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Swan Hotel
Sadler Street
Wells
Somerset

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Located in the shadow of Wells Cathedral, this 15th century hotel has a unique charm offering guests modern amenities in a beautiful setting.
48 Individually designed bedrooms come in a variety of styles. Also available is the luxurious Cathedral Suite; voted Most Impressive Guest Room in the prestigious Best Western Fan Awards. The 2 AA Rosetted restaurant, 15c A.D. offers the finest locally sourced ingredients, combining modern and traditional British cooking.

Wells is a delightful city with many historic buildings. Close by are Glastonbury, Wookey Hole Caves, Clarks Shopping Village, Stourhead House and Gardens and many other National Trust properties. The contrasting cities of Bath and Bristol are just 35 minutes drive away.

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Ratings/Awards: 2 AA Rosettes
Number of Rooms: 49
Number Ensuite: 49

Price per Person

Price Includes: Breakfast
Double: Standard 124 (144 DBB)
Superior 149 (169 DBB)
De Luxe 174 (194 DBB)
Twin: Standard 124 (144 DBB)
Superior 149 (169 DBB)
De Luxe 174 (194 DBB)
Suite: Cathedral Suite: From 300
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Restaurant

Name: 15c A.D.
Cuisine: Modern British
Chef: Leigh Say
Awards: 2 AA Rosettes

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