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Hotels in Taunton

Castle Hotel
Castle Green
Taunton
Somerset

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The Castle, one of Britain's most famous and historic hotels lies in the centre of Taunton - the heart of Somerset.

The luxurious Castle Hotel offers award winning food and first class hospitality in truly beautiful surroundings, and is the perfect base for exploring the magnificent sea and landscapes that surround. Within close proximity you'll find numerous homes and gardens - Hestercombe, Cothay, Barrington Court, Dunster Castle and East Lambrook to name a few, the Somerset Levels, the Quantock, Blackdown and Mendip Hills, the West Somerset Railway (Britain's longest preserved railway at 22 miles) and of course the magnificent west country coast line.

At the Castle you can be assured of only the very best.

Run by the Chapman family for 60 years, the Castle has in its time won a host of awards including 4 stars (gold award), Top 30 in the UK (Good Food Guide 2008) and the coveted Michelin star. For a fun and vibrant atmosphere try BRAZZ, the hotel's adjoining brasserie.

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Ratings/Awards: 4 Stars (Gold Award)
Top 30 in UK (Good Food Guide 2008)
"Best Breakfast in England" HGCA
Tatler's "Best Out of London" 2002
Number of Rooms: 44
Number Ensuite: 44

Price per Person

Price Includes: English Breakfast
Double: £190
Twin: £190
Single: £130
Suite: £290
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Restaurant

Name: BRAZZ
Cuisine: Traditional English with a modern twist
Chef: Jamie Raftery
Awards: 3 AA Rosettes
Tatler\'s \"Best Out of London\" 2002

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