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87% would recommend it to a friend
Great place to stay
A quiet room, with great service.
I booked the room for a trip and last minute had a colleague need to come along.
Unfortunately there was no twin rooms, however the owner provided a separate bed we could use which was great.
The room itself was a decent size, had basic amenities. There was tea and coffee making facilities however a glass for a drink of water would of been appreciated. The bathroom was very small, and using the toilet you almost had to try and push the sink out of the way.
We stayed on a Friday night, and as there is a bar downstairs there was a bit of noise coming from there, however it wasn't overly loud, and stopped at a reasonable hour. We did have an issue with our shower not working in the morning, but the owner allowed us to use a room across the hallway instead. The breakfast was brilliant home cooked food, the owner was very attentive and provided everything we could of asked for. All in all it was worth the trip and I would recommend staying here if you are looking for a short one or two night break.
Pub could be a gem, but not open when we arrived at 5pm and phone not being answered; so we almost booked in elsewhere.
Room clean and reasonably comfortable. Ensuite minuscule but adequate for one night. Chef did leave us a salad for when we got back from concert but pub almost empty on a Sat evening.
A Near Disaster
Inn has limited opening hours and is unattended at night..
We were not warned by Late Rooms and nearly had to find alternative accommodation when we arrived to deserted premises. Very steep narrow outdoor stone steps to the rooms - we consider dangerous and impossible for the less nimble or nervous guest. Poor room plumbing, water leaks, faulty shower and basin. Room was not serviced at all during our stay. Breakfast and evening meal excellent.
Warm welcome although after 9pm, clean spacious accommodation and scrummy breakfast - perfect overnight stay
A nice Bed and breakfast in a lovely countryside!!!
Nice friendly place ,
A nice quiet friendly inn.
The radstock inn was a clean, quiet, friendly place to stay.
The bar offered lovely local beers. On the whole a very enjoyable stay and good value for money.
An unexpected pleasure.
We ended up at The Faulkland at the last minute and we're delighted to say we did.
It was only a spit and a jump from Bath and Glastonbury which we visited and I'm glad to say preferable to staying in either. It was a welcoming, clean and comfortable inn. Had a great rib eye and tip top beer and cider. The village itself is lovely and well worth a look round.
Very good .
Let down by small things . No chairs but this was rectified by the helpful friendly staff immediately . The Table lamp had no socket to plug into. I was unaware of the outside steps to the room , quite steep and that our room was next to the main A road . Food was good , My wife and I like a latish breakfast so were happy . Being a PUB nice to have a drink at the bar before bedtime . Easy to find