Bed & Breakfast
2 Rms, 4 Guests
Bed & Breakfast
A Luxury Georgian Bed & Breakfast At The Heart of North Curry
Just 10 minutes drive from junction 25 on the M5 motorway and surrounded by the Somerset Levels, Whatley House Bed & Breakfast dominates the centre of a quintessentially English village, North Curry. Set within Italianate walled gardens including an outdoor heated pool our luxury grade II-listed Georgian home provides a great location from which to explore the South West. Stay with us and enjoy the splendour and luxury of our North Curry Bed and Breakfast with all the modern amenities we expect in life.
The Heron Room
A light spacious and airy room overlooking Queen Square with a king size bed and en-suite wet room.
The Swift Room
A rich and sumptuous large room overlooking Queen Square with a king size 4 poster bed and an en-suite bathroom.
This is a finely decorated house – clean, spacious fantastic rooms with romantic four-poster beds and comfortable bathrooms. All amenities are carefully thought of and the service is good. The presence of a swimming pool relieves the stress of summer heat. The ambience is friendly yet luxurious. In the environs, the village hosts a nearby pub and an old serene church. Also, the local train station can be reached within a ten-minute drive. The house is highly recommended.
What you Get
Amenities & Travel Guide
Tea & Coffee
A short 3 minute walk brings you to the church of St. Peter and St. Paul. Known as the Cathedral of the Moors, it stands above the beautiful Somerset Levels and is well worth a visit. We are a step away from The Bird In Hand, a traditional pub serving great ales and delicious food. The Coffee Shop is just around the corner. Its homemade soups, light bites and art displays make it very popular with locals and visitors alike. 2 miles down the road Stoke St. Gregory is noted for its Willows and Wetlands Centre.
Pubs & Restaurants
Nestled in the heart of North Curry and a 2-minute walk from Whatley House sits the Bird in Hand. The Bird is a popular traditional British pub, with low beamed ceilings an open fireplace and a warm, friendly atmosphere serving great food and local beers. A little further afield is The Rising Sun at Knapp, The Fire House at Curry Rivel, The Far Canal at Wrantage or The Langford at Five-Head. Alternatively, a short drive into Taunton opens up a plethora of dining options.
We are in easy reach of the M5 the A303 and the A30. This means Exmoor is only an hour away as is Lyme Regis and the Jurassic coast. Many other attractions are a short drive including the famous Dunster Castle, Longleat Safari Park, Wookey Hole, Cheddar Gorge & Caves, Glastonbury Abbey and Tor, Stourhead, Muchelney Abbey and the Fleet Air Arm Museum. If sport is more your thing take in a test match at Somerset County Cricket Club.
There’s so much going on in Somerset at all times of the year. Whether you wish to visit the Jurassic coast or take a trip onto Exmoor we are only an hour away. Taunton Brewhouse Theatre has new productions weekly and we are lucky to have Taunton County Cricket Club and Racecourse less than 30 minutes away. There are many historic towns nearby too. visitsomerset.co.uk offers great advice on what to see and do across the County.
Bath: A UNESCO World Heritage City explore Bath’s remarkable history, architecture, museums, galleries, year-round festivals, theatre, music and sports.
Bristol: A vibrant city founded on trade it has become a hotbed of artists and activists. Walk the streets and explore its magnificence.
Wells: The smallest city in England is blessed with one of the most stunning Cathedrals dating back to the 13th Century. Stop for the afternoon and watch the world go by.
Glastonbury: The Tor, the Abbey and the myths and legends about King Arthur mark Glastonbury as a special place indeed. At the height of its spiritual fame, mediaeval Glastonbury was second only to Rome and given the title Roma Secunda (the Second Rome).
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Whatley House Bed & Breakfast Georgian splendour mixed with modern luxury