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Laburnum House Lodge Hotel
Sloway Lane
West Huntspill

Bridgwater
Somerset

TA9 3RJ | View map

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Laburnum House Lodge Hotel combines regional charm with modern luxury. We are a converted farmhouse situated within the beautiful and majestic Somerset levels, between the seaside town of Burnham-On-Sea and the historic market town (and port) of Bridgwater. The famous Cheddar Gorge and market town of Wells is but a short distance inland from us. Laburnum House features a Heated Indoor Swimming pool; Jacuzzi; Tennis Court and Solarium which make it an ideal destination for individuals, couples, families and conferences. We also offer a comprehensive corporate activities package.

Laburnum House Lodge Hotel has been designed with you in mind! All of our quality bedrooms are quietly located on the ground floor. All bedrooms contain computer-modem compatible telephone systems.

Our restaurant offers a wide selection of wines and home-cooked food ranging from light snacks, bar meals, buffets to our varied dinner and lunch menus.

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Number of Rooms: 60
Number Ensuite: 60

Price per Person

Double: From 34
Twin: From 34
Single: From 58
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