Our cosy superior en-suite rooms offer larger rooms allowing you to sit back and relax, with a larger bed with crisp white linen and duvets, tea and coffee making facilities, LED TV's and complimentary WiFi.
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Type Pub B&B
From £30 per room per night
This beautiful old manor house has 42 en-suite rooms, including feature bedrooms, half in the main house, the others in the old stables
The 18th century Manor Hotel is in the centre of Yeovil. Totally refurbished in autumn 2011. The building is full of character and has a large conservatory overlooking a secluded garden. This beautiful old manor house has 42 en-suite rooms, including feature bedrooms, half in the main house, the others in the old stables. The Manor also has a large function room, perfect for weddings and special occasions. Enjoy our delicious menu that includes a selection of traditional favourites, complemented by a fine wine list and cask-conditioned real ales.
Please note that the prices listed are guide rates only and are subject to change.
Comfy double en-suite rooms with crisp white linen and duvet, tea and coffee making facilities and complimentary WiFi.
Comfy twin en-suite rooms with crisp white linen and duvet, tea and coffee making facilities and complimentary WiFi.
Additional Directions Information
Exit the M5 at J25 and follow the A358 to the A303. Follow signs to Yeovil. Turn right at the first roundabout, go straight across the second, go through three sets of lights, go straight across the next roundabout then left at the middle roundabout. The Manor Hotel is 500 yards on the left.
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