- Very Good
- 12 guest reviews
"A nice place in a nice village with all amenities close by. Interesting museum as well. Minor thing to be aware of is that the access to roo..."
"Room very small and on ground floor looking out at wall, OK as business trip but would not have wanted to spend longer than necessary in it...."
"This b&b is quaint but not weirdly so. If you like something remarkable then this is for you. Notable touches - Fresh mild provided on a dai..."
"Amazing to walk through the shop and see all the incredible things they sell there. Room was very comfortable and place was small and comfy...."
"Overall a pleasant stay. I was staying in a single room as arranged but was a bit disappointed with the size of the room, just enough room r..."
About the hotel
Montacute Country Tearooms is a listed Georgian Property situated in the centre of the quiet picturesque village of Montacute, yet only a few minutes drive away from the amenities and businesses in Yeovil and the main A303 trunk road. This period property combines character with modern facilities including power showers and free wi-fi in a relaxed atmosphere. The village is surrounded by lovely countryside Ideal for walking and cycling.
Its Residents live the longest in the country! All the bedrooms are decorated in a co-ordinated neutral décor and equipped with tea/coffee making facilities, clock alarms, hairdryers and flat screen TV’s with freeview and a DVD player. The en-suite bedrooms are situated to the rear garden side looking towards the trees of Montacute Park (National Trust). The en-suites have power showers, w. c. ’s and wash basins. Breakfast is served in the tearooms, in the summer in our delightful conservatory. Choice of breakfast comprises fruit juice, fresh fruit, prunes, yoghurts, cereals, cooked items including traditional English breakfast and toast with preserves and honey. We serve lunches in the summer in the tearooms & garden. Packed lunches also available. Being connected to the well-known TV Radio Toy Museum, the tearooms are uniquely decorated with pictures and nostalgic items that will bring back memories of your favourite TV programmes. Two inns in the village provide evening meals. There are delightful walks some through National Trust grounds and woods and the adjacent Ham Hill National Park. We are also on the South Somerset cycle route. Several National Trust properties and gardens are close by including Montacute House in the village. The house and village were used in the filming of Jane Austen’s ‘Sense' & Sensibility’ and 'Wolf Hall'. Fleet Air Arm Museum and Haynes Motor Museum are close by. There are a number of golf coursecourses in the area and horse racing at Wincanton, the beaches of the Jurassic coast are only 45 mins away
Showing Saturday 6 February 2016 to Sunday 7 February 2016Change Search
- Car Parking Available Offsite
- Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
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- From 14:00 hours
- Until 10:00 hours
- Pets are not allowed
92% would recommend it to a friend
A nice place in a nice village with all amenities close by.
Interesting museum as well. Minor thing to be aware of is that the access to rooms is via a pretty steep set of stairs. OK for most people but not for those of limited mobility. Great host and would stay again.
Very small single room with dated bed linen and pillows
Room very small and on ground floor looking out at wall, OK as business trip but would not have wanted to spend longer than necessary in it.
However had everything required amazingly fitted into small space including an excellent shower (when the boiler worked!). Toilet shared with tea room. Pleasant and friendly staff who left café conservatory open for me to have my coffee outside after work.