- 51 guest reviews
"This was an overnight stay on route to Cornwall which was chosen due to it being close to the M5. I suppose for an overnight stay it was a l..."
"Good, clean, newly fitted room and excellent breakfast. Personally not keen on tiny washbasins in the bathroom, which seems to be a trend th..."
"Stop off on route to Cornwall was a lovely pub with good food and real ale. Reasonably priced and a lovely atmosphere. Good start to our hol..."
"We have stayed before and as always it does not disappoint. The rooms are very nice with comfortable large beds and wonderful shower rooms w..."
"Lovely room with a great ensuite, the shower was perfect. All the staff were friendly, chatty and helpful. The pub itself was very busy lots..."
About the hotel
The Crossways Inn is situated in the village of West Huntspill in the heart of historic Somerset yet conveniently located on the A38 only 10 mins away from the M5 motorway. We are perfectly placed for those wishing to explore the breathtaking beauty of the Somerset Levels. A prominent feature of the area is the Huntspill Nature Reserve.
Spanning the length of the Huntspill River, the reserve is a notable haven for various and sometimes rare species of birds, fish and insects. We are also only a couple of miles from the seaside resort of Burnham on Sea and within an easy distance of Taunton, Weston super Mare, Cheddar, Wells and Bath.
- Car parking available onsite
- Restaurant , Bar
- Childrens Facilities - Indoor , Lift to all floors
- Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
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- From 16:00 hours
- Until 10:30 hours
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- Pets are not allowed
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100% would recommend it to a friend
This was an overnight stay on route to Cornwall which was chosen due to it being close to the M5.
I suppose for an overnight stay it was a little more than I would normally/have preferred to pay but the room was nicely decorated and clean. Personally, I would probably find it a little small if I was to stay for several nights but that is more to do with me liking space. Although the accommodation is attached to the pub, I did not hear any noise from the bar and the bed was very comfy so I had a good night's sleep. Lovely breakfast in the morning to see me on my way to Cornwall.
Good room, confusing service arrangements
Good, clean, newly fitted room and excellent breakfast.
Personally not keen on tiny washbasins in the bathroom, which seems to be a trend these days, but that's just my preference. The only real niggle was that we were not told that the B&B operates as a separate business to the pub. When I wanted a bit more milk for a cup of tea in the evening, I asked in the pub downstairs but was politely refused - "nothing to do with us" they said. As we'd eaten in the pub that evening I found that particularly annoying. The real problem is, if you are short of anything, the people in the pub don't want to know and there isn't any obvious way to contact anyone who is running the B&B business, and that should be remedied. Subject to that, I'd happily stay again.