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The Moody Goose at The Old Priory
Church Square
Midsomer Norton

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The beautiful Old Priory Hotel dates back to medieval times and offers guests a delightful place to stay in the heart of Somerset. The hotel is also home to the famed Moody Goose restaurant which was originally located in central Bath before the owner; Stephen Shore; was enchanted by the Old Priory.Lovingly preserved; the hotel features a wealth of character and charm in the form of inglenook fireplaces; flagstone floors and oak beams. This ambience; combined with the award-winning restaurant; provide guests with a truly splendid atmosphere in which to dine and relax.The hotel has a choice of wonderful rooms suitable for the travelling business person or families with children. Each room is equipped with ensuite facilities and contemporary touches to ensure you stay in the lap of luxury.The restaurant specialises in modern English cuisine and the menus reflecting the changing seasons featuring only fresh local produce. The Moody Goose has established an enviable reputation for quality during ten years in Bath and this has now been transposed to the tranquillity of The Old Priory.Please Note: We are a No-Smoking property. Regrettably; we cannot accept pets. Children welcome. Check-In time: 1400 and Check-Out time: 1100.

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