Hotels in Midsomer Norton

Best Western Centurion Hotel
Charlton Lane
Midsomer Norton


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A family owned hotel. Ideally situated on the northern edge of the Mendips midway between Bath and Wells.

  • Conveniently placed to visit Bath, Wells, Cheddar and Longleat
  • Extensive leisure facilities Fitness Centre, Indoor Pool, Golf and Bowls
  • The ideal place for Conferences, Civil Ceremonies and Wedding Receptions

The Hotel combines a highly professional service with a relaxed, friendly atmosphere. All of our 44 en suite bedrooms are well-proportioned, decorated and furnished to a high standard. Each has direct dial telephone, WiFi internet access, television, hairdryer and tea and coffee making facilities.

The location of the hotel makes it an ideal base to tour the many places of natural beauty and historical interest the area has to offer, whilst being away from the hustle and bustle of a City Centre.

Our leisure facilities of indoor swimming pool, fitness centre, 9 hole golf course and the Gallery, offering massage and holistic treatments provide the perfect antidote to a busy day, then enjoy a delicious dinner in Cubros Restaurant, or a more informal meal in Jay's Bar.

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Special Accommodation Offer Available


Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Star
Number of Rooms: 44
Number Ensuite: 44

Price per Room:

Double: From £106
Single: From £75
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Name: Cubros
Cuisine: Modern English
Chef: Andrew Eyles

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Credit Cards Accepted
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Open All Year
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Special Offers

Two Nights Break
Two nights bed and breakfast with a three course dinner on the first night.
Total package cost £199.00 (£49.75 per person per night)
Based on two people sharing an en-suite
Double or Twin room for a minimum of 2 nights. ( no singles available on this offer)

Offers posted Tue 21st Jun 2011

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