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The George at Nunney
Nunney
Somerset

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Explore Bath and the West Country from The George at Nunney, a 17th century coaching inn with bar, restaurant and B&B hotel facilities facing the romantic ruin of the 14th century Nunney Castle.

Enjoy drinks by an open fire before a gastronomic 3-course dinner in our restaurant or sample our bar menu of salads and other hot and cold options. Head chef Wayne Carnegie and his team focus on seasonal, often locally sourced ingredients. Excellent vegetarian menu options are also available.

The bar, lounge and restaurant areas are recently refurbished and are light and airy with great character: exposed beams, open fireplaces, bread oven. The beautiful walled garden is a haven for those looking for a cold pint in the sunshine.

The George at Nunney has nine guest rooms, including two romantic four-poster bedrooms. The inn operates a non-smoking policy throughout, including the garden. Dog-friendly. Two private car parks.

With Bath, Longleat Safari Park, Shaftesbury, Stonehenge, Salisbury, Cheddar Gorge, Wells, Frome, Bristol and many other attractions all within an easy hour's drive, The George at Nunney is the ideal location for exploring the West Country.

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Ratings/Awards: 3 star accommodation, 4 star food (VisitBritain 2008)
Number of Rooms: 9
Number Ensuite: 9

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