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Properties that are inspected by The AA, Quality in Tourism, Wolsey Lodges or Alistair Sawday are organised into three zonal categories, according to their proximity to Castle Cary:
Within 1 mile of the Town Centre; 2. Within 2 miles;3.Further away.
Properties that are not inspected are listed in alphabetical order below the inspected properties; they may have Public Liability Insurance/Fire Risk Assessment but you are advised to check on booking. Please use the contacts given to get up to date rates and further details.
Please note that this information has been supplied by the accommodation providers. Castle Cary Town Council takes no responsibility for its accuracy, nor for keeping it up to date, nor for the quality of the accommodation offered.
Homely touches and peacefulness with long views; dogs welcome; 1 double E/S; 1 twin private bathroom; £85 per room, £70 single occupancy.
A Victorian Town house close to the centre of Castle Cary, with a self contained flat at the top of the house with 2 luxury double bedrooms, large bathroom and sole use of sitting room. Access from garden to fields and beautiful walks. Free WiFi, tea and coffee, and a delicious breakfast provided with all food locally sourced. £95 per room per night.
Beautiful Arts & Crafts house, a short stroll from the centre of Castle Cary. We have two connecting double rooms for B&B. The rooms overlook our peaceful gardens. On Friday and Saturday nights, Brookfield’s dining room becomes the popular Levant restaurant. Guests staying receive a 10 per cent discount in the restaurant.
More details available at http://levantcatering.com/stay-with-us/
3 ensuite rooms; £105 per room per night.
The elegance of Georgian England with the comfort of a contemporary setting: On site parking: Free WiFi
Ellesmere is a Home From Home B&B in the heart of Castle Cary. It is somewhere to feel totally relaxed as if you are in your own house. We do sumptuous breakfasts including home-made granola and muesli. We also serve a full array of other cereals, delicious yoghurt, home-made jams and local bread. We serve kitchen suppers on request. Good, home-cooked, locally sourced food is our priority. The house is a beautifully elegant, three-floored, double-fronted Victorian property with a lovely interior.
A lovely and popular Home From Home style B&B
15th-century hotel and pub with two bar areas and restaurant, 17 en suite bedrooms and 5 courtyard bedrooms. From £70 per night.
Bungalow offering 1 twin-bedded room with private facilities, tea and coffee available, sole use of sitting room with TV. Contact Ms Janet Laurence.
Lark Hill provides a charming bedroom and bathroom with its own sitting room, situated in a quiet rural setting. £80-90 per night.
4 miles from Castle Cary. Assistance dogs welcome; French spoken; 2 rooms; £90 per room; £50 single occupancy.
Twin bedroom with ensuite bathroom. No animals, no smokers. Contact Mrs Susan Fone.
One double, one twin; shared bath/shower room. Mr Chris & Mrs Prue Banbury. Free Wi-Fi; Secure parking; £90 per room per night.
One double, one twin, one single; all ensuite; open views; Double/twin from £75/80 per night; single from £50 per night.
1 en-suite double or twin. Sitting room available, friendly family house. £80 per night. Contact Mrs Diana Hoare.
Off road parking. Use of the Spa facilities for all Hotel guests; from £75 pppn
1 king-size en-suite, 1 double with adjoining bathroom for sole use of guests. Contact Mrs Sally Lancaster by phone.
Stone-built cottage situated in quiet, picturesque countryside. No dogs in the house, no children under 14. Two double, one twin. £85-90 per room; single occupancy £65 pn.
Double bedroom with sitting room and bathroom; double occupancy from £80 per night; single occupancy from £70 per night.
Off road parking. Converted old Mews; five bedrooms, double and twin; double/twin room £90pn; family suite £120pn; single £65pn. B&B.
This award-winning, 17th century thatched pub and restaurant is set in the heart of this idyllic Somerset village, open every day of the year and oozing charm with traditional flagstone floors, exposed beams, open fires, cosy nooks and crannies and pretty garden. We offer everything from great local ales, inspiring à la carte menu, hearty Sunday lunch and outdoor wood-fired pizzas to individually planned weddings for up to 120 people.
We are conveniently situated in a rural and peaceful location, just a few minutes north of Podimore roundabout on the A303 in Somerset, off the A37. Accessible down a winding country lane, you will stumble across us, past the village Church, open fields and a handful of stone cottages.
We are very much a locals’ pub, welcoming familiar faces into our rural watering hole to sit, chat, eat and drink in these beautiful surroundings. Equally we love to see new faces who might be visiting this beautiful county – looking for their own ‘escape to the country’. The Red Lion is an ideal stopover point for lunch or an overnight stay on the way to Devon and Cornwall or back to London and the home counties.
Beautiful thatched inn 10 minutes from Castle Cary. 6 ensuite rooms, and delicious food !