the old Masonic Lodge.b & b, Shepton Mallet

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the old Masonic Lodge. 7 Draycott Road. Shepton Mallet somerset ba4 5hp
Phone: 07793 561409, or 07793 561262
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Type of Accommodation B&B
Rating 9 out of 10
Directions - Nearest Town Shepton Mallet
Directions 7 Draycott Road. Shepton Mallet
Tariff - 2 people in 1 room £40 - £65 (GBP)
Tariff - 1 person £27 - £55 (GBP)
Breakfast Continental provisions, Coffee
Payments Checks, Paypal, Bank Transfer
Beds 1 King/Twin , 2 Double , 2 Single , Total 5 bedrooms , Total 7 guests
Bathrooms 2 Share
Facilities and Features Historic, Gay friendly, Handi, Kitchen, Refrigerator in Common Area, Cable, Wireless Internet, Internet Details
Discounts Discount Multi Nights Stay
Pets/Children Children welcome
 

Travelling on a budget , enjoy a warm and friendly welcome in our grade 2 listed Lodge.Steeped in history, once a mill, then home to an order of nuns, and later on a Masonic lodge.Enjoy the freedom of the guest kitchen for your convenience. Free WiFi

Interesting places to visit in and around Shepton Mallet

Cheddar Gorge is one of the natural wonders of Britain with its stunning views and show caves. It makes a fun day out for all the family

Steamed up, take a visit to the East Somerset Railway, explore the carriage sheds and have a ride on this lovely little preserved railway
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Why not visit one of the many events taking place at the Royal Bath and West Showground

Longleat house (the home of Lord Bath)
Longleat offers a fantastic day out for the whole family with riverboat rides, a tour of the safari park visit to the house, and many other attractions including the world-famous Longleat maize (if you've got plenty of time on your hands). I still get lost every time I venture in

Tyntesfield
A spectacular Gothic revival house, created by William Gibbs, who built his fortune on fertiliser.Spiralling turrets and pinnacles, ornate stone carvings and church-like windows, giving the feel of a mysterious, fairytale mansion. With terraced lawns and sprawling parkland. It makes a wonderful setting for a picnic, one of the National trust's finest properties. I find myself drawn back again and again

Guest Reviews

the old Masonic Lodge.b & b 9 10 1
  Rating Date Reviewed
Ellie.F
We had an excellent stay, the bedroom was spotless, as was the bathroom. Lovely self service kitchen and the owners were even kind enough to invite me and my partner to the local pub for the evening. Great location for taking in the country-side and also for sightseeing. Sadly we had a short time to visit, Hopefully we can come back soon.

9.0 10

May 2013