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All reviewsstayed herethe publocal cidervisiting cheddar gorgefree breakfastroom was clean and comfortablefriendly ownersb bbristol airportlovely breakfasttwo nightsfeel very welcomebed and breakfastshort breakwarm welcomemendipstariff
Warm welcome from the hosts. Clean and tidy room, but in need of a bit of TLC. Lovely fire to sit by and enjoy a drink, food and service excellent, knowledge of local area very good. Shame not better supported by locals.
Very tired interior which needs updating.
If you love extractor fans this is the place for you!
My friend was an extractor fan but now he likes jcbs
Staff seemed ok, but was empty no locals nothing. A lot of bad reviews by locals
Spent 2 nights in room 6 and could not fault it. This is an inn converted from 3 old cottages and is brimming with atmosphere. Remember to duck if you are tall - the ceilings are low! Wide range of beers and ciders, and a...More
A very old pub on the Mendips, with fair reviews and "management pictures" so I decided to stay. A bit steep, at £70 B&B but it sounded ok. First impressions pretty poor from the outside, car park at the back with grim looking doorway into...More
Was very lucky to get booked into this lovely Inn. It is in an ideal position, only 2.8 miles, straight road, to Cheddar. The Penscot has two lovely bars one with the tv for all the sports, a lovely dinning room. We were booked in...More