th-century inn set in the village centre in Glastonbury, UK. The five rooms at the inn all have individual designs with a bright and elegant decor. They are equipped with flat screen TVs and coffeemakers. Bathrooms are en suite with tub and shower combination. Room service is provided. The Who’d A Thought It is a non-smoking establishment. Car parking facility is available on site and is complimentary. Wi-Fi access is available and is complimentary in some areas. The inn has a restaurant/bar onsite done up with local artefacts. A traditional English cuisine prepared with locally available produce, pub fare, real ales and a fine selection of wines are served. Al fresco dining on the patio is featured in summer months. The inn is around two miles from the ruins of St. Michael’s Church. The Glastonbury Abbey is a two minute walk from the inn. more

  • Hotel The George and Pilgrim Glastonbury

    The George and Pilgrim Hotel, built in the late 15th century as a pub, offers an exciting glimpse into South West England's history. Located in the Glastonbury city centre, this hotel maintains many original architectural details. There are 14 rooms available and all are equipped with modern conveniences such as flat screen televisions, Wi-Fi and tea/coffee making facilities. The Four Poster Bedrooms feature luxuriously draped oak-framed four poster beds and Triple Rooms are available for larger parties. The George and Pilgrim Hotel is operated from a beautifully-maintained historic building.  Amenities include free parking and breakfast, an onsite beer garden and meeting rooms for up to 50 people. The heart of the hotel is found in its lively pub and restaurant. Classic, homemade pub fare and ale may be enjoyed in this traditional pub setting. Many visitors walk to nearby Glastonbury Abbey, a route that traces the steps of the pilgrims who first stayed at this hotel. As well as a variety of pubs and restaurants may also be found close by. more

    Hotel The Sheppey Glastonbury

    The Sheppey offers some very funky designed rooms with all mod cons, lots of artwork. Room 1 has a balcony overlooking the levels. Five minutes from Glastonbury and ten minutes from Wells, England’s smallest city, The Sheppey is a pub out in a world of its own, amongst the peat beds and murmurating starlings of the Somerset Levels. We offer brilliant modern European food, a constantly changing roster of beers and ales, and a bar covered in casks of local ciders that’ll knock your socks off Located 4.3 miles from Wells Cathedral in Wells, The Sheppey features a restaurant and free WiFi. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. bands and great music also feature. A flat-screen TV, as well as an iPod docking station are available. Enjoy a cup of tea while looking out at the river or garden. Rooms are equipped with a private bathroom. Extras include free toiletries and a hairdryer. more

    Hotel Camelot Retreat Glastonbury

    Camelot- a magical, mystical space set in a tranquil location with stunning views of Glastonbury Tor and meadows yet within walking distance of chalice well,the White Spring, the Abbey,Wearyill Hill, Glastonbury Tor and Town centre. All home comforts await you including spiritual books, dvds and cds. T.V. room, meditation lounge and use of kitchen for other meals if required as long as its VEGETARIAN.therapies,channeled readings and courses are available from Valerye.If you want something different where you can really feel at home Camelot is for you! self service Vegetarian breakfast at a time of your choice.Free wi-fi.Please ring Valerye on 01458 834876 or 07974119754 more

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