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Reviews - The Greyhound Inn

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Staple Fitzpaine, Taunton, TA3 5SP
A 16th century Coaching Inn nestled under the Blackdown Hills,an area of outstanding natural beauty,offering a superb rural setting,yet centrally located just 4 miles south of Taunton and the M5 and within easy reach of both the north and south coasts of Somerset and Devon.
Interconecting flagstone bars with open fires offer a warm welcome and a perfect setting to enjoy our award winning ales.
The use of fresh local produce which is in abundance comes together to form our seasonal menu that echos the individuality of the inn.
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Overall score Guest rating scores since September 2012 Customer recommendation
Guest Reviews Based on 23 reviews
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97% recommended this accommodation to a friend 97% would stay again
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things that go bump in the night
All in all the experience at the greyhound was V Good and I had no problems with our stay, the location was good and the walk we had on Sunday morning was beautiful with the sound of the church bells ringing in our ears, we stayed in room 3 above the bar and no noise was incurred from the drinkers, my only comment is don’t read the room information pack before retiring, as to be told that the place is haunted by a male ghost who visit’s and to be told bedroom 3 especially is not what you want to hear ,so having read that piece of information I had a restless night dreaming about ghosts and other such hallucinating dreams, never the less I would go again but staying at room 1 or 2 will be my preference ,happy ghost busting.

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Ronald C

From London, England
Who stayed in October 2012

Couple

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One night bike stand
Arrived on motorbike in the dark. Instant attention on entry - wondered if was because I looked untidy in bike gear? Probably not cos good service throughout. Nice room. Good dinner. Slept well. They gave me breakfast at 0800 on Sunday as I wanted to get on my way early ( normal Sunday breakfast from 0830). Nicely cooked breakfast on warm plate. The Greyhound is more of a restaurant really - the bar is relatively small and had only 2 customers when I was there. But still would be comfortable if you wanted to go there for a few beers. Staff / landlord / landlady attentive but not intrusive. If you need to use mobile phone go to top end of car park. My 1 night stay including dinner (2 courses and coffee) and bottle of Rioja cost £100. Not cheap but have paid much more for much less. Recommended.

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Harry G

From Orpington, UK
Who stayed in October 2012

Travelling alone

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Great country inn with lovely food

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Ruth G

From Ashby De La Zouch, England
Who stayed in September 2012

Couple

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