- 10 guest reviews
"We arrived at midnight and were greeted warmly by the owner, Caro. The hall is magnificent and such a refreshing change from the usual facel..."
"Great building and charming hosts. However no tv in room. My routine normally starts with news on for weather etc...... tvs are not just for..."
"Get away from the rat race and travel back in time to this lovely Victorian home set in the middle of the countryside . Clean , friendly and..."
"a unique and relaxing atmosphere friendly and nice gardens..."
"What a gem. This B&B is packed full of atmosphere! Set in beautiful countryside. It was so quite I slept better then I have for years! Very..."
About the hotel
Greenham Hall is a large Victorian family home in a peaceful rural setting. The rooms are spacious, light, comfortable and have lovely views from the windows. Guests are welcome to make use of the guest lounge and the garden.
Situated on the Devon and Somerset border we are close to Exmoor, If you like to visit historic houses and gardens, Cothay Manor and Hestercombe and a variety of national trust properties including Knightshayes Court, Barrington Court,, Killerton, A la Ronde, and Dunster Castle are all in reach. Museum lovers will find Taunton and Tiverton Museums fascinating. West Somerset Steam railway can take you from Bishops Lydard up to the North Coast with stops on the way. Walk or cycle along the Grand Western Canal or go in search of a meal at a country pub.
Showing Friday 9 October 2015 to Saturday 10 October 2015Change Search
- Car parking available onsite
- In room facilities
- Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room , Hairdryer in each room
- Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
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- From 16:00 hours
- Until 10:30 hours
- The price shown is based on the occupancy and dates you have searched for. Prices and availability are subject to change based on the arrival date, number of nights and occupancy searched for. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
- Pets are not allowed
90% would recommend it to a friend
A short but memorable stay
We arrived at midnight and were greeted warmly by the owner, Caro.
The hall is magnificent and such a refreshing change from the usual faceless, characterless and indifferent hotel chains. The room was lovely with a wonderful view (I had to wait until morning to appreciate this) and the bed was very comfortable indeed. I slept like a log. In the morning, we were again greeted warmly and breakfast was served in the beautifully proportioned dining room. The feel is very family and we felt privileged to be staying in such a special, peaceful place. Breakfast was fabulous.
The owner told us some of the history of the hall which was fascinating and we left with a promise that we'll return - a promise we will definitely keep!
Great building and charming hosts.
However no tv in room. My routine normally starts with news on for weather etc...... tvs are not just for staring at old movies.