Nunney

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Tel code: 01373 | code search
Population: 960
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The George at Nunney
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Nunney is a picturesque village positioned close to the edge of the Mendip Hills, in the County of Somerset, and is home to just over nine hundred people. It's surrounded by beautiful countryside, and dates far back in time, with traces of a Roman Camp nearby. The Nunney Brook babbles through the centre of the village, and if visitors step over the footbridge the impressive 12th Century church that's dedicated to All Saints has stood the test of time with its Medieval Wall Painting. A stroll around the village will uncover pleasing architecture from Medieval wonders, Georgian elegance, and delightful cottages and houses lining the roads. There are a couple of shops for that essential purchase, and a fabulous 17th Century Coaching Inn to try. Opposite the ancient Inn stands the evocative ruins of Nunney Castle which was built in the 14th Century. The castle was built in the French style by a favoured Knight and is surrounded by a Moat; it saw Cromwell's Army fight a bloody battle here in the Civil War where they fired a cannon and breached the walls. There is a range of places to stay whether it's a cottage or B&B which will please walkers, and Artists drawn to this pretty location.

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The George At Nunney (0.03 miles)

The George At Nunney

Explore Bath and the West Country from The George at Nunney, a 17th century coaching inn with bar, restaurant and B&B hotel facilities facing the romantic ruin of the 14th century Nunney Castle.

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The Place to Stay (1.25 miles)

The Place to Stay

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Set in the Somerset countryside but close to Bath, Glastonbury and Wells. These beautifully renovated farm buildings and Georgian house provide contemporary individually styled bedrooms and impressive en-suite bathrooms with ... More

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George Hotel (2.89 miles)

George Hotel

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Situated in the centre of the market town of Frome which is ideally placed for the tourist, being close to Bath and Longleat Safari Park.The 19 bedrooms are all en-suite ... More

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Archangel (2.91 miles)

Archangel
Archangel is a luxurious boutique hotel offering roll top baths and a bed so comfy you'll never want to leave. In addition there is a bar where you can sample our cocktails,good wine, sensational restaurant ... More | visit website
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Taumata B&B (3.62 miles)

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A friendly B&B in a rural Somerset village, within walking distance of the fabulous Bell Inn. We pride ourselves in hospitality and we are confident you‚ll have a great time. We serve ... More

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Page Dairy (3.67 miles)

Page Dairy

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Set in 40 acres of glorious Somerset countryside, Page Dairy is a recently converted barn and has three beautifully decorated double bedrooms, two with ensuite bathrooms all fitted to the ... More

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Mendip House Hotel (3.73 miles)

Mendip House Hotel
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The Mendip House Hotel is situated in 3 1/2 acres of its own landscaped gardens overlooking the Mendip Hills. The hotel is ideally located for guests to visit Bath, Wells, ... More
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Premier Inn Frome (4.32 miles)

Premier Inn Frome
Ideally situated for both business and leisure guests. For business this hotel is near to Commerce Park. Local attractions include Longleat Safari Park, Bath city centre, Wookey Hole caves and Cheddar gorge. For shops and ... More | visit website
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Lullington House Bed & Breakfast (4.90 miles)

Lullington House Bed & Breakfast

Richard & Nicola welcome you to Lullington House. The house is a former Victorian rectory set in a rural quintessentially English village. The house stands in ten acres of paddocks, woodland and well maintained mature ... More | visit website

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Holcombe Inn (5.00 miles)

Holcombe Inn
The Holcombe Inn is a 17th century grade II listed building, taking it's name from the village in which is is situated. Holcombe is an old village which has a mention in the Doomsday Book. ... More | visit website

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