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A follow-up to last year, to find that standards have been maintained. Food excellent, promptly served by caring staff, nothing too much bother. Always a smile with service. Definitely value for money, will be returning next year if available.
A relative's child had her birthday party here and the Castle managed to cater for fifty small children. Encouragingly, they were given healthy slices of melon and strawberries along with the inevitable crisps and sweets which youngsters love. The building is set in beautiful countryside...More
Lovely views from the terrace, across the Winscombe valley and the Mendip hills can be enjoyed. Whilst having afternoon tea or coffee. Sometimes the peacocks parade on the lawns and terrace to entertain you as well.
Worth a visit.
We visited with my rather crazy family and friends. The castle is beautiful and the views are stunning. We opted to sit on the terrace in the sunshine and it's lovely outside but unfortunately my son snapped a bench that was very rotten and needed...More
We were looking for a special venue to celebrate an anniversary, however our experience was not good. We were greeted in the hallway in by a friendly man and ordered two cream teas. We made our way through the dingy dining room into a rather...More
Response from LoverOfLight | Reviewed this property |
There is plenty of parking. There was a wedding going on when we stayed there and the main car park was full. However, there is an overspill car park to the right of the castle (grass not gravel) and there is plenty of... More
There is plenty of parking. There was a wedding going on when we stayed there and the main car park was full. However, there is an overspill car park to the right of the castle (grass not gravel) and there is plenty of parking there.
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