The George Inn, Norton St Philip

Norton St Philip, Somerset
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    Type Pub B&B
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    Bedrooms 8
  • £59 - £120 per room per night

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Fourteen minutes from Bath and set in scenery of rolling green Somerset hills, this 700 year old inn has much to delight - Character bedrooms, cosy bars, an ancient galleried courtyard.

The George, a grade one listed building is situated in an idyllic setting with beautiful views. Our garden overlooks the village church against a backdrop of un-spoilt rural scenery. In the adjoining field there is a children’s playground. Norton St Philip village is a real find as it has come through the centuries remarkably undisturbed.

Architecturally, you can see mullion windows, stone-tiled roofs and the local stone facings of the cottages. There are mediaeval buildings and a number of cottages built in 17th and 18th centuries. For explorers the national Trust Village of Lacock and the historic town of Bradford Upon Avon are a short drive away and a visit to the nearby Longleat House, one of the most magnificent stately homes and gardens in Britain together with its safari park, is not to be missed.

The local country side is intersected by footpaths and bridleways which are great for walks and discovering our local wildlife.

The George Inn, a stunning setting and a perfect location for a varied and interesting break. Relax and unwind in one of our Four Poster, Double or Twin bedded rooms and enjoy our renowned breakfasts made with fresh local produce served in our 16th Century beamed dining room. Enjoy the added benefit of free parking, easy access to Bath and surrounding areas and a wealth of beautiful countryside on your doorstep!

Breakfast: A full cooked breakfast is included in your room tariff and for early departures we can provide a continental breakfast basket on request. Breakfast is usually served in the Dining Room. We offer a full traditional English breakfast or a lighter breakfast if preferred. The breakfast times are: Monday to Friday 8.30am - 9.30am | Saturday to Sunday 9.00am - 10.00am

Ratings

  • Visit England 4 Star Inn
National Rating
Visit England
4 * rating
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    Double En-Suite 

    Standard Double
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    Sleeps 2
  • £59 - £120 per room per night

Breakfast: A full cooked breakfast is included in your room tariff and for early departures we can provide a continental breakfast basket on request. Breakfast is usually served in the Dining Room. We offer a full traditional English breakfast or a lighter breakfast if preferred. The breakfast times are: Monday to Friday 8.30am - 9.30am | Saturday to Sunday 9.00am - 10.00am.

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    Superior Double En-Suite 

    Superior Double
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    Sleeps 2
  • £69 - £130 per room per night

Breakfast: A full cooked breakfast is included in your room tariff and for early departures we can provide a continental breakfast basket on request. Breakfast is usually served in the Dining Room. We offer a full traditional English breakfast or a lighter breakfast if preferred. The breakfast times are: Monday to Friday 8.30am - 9.30am | Saturday to Sunday 9.00am - 10.00am  

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    Twin En-Suite 

    Twin
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    Sleeps 2
  • £59 - £125 per room per night

Breakfast: A full cooked breakfast is included in your room tariff and for early departures we can provide a continental breakfast basket on request. Breakfast is usually served in the Dining Room. We offer a full traditional English breakfast or a lighter breakfast if preferred. The breakfast times are: Monday to Friday 8.30am - 9.30am | Saturday to Sunday 9.00am - 10.00am  

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Additional Directions Information

Bath (approx 7 miles)

From Bath follow A36 south towards Warminster for 6 miles and turn left at sign for A366 Norton St Philip. Follow A366 for 1 mile to the village of Norton St Philip. At the crossroads you will find yourself facing the George Inn. Our carpark is to the left ot the building as you face it.


Bath (approx 7 miles)

Regular bus service (Number 267 / 767) from Bath (main bus station near rail) to Norton St Philip. The bus-stop is directly opposite The George.


M4 (approx 12 miles)

Leave the M4 at Junction 18 and follow A46 towards Bath, then follow signs from Bath to A36 South to Warminster. Follow A36 for 6 miles and look out for signpost to A366 Norton St Philip on Right near Woody's Farm-shop. Turn right here and follow A366 for a mile until you reach the village of Norton St Philip. The pub is at the crossroads.


The South - Warminster (approx 9 miles)

Follow the A36 north to Bath. About a mile after the village of Woolverton you will see a turn-off to the left (A366) to Norton St Philip, turn here and you will find The George in the centre of the village at the crossroads.

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