- Very Good
- 19 guest reviews
"Having made a mistake about the type of room I needed, the difficulty was somehow miraculously corrected with very little fuss. Derick Greig..."
"The hotel was lovely with the exception of a very hard bed...."
"Rooms were clean and generally good. The shower was lovely although it didn't get very hot. The duvet was a little on the thin side and a bi..."
"Wow, what an excellent find. This place is off the beaten track, but more than worth it. The welcome from the very professional staff, the q..."
"Hotel was excellent - everything was first class. The only down side really is the location. But, of course, if it was nearer or in the tow..."
About the hotel
Nestling in the heart of Somerset, one of the UK’s most beautiful counties, Crossways offers great food and superb accommodation. We are an AA-rated 4-star Inn and our bar and restaurant is open to non-residents. So whether you are looking for an overnight stay in Somerset or need a week or more of rest and relaxation Crossways offers you the perfect location for visiting the county’s most popular attractions.
AA 4-star rated and an AA Rosette awarded restaurant We are proud of our AA rating - only 10% of restaurants in the UK have been awarded rosettes! Our resident head chef Nick Cooper is passionate about using the freshest, locally sourced ingredients from across Somerset to create a range of contemporary and classic dishes so you can be sure of a superb meal. Great food, coupled with impressive accommodation and fantastic views across the Somerset hills makes Crossways a stylish place to relax and explore Somerset.
- Wedding Licence , Public Air Conditioning
- Parking (charges may apply)
- Car parking available onsite
- Meeting Facilities , Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
- Restaurant , Bar
- In room facilities
- Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room , Hairdryer in each room
- Family friendly
- Interconnecting rooms available
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- From 14:00 hours
- Until 10:00 hours
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- Pets are not allowed
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89% would recommend it to a friend
Excellent, efficient service but flexible and friendly too.
Having made a mistake about the type of room I needed, the difficulty was somehow miraculously corrected with very little fuss.
Derick Greig the manager, Dumitru, Simon, Elena, Sarah and others all make a fine team. I like the new decor too.
Only suggestion… a lift!
Avoid this mediocre inn with lack lustre management
Faulty towers without the comedy.
The building is very nice, the location beautiful and when the manager is replaced and a professional manager who values and trains the very nice staff that work here in providing quality service, this will be a good inn to stay at. Until then..... Was very nice getting dressed and driving to the 24 hour Tesco in Glastonbury on Saturday night, about 10:10pm, to pick up a sandwich as the evening staff at this four inn were unable to make something at this late hour.
The morning breakfast was highlight. I've used the fruit salad recipe at home and it's gone down a treat - chopped apple and pineapple smothered in value orange juice. But do get down early because once it's gone, they won't replenish it. Baked beans are best served when left to cook in the pan all morning and wow, a limp slug of mushroom slinking seductively over two half tomatoes. Non resident's have to pay £12.50, but we were lucky to have it included.
The most interesting part of the breakfast experience is staff not presuming they know what you need in advance. Eat with fingers or ask for a spoon. Don't get bored by asking for tea once, enjoy reminding staff a couple of times, wets the appetite. Toast/bread is delivered un-conventially half way through the breakfast, which is a nice twist.
Now the manager, is quite something. A strong believer in the early riser catches the worm, his recent appointment to the hotel last November has completely transformed this inn from something that was probably very good into, well farcical inn keeping. He is very happy with what he sees and feels everything is great. It's good practice keeping a place clean by squirting cleaning products on tables near to you while eating or having a drink. Everybody at his inn has a great time and nobody is dissatisfied. Although other guests have looks of displeasure and frustration, the manager has these amazing glasses, not available on Amazon, that turns negatives into positives.
It's not problem for a couple to be put into a room adjoining a very busy family room and not in another part of the inn. It's always nice to change rooms when you start the holiday. Still the second room was cosy. I can only recommend that if you are looking for a break, a trip away, you completely and totally avoid this.