Bed and Breakfast in somerset in style
The Cross bed and breakfast in Somerset takes its name from the Market Cross that stands majestically outside the front of this 15th century building in Croscombe.
Throughout its long and colourful history the building has always been a place of refuge, rest and relaxation. Its transformation into a beautiful bed and breakfast was completed in 2014.
The Cross bridges the gap between a small, intimate hotel and a traditional B&B. As owner, I endeavour to harness the best aspects of each; the personal service and local knowledge that you would associate with a well run bed and breakfast and the high quality fixtures and fittings of a first-rate hotel.
Bed and breakfast in SOMERSET – bedrooms
There are five individually designed bedrooms to choose from. All the bedrooms are en-suite and most have king size beds.
Chew is ideal for families. A delightful double room interconnects with a twin room. Both rooms have access to a bathroom. Guests can access the courtyard garden via an external staircase.
If you prefer self-catering to bed and breakfast, then Mells has its own kitchenette, lounge and dining area. The sofa in the lounge converts into a double bed, so this room also makes a great choice for families. Mells is also available as a bed and breakfast in Somerset.
If you would rather discuss your requirements, please call 01749 343352 or complete an Enquiry Form.
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A beautiful building in a great location
The main dining area in this bed and breakfast in Somerset has oak beams, flagstones and an inglenook fireplace. There is also a spacious lounge and delightful courtyard garden to enjoy.
Come and stay at The Cross bed and breakfast in Somerset. It’s the perfect base from which to relax and explore this beautiful county.
The village of Croscombe lies in the heart of Somerset, near to many attractions and places of interest. It is home to an award-winning pub and shop and beautiful medieval church with Jacobean interior.
Family favourites close by include; Cheddar Gorge, Wookey Hole and Longleat Safari and Adventure Park. Shop at Clarks Village and Kilver Court, visit the gallery and multi-purpose arts centre in Bruton or take a short drive to Bath or Bristol. The beautiful Cathedral city of Wells, (England’s smallest city) is only a couple of miles away and there are many National Trust premises nearby.
Come and take a break at this bed and breakfast in Somerset.
Bed and Breakfast IN SOMERSET And Much More!
This former public house is also a great venue for private parties and social gatherings. You can find out more here.
The Cross can also be exclusively hired (either on a bed and breakfast, half board or self-catering basis). It sleeps up to 14 people – ideal for a group get together.
I hope to be able to welcome you to my bed and breakfast in Somerset soon.